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Posted by Richard W on 06/22/2011
Hate to be that guy but....we were seated tuesday by a very friendly host who made sure our child had a height-chair etc. and welcomed us. waiter arrived, no real welcome greeting but that was ok. my wife asked about interesting new beers on tap and he replied "we have lot's". took our drink order it took a while to get them. i orderd a kobe burger with blue cheese and my wife got the clams. food came out (not together i might add which i think is very low quality service) and i got cheddar on my burger instead. i wound up eating it mostly because the server didn't come back once during the meal to check on us. no new drink offerings...nothing. table was cleared half-assed and we sat for a while with dirty plates etc. maybe this guy was having a bad night but i found the service to be sub-par at best. the host wound up having to get us more bread and hot sauce. waiting tables is not hard guys...act friendly, check back with the customer and clear the plates. i hope next time we get better service. Food was great though.
Posted by Terri on 05/07/2011
We have eaten at Isabella's a few times. Food is good; someone walks around and comments about what everyone ordered at each table. Very creepy. Fun bar and good pizza.
Posted by Julie on 10/24/2010
We had the pleasure of dining in this beautiful place. The service was excellent the food was amazing. The chef repeatedly came out to check on the diners. We will definitely be back.
Posted by Julie on 10/20/2010
First off to the reviewer below...they're a small plates/ tapas resturant, the portions are supposed to be small! We went last night and were pretty impressed. They're no Amada, but unless you feel like driving into the city and spending an arm and a leg then Isabella is the place to be for tapas. Everything we had was delicious. We had the drunken figs, cheese plate, croquettes, beef skewers and the tarfufo pizza, plus a glass of wine and a beer all for $70 which is quite reasonable. The atmosphere was wonderful, almost reminded me of some little dim lit cafes I would go to in NY. Not pretentious, but also not a typical Conshy bar. We'll definitely be back!
Posted by Philly local on 10/16/2010
This restaurant opened a few weeks when we dined here. The food was good but portions were on the smaller side considering high prices esp. for appetizers we had, cured meats and croquettes. Pizza was tasty but burnt on the underside. Fresh pasta had nice flavors.
Posted by Tim Daley on 10/08/2010
Ive always complained about the lack of good quality food in this area, but now I finally found a place that is perfect. Newly opened I was shocked by the quality of food and service! Though not much of a drinker myself the Sangria was the most amazing beverage I have had in a long time. Homemade and fresh, I plan to go back this weekend just for another glass. Finally just what Conshohocken needs a great restaurant!