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Medium priced Thai in a quiet, elegant atmosphere
Isarn's menu contains a wide selection of vegetable and tofu dishes as well as spring rolls and vegan desserts. Long and narrow, Isarn is probably best for small groups.
on Oct 12 09
(last updated Oct 12 09)
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I enjoyed my meal at Isarn. The restaurant was full yet very quiet considering it was 8 pm on a Saturday night. Our food came very promptly. The first thing that came to our table was a complimentary basket of chips which were unfortunately not vegan as they contained a prawn seasoning. We ordered the spring rolls and some of the vegetable dishes. The spring rolls were good though I didn't expect them to be fried rather than fresh. The vegetable dishes ranged from okay to delicious--my personal favorite was the tofu steak with basil and chili. It was sweet and spicy and very smooth. Portion sizes were a bit small and they charged for rice unfortunately. On the plus side they offered multiple varieties of rice including the brown jasmine rice we ordered.
The service was extremely friendly. They had our water glasses filled at all times and as we left every server and the chef stopped to say goodbye.
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A few blocks past the Slug and Lettuce when walking from the Angel Tube station. It's easy to miss.
$$ - average