I've heard a lot of negative reviews about Isaac's so I'd never thought of dining there. It's in a building across from the ferry and the harbor so it's usually only frequented by tourist buses. However, a group of ten of us showed up on a rainy evening and had great service and good food. The menu is typical for Plymouth -- an Italian take on seafood and veal. The waitress went out of her way to let us know the chef would be happy to accommodate any changes to the sides or how things are prepared. Yes, it was a very slow evening, but that was a nice gesture. Our group of ten sampled a variety of options and were all very pleased. The only real shock was how low the final tab for ten main dishes and drinks turned out to be.
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