L�isola Restaurant & Wood Burning Pizza is a wonderful contemporary gastropub in Brooklyn, New York. Appetizers here range from calamari fritti and chick pea panelle. That is just the beginning, as there are a range of soups and salads in store at L�isola Restaurant & Wood Burning Pizza for those looking to eat on the lighter side.
A full bar is also in house at L�isola Restaurant & Wood Burning Pizza, with an array of spirits ready to be served to friends and colleagues. There is also an extensive wine list that will pair nicely with whichever pizza or pasta dish you decide on for your meal.
The food was delicious! The portions were perfect. We ate upstairs outside and it was very nice. The tables are a little close together but it was still fine. Would love to go to again next time we are in Brooklyn.
We sat on the rooftop, it was a lovely atmosphere and the service was great. The salad lacked seasoning. The pizza was good. We had a salmon pasta dish, the pasta was handmade and cooked great, however the salmon tasted a little fishy.
solid food and service with lots of outdoor seating on the roof
Authentic "Italian" fare... Felt like I was in Sicily..... Can't wait to return. Friendly staff..
Had the Magherita Pizza with Sausage and Roasted Garlic... Lasagna to die for.. Burratta and Proscuitto... Clams with Pancetta.....
pizza was great and the lasagna reminded me of the way my grandmother used to make it.
this was our first time at this restaurant and with all the restaurants in Williamsburg this one is really a stand out would definitely go back their idea to have all the pasta at $12 a plate is great idea especially in this economy and they certainly don't skimp on portion sizes we had the spinach and pear salad and it fed three of us
The octopus is amazing! Don't skip the pizza. I am looking forward to trying the brunch menu
Our party loved the southern Italian/Sicilian antipasti at L'Isola. The stuffed mushrooms, panelle with ricotta, carpaccio di polpo and calamari fritti all were outstanding. The pizza also was quite good; we had a margherita and a pizza with prosciutto and rucola. We definitely will return and sample the secondi (entrees). This place is a real find -- my kind of Italian food (mainly Sicilian) and moderately priced.
Sister restaurant to Graziella's in Fort Green with option for roof top dining.