Review: A Family Affair at Le Sorelle

The Sun-Sentinel reviews a family-run Italian restaurant in Boca
Le Sorelle

Claire Perez

Sbriciolata di millefoglie alla crema Chantilly, puff pastry topped with sweet whipped cream, chocolate and strawberry sauces at Le Sorelle Restaurant in Boca Raton.

A sign that hangs on the wall between the bar and the kitchen at Le Sorelle reads, “Some call it chaos, we call it family,” and that pretty much sums up this family business. “Le Sorelle” [which means sisters] references the three sisters who own and operate the Italian restaurant, pizzeria and wine bar.

On any given night you will see Anna, Luisa and Candida Mazzella fully engaged in the dining room taking orders and conversing with diners like old friends. Depending on the evening, family patriarch Salvatore Mazzella joins in the festivities. When business levels dictate, brother Mauro or any one of the sisters’ husbands are just a phone call away to pitch in and help. “Because that’s what families do, we are always there for each other,” explained Candida.

 

Find out what sets this SoFla restaurant apart at the Sun-Sentinel.

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