Isa Restaurant

Row 1

Details
3324 Steiner St (at Chestnut)
San Francisco, CA 94123
(415) 567-9588
French, American
$ $ $
Hours
Tue–Thu: 5:30 PM–9:30 PM Fri: 5:30 PM–10:00 PM Sat: 5:00 PM–10:00 PM Sun: 5:00 PM–9:00 PM

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Foursquare Tips

  • Jared is an excellent server and the food here is fantastic
  • Tucked away on one of the side streets in the Marina - excellent fusion food in a relaxed environment Foodie food without the Foodie attitude
  • Amazing food - don't leave without getting the Potato Wrapped Sea Bass
  • French beer suckssssssss - smelly and ungrateful. Never had a beer slap me in the face after I was done with it.
  • Scallops, yellowfin, goat cheese and the semifreddo were amazing! And the muscle sauce. And the truffle risotto.crab we could have done without.
  • amazing staff, amazing food. Truffle mushroom risotto is to die for. Scallops are amazing. Even the spaghetti here tastes better!
  • Literally one of the best meals I've ever had...everything is amazing [risotto, crab salad, lamb chops, the list goes on and on]
  • Food is good - not great - but the wine list leaves a bit to be desired...
  • I've always had good service here.
  • Gooood food. Waiter Domingo is the best. Everything he says is awesome. Sweetbread and sea bass were excellent.
  • Get the Japanese food!
  • Fantastic French restaurant perfect for a date, request the front window table or sit in the large heated covered patio in the back.
  • sit in the heated patio and have a soju cocktail
  • Happy hour pricing is solid. All appetizers have some sort of meat so order without if you have restrictions. Grilled cheese is a must.
  • A very gluten-free friendly restaurant. The risotto is good!
  • Cute covered patio in the back. Delicious food -- especially the Seabass, shrimp, and spaghetti.
  • At Isa, lusciousyellowfin tuna is seasonedwithspicy Srirachaand finished with toasted sesame, seaweed, avocado and nori (edible seaweed).
  • Scallops and Tuna tartar
  • The sea bass is a 10/10!
  • Mushroom risotto holy moly