Sorry we didn't take any picture of uneaten, untouched food. we were just too hungry and I only thought of taking the picture once we bite into it. If it wasn't good, I don't usually want to take a picture so biting comes first most of the time unless it's pretty.
Once we filled out tummies with goodies, we headed to Soho for my sister to take advantage of NY shopping and no taxes on clothes below $110. We also checked out the new Georgetown Cupcakes from DC that just moved into Soho. There was a long line so we just took a peek and continued shopping.
Sis end up contemplating between two trench coats. One from Banana Republish which I liked alot and another from Michael Kors which suited her but we both agreed the color was not as nice. She opt for the Michael Kors which was a more casual look and a hat, useful for rainy days. Both coats were Made in Vietnam and water resistant and close in pricing too.
|Lady-like Banana Republic trench|
|Michael Kors- lovely on her!|
Four hours of Soho-ness later where I was well-behaved and only bought a rose bath bomb from Lush, we headed hungrily back to Williamsburg for dinner at ISA.
|The menu was small and original. A tasting menu was also available.|
|Dave ordered a thyme cocktail|
|Fresh calmari with ink|
|Fresh raw scallops with kumquats and ice|
|Beef tartare, sunchoke and flax and cremefraiche|
|Duck liver and heart with sweet potato, onion and 'dirt' which was coffee grind|
|Pork loin main entree with baby beets, pasnip and green onion|
|Fresh Mackerel with celeriac|
|Homemade donuts and pies|
|Comfort food! This is why it's a top fav resto in Williamsburg|
|Big salad for $10|
|This donut tasted more like cake and was super rich in chocolate flavor!|