Restaurants , American Restaurant , French Restaurant

The dishes run are deceptively filling. Two of us filled up on four selections. True to its size, Isa is not a bank-breaker. The wine list is a one-pager, with particularly appealing whites. Check out the Manciat-Poncet Macon for refined take on Chardonnay, and the Alban Vineyards Central Coast Viognier is the best in the state. Isa extends the tapas trend to France and beyond (you can even have manchego cheese for dessert). It's dilettante dining for the indecisive set, for those who like to taste rather than gorge. If you can find the place, and squeeze your way in, you'll enjoy the varied, though miniature terrain. - Excerpt from Neat, Sweet, Petite, Isa brightens the Marina dining scene by Taylor Antrim

3324 Steiner Street, San Francisco, CA

Sunday - Thursday (5:30pm - 10pm) , Friday - Saturday (5:30pm - 10:30pm)

+1 415.567.9588


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