The Lemon Soufllé

Our historical recipe is the Lemon Soufflé with local lemons from Amalfi, a specialty of mum Anna and now dedicated to the Italian Nobel Prize for Literature in 1959, Salvatore Quasimodo.

He was a friend of my father and his face was always very enlighten when he saw the “Sun in the dish”, as he used to call the Soufflé.

Many times he suggested my father to call this dessert in that way.

Today, we are very proud to be one of few restaurants in the world to serve a dessert with a recipe dedicated to a Noble-prized person.

The Story of Soufflé

You might also like