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Isa Restaurant
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Delicious selections from our menu
3324 Steiner St, San Francisco, CA 94123
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"Intimate enough for date night, but lively enough for a night out with friends, Isa offers a few al fresco tables out front and a heated patio in back illuminated with string lights to enjoy its wines and California-inspired French fare." says Jetsetter magazine..
What’s not to like about a relaxing patio, backyard garden or open-air rooftop? Sunshine or starlight, we love cocktails or beers and bites with friends when it’s beautiful out. Here are Reserve's 27 favorite al fresco spots.
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Join us for Foie Gras special - every Thursdays
We will serve seared foie gras with fruit pairings and brioche for $15!!!
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Isa Restaurant featured in the article "9 SF Spots to Get Your Seafood Fix":

At Isa, luscious yellowfin tuna is seasoned with spicy Sriracha and finished with toasted sesame, seaweed, avocado and nori (edible seaweed) #sfrestaurant #seafood #isarestaurant #tuna
Beach season is almost here! If you’re like us, you can’t wait for lazy days by the ocean or drinks with friends at the pool. To keep us fit and healthy for all that fun in the sun, we’re doubling down on our fresh fish intake, starting now. Check out a few of our favorite seafood dishes…
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NEW! For a limited time, we are offering our prix fixe menu on Fridays!
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3324 Steiner St San Francisco, CA 94123
3324 Steiner StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94123
$$$French Restaurant, Californian Restaurant
French Restaurant
Californian Restaurant
Gluten-Free Restaurant
Wine Bar
Today 5:30–9:30PM
Thursday 5:30–9:30PMFriday 5:30–10PMSaturday 5–10PMSunday 5–9PMMonday ClosedTuesday 5:30–9:30PMWednesday 5:30–9:30PM
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Small plates are shared at this buzzy, intimate French-Californian wine bar with a heated patio.- Google
"The entrees were all excellent, scallops, duck breast, steak and risotto."
"It is a small enough place fit for an intimate gathering for 2 to 4 people."
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Jason Mayes
7 months ago
Great atmosphere, really friendly staff (Domingo is a legend amongst waiters) and a delightful selection of wines. Food was delicious; we had the salmon to start, risotto, and chicken dishes for main, and gelato dessert. 3 courses for 30 dollars which was very reasonable considering the area. Will be back!
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Sam Fung
6 months ago
Can't believe the last time I was there was 5 years ago. This time the food is just as good as before. The famous potatoes wrapped cod was a bit over cooked but nonetheless the food is still great.
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Vivian Chan
a year ago
Let me just put this out there: two things: 1. Isa has bomb ass bread 2. Isa hands down has consistently one of the best value DAT menus in SF WOOT Clearly I'm a fan. I apparently went here when I was younger with family, but didn't remember. Isa has a cute dark cozy interior, and also a covered, awesome back patio area that doesn't get too chilly at night (BIG PLUS in the city). I've only been to Isa for DAT--the last two seasons--and they don't skimp on the menu: plentiful choices for all FOUR courses, unlike many restaurants that give you shabby little 2-3 courses for the same money. Scallops were huge and really nicely grilled--my cousin's fiancee enjoyed his duck--my main squeeze liked his fish. They grill really nicely at this place. I'd say the highlight was probably the apps--we shared mussels, tuna tartare, dungeness salad, and smoked salmon app (like bruschetta but with is escaping me atm). The soup at the beginning was tasty too. Dessert was tasty too! Chose between creme brulee, grapefruit granita, and this almond italian dessert whose name is also escaping me @_@ Danger: The bread is good. It comes warm and the crust is delicious. Otherwise read as: BEWARE FOOD COMA because the bread just keeps coming and the water keeps pouring, and sooner than you or I know, you'll be full before the entrees even come. Learn from the mistakes of others. :) Quality, solid food. Decent cocktails. Only downside is that there's NEVER any parking in the Marina.
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Dirk Renner
a year ago
One of the best meals I've had in several years. Went on a Monday and they still brought their A game. Dean was our waiter and he was excellent, knowledgeable, funny, and attentive. Both the service and food was fantastic. We had the sea bass and the nightly special halibut and both were cooked to perfection. If we lived closer we would make our a regular stop.
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Jay Goldberg
5 months ago
Patio is unique and good. Food not so much. Hostess dismissive and distracted. Service was okay. For the price I'd expect much better. Mussels and clams way too small and overcooked! Perhaps frozen? Rice in the paella had been in a warmer much too long, was sticky and mushy. What I'd expect to find in a cafeteria. Would not return.
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Victor Chen
6 months ago
For this price range, the food was definitely above average, but not the best. That being said, the dishes did seem larger than the average SF size entree. What was amazing was the service. Very attentive without managing to disturb our discussion.
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Grace G
8 months ago
A hit or a miss. I've had delicious dishes here, but sometimes they are too salty so now I have to always order with less salt to not be disappointed. The Prix Fix offers a good sampling.
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a year ago
Tried this place for Dine About Town and even though I'm not a seafood person I thought this placed served a high quality meal! This place is very small and cramped, so its better for a date but not too intimate because people are literally 2 feet away from you. It still maintains a classy but casual ambiance. Our server first brought out oysters. They were pretty small but I like oysters and they tasted pretty fresh. Next was Maine lobster broth, the shrimp was nice and tender and the soup had ok flavor. Not too fishy. For appetizers we tried crab salad, which was light and refreshing. I also had the yellowfin tuna tartare which was slightly more spicy and substantive but not too heavy either. I tried a bit of the seared scallops which were cooked very well. The truffle risotto was very rich and I liked the savory flavor, I just wished the rice was cooked slightly more. For dessert I had a semifreddo for the first time- I liked the light texture but otherwise it could have used more flavor. A solid meal that ended up balancing out with dishes that were light versus those that were heavy. They know how to present seafood beautifully and balance it well!
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