Closer Look: Le Sirenuse in Surfside

Closer Look: Le Sirenuse in Surfside

The decadence at Le Sirenuse is in the presentation. Such elegance befits the Surf Club, which is among South Florida’s most iconic beachside properties. The kitchen is overseen by Jose Gamez, previously a top lieutenant for the Brickell Four Seasons’ Aaron Brooks, and Antonio Mermolia, a chef from the Southern Italian region of Calabria. They use a modest pantry of ingredients to produce simple Mediterranean plates with elegant touches and clever execution.

Photography by CandaceWest.com


The decadence at Le Sirenuse is in the presentation. Such elegance befits the Surf Club, which is among South Florida’s most iconic beachside properties. The kitchen is overseen by Jose Gamez, previously a top lieutenant for the Brickell Four Seasons’ Aaron Brooks, and Antonio Mermolia, a chef from the Southern Italian region of Calabria. They use a modest pantry of ingredients to produce simple Mediterranean plates with elegant touches and clever execution.

Photography by CandaceWest.com
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