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We have been to Le Sorelle many times, but in last week we have been here 2x and going back in a few days again. During Covid, the owners designed the outdoor for seating safely and beautiful atmosphere. The food and service is better than...ever. Anna and Luisa go out of their way! Took "Grandpa" there to celebrate his 88th Birthday! The pizza, pasta, veal chop parm, truffle fettucine, salad with burrata, tiramisu...just outstanding. Grazie!!!! Buon Natale Sorellas!More
Absolutely amazing food in a relaxed Casual atmosphere. The salt baked branzini (fish) melts in your mouth bursting with flavor. Comes to your table in flames. Myst order just for the presentation. The Caprese salad is super as the mozzarella is the freshest I have...ever tasted. Better than in Italy. If you are hungry for pizza they have a stone oven right there. You can watch the chef prepare. Spectacular wine list! Great bartender. Staff is attentive warm and friendly. Best Italian restaurant ever!More
Best Authentic Italian in Boca. This is a rare gem, a neighborhood favorite. True authentic Italian food with chef and owners all straight off the boat. Pizza wood oven Italian style. Fresh pasta and Branzino are all great. Veal parmigiana etc. You can’t make a...mistake here.
Excellent food and wines.
Excellent espresso and tiramisu. Enjoy!More
What can we say! In these time of pandemic, I feel for this wonderful restaurant.we were celebrating our 39th anniversary and felt like we had reserved the restaurant just for us! The food was great, but even more was the service, the family ambiance and...the sense that they knew us forever. They took time to celebrate with us, like king and queen. It is hard when away from family, but they treated us like friends and family. Tje nice lady sat down and took time to know us and exchange life experience. The waiters, singer, all were perfect. Thank you for this beautiful evening
The St LaurentMore
We have visited twice— once for lunch once for dinner. For lunch we had a Caesar salad and a four-cheese pizza. Croutons are made in house as are all the dishes. Brick oven imported from Naples Italy. The pizza was superb. Served piping hot and...baked perfectly. Exceptional dough, unlike any I have had.
For dinner the lasagna was very very good. The owner is very personable. One cannot go wrong here. Parking just outside. Great place.More
Our girls lax team had dinner here and had the absolute best time! The food was some of the best Italian food I have ever had. The Bronzino came out flaming on a salt plate and tasted like it was swimming that morning. Amazing. We...are still talking about the Burrata appetizer, and the pizza was delicious. Service could not have been better for all 24 0f us, and a special shout out to the lounge singer who made the night for us! Cannot say enough about this place.More
We were a little concerned about "pushy" waiter, based on a prior review. But, the waiter simply suggests more expensive things, I.e. Wine, and you tell him No!
Our dinner was excellent.....the fried calamari with fried zucchini and carrots were fabulous. My husband started with...a pizza and he loved it. I ordered risotto pescatore which was excellent and he had fettuccine carbonara which was excellent. Can't wait to return,. We are both Italian and from New York and this food and the owner, Anna, were top of the line!More
Heard some really good things about this restaurant. I’m being kind with this rating as I gave it a third star because of the staff. Had a luke warm pizza but had it been hot it would have been above average. The seafood salad was...ordinary and lacking in flavor. The worst part , however, was the pasta caccio e pepe. It was served from a pecorino wheel. The pasta was gummy and room temperature. For $35 you’d expect a pasta that was above average, it was below.More