Sapore di Malfy at Síso.

Sìso is transporting us to the Amalfi Coast with this convivial, month-long pop-up 

The Amalfi Coast’s beauty is found in its breathtaking surroundings and delectable Mediterranean cuisine, and beloved Remuera establishment Síso is replicating this very essence with its upcoming ‘Sapore di Malfy’ series.

From the 8th of March to the 12th of April, Sìso’s Sapore di Malfy menu will offer a raft of exquisite bites and thirst-quenching cocktails. Each beverage will incorporate one of the four Malfy Gin varietals, from ‘The Santorini Sunset’, a zesty and vibrant infusion of Malfy Con Arancia, Aperol, Liqueur Farigoule, lemon and egg whites, to ‘Under The Tuscan Sun’, a rich, fruity concoction of Malfy Con Limone, Crème de Mure, lemon, raspberry and Deutz Rosé.

From left: Under the Tuscan Sun, Mediterranean G&T and Santorini Sunset cocktails, Malfy Mezze.

We suggest you savour these sophisticated beverages with the flavoursome Saporo di Malfy offering, which includes succulent Bluff oysters and a lavish Malfy Mezze. A fresh feast for two, the latter is a delectable platter that includes stone-baked sourdough flatbread with nduja butter, market fish crudo with heirloom tomatoes and shaved stone fruits, marinated Lebanese cucumber with buttermilk curds and lemon za’atar, and smoked prosciutto with burrata.

From left: Malfy Gin Rosa, Malfy Amore Mio cocktail.

A lavish affair transporting us to sun-kissed summer days on the Italian coast, a taste of Sapore di Malfy should not go amiss.


311 Remuera Road
Auckland 1050


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