Isaac’s: 19 Years on a Roll
Still, we headed down town for lunch, stopping at Isaac’s, and not just because it was the first one we came to. Thought it might be quiet but not a bit of it. By the time we left, close to two o’clock, the place was more or less fun. For 19 years now, this McCurtain Street venue has been a popular one and it seems that nothing has changed in that regard.
It is well situated, close enough the city centre, in a converted furniture removals warehouse. It is a Bistro type eatery, wooden floor rather than carpets. But it is spacious and the simple chairs have a good comfortable base and support at the back. Service is top notch and also friendly.
CL also picked from the specials: Duck Confit with caramelised shallots and chive champ (€14.00). Again, hardly a major challenge for the chef but again a well done dish and yet another happy customer. Make that two happy customers.
Now, where’s that umbrella?