Isa is the neighborhood restaurant that foodies fantasize about. Not only does it serve flawless French food, made from fresh ingredients in the Provencal style, but it's also two restaurants in one. Diners can opt for the romantically lit dining room or Isa's to-die-for heated patio, a Best of Citysearch 2010 winner for outstanding outdoor dining. Either place you choose to dine, the elegant yet unfussy ambiance is a worthy match for the upscale but affordable cuisine. The restaurant is a frequent finisher on the San Francisco Chronicle's list of the top 100 Bay Area restaurants, and its extensive and delicious menu pairs well with a wine list that emphasizes boutique wineries, plus soju cocktails crafted from fresh ingredients. Taste Isa's culinary vision through customer favorites like black truffle risotto; fois gras with poached pears, wild huckleberry, and custard brioche; and the specialty sea bass, prepared with a very thin layer of potato skin, brown butter, and capers with tomato confit. Rather than classic, heavy French food, at Isa, you'll find ingredients fresh from the farmers market, served in hearty portions perfect for sharing with friends. Isa takes neighborhood dining up a top notch.