The Maine Sunday Telegram has reviewed Isa.
The atmosphere and the service at Isa are decidedly relaxed and informal. Based on the number of friends who seem to be meeting up after work, it’s already become a popular place for a drink. And with modest-sized portions that are reasonably priced, it’s also a fine choice for a laid-back supper. So start at the bar. Bask in the buzz. And savor the braise. This is a bistro that works.
3 comments on “Review of Isa”
IDK, that pork chop has always been good–juicy, tender, succulent
I agree, that pork chop has always been amazing! One of my favorite courses there!
Treated friends to dinner at Isa last month, I had been raving about the food and hoped they would be as impressed as I had been at previous meals. After excellent apps and a nice bottle of wine, the grilled pork chops were presented and they were dry and overcooked. Was perplexed that a kitchen that gets so much right could fail so miserably grilling a simple piece of meat.