This is an adorable converted house with a great wine list and outstanding food. Our waiter was wonderful and accommodated all our requests. Owner came by to make sure things were good and told us how the restaurant is named for her daughter. Food was outstanding except they were out of the Ceviche (OK, we did get in just as the kitchen was closing but still disappointed). Calamari was excellent with fresh spices, fresh bread... actually everything was fresh. One of the few places who did not overcook the chicken kabob.
Had a very nice Malbec.
Oh, and they have parking in the rear so you don;t ave to fight for a spot on the street.
Yay Iza !!!
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