York, PA is not New York, NY, so big city benefits like Issacs Deli are a treasure. The Issaacs restaurants carry their trademarked "bird" themes right down to their sandwhich names. All the food is fresh, tasty and reasonably priced. The restaurants are airy, clean and well run except during their busiest moments. Most days feature two or three soups with Pepperjack tomato the perennial feature. The half dozen side items seem limited for a deli but each is delicious. The desserts are a little pricely and not as exceptional as the sandwhiches. I've eaten at Isaacs frequently for the last decade and never had a bad meal. Issaac lingo tips: The employees are called "Waitrons."
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We had a great experience. We made a reservation and then we were a half hour late because of an error with our GPS. I called twice and the hostess was so pleasant, reassuring us that they would accomodate us. The food was excellent, the service was good and the hostess was very attentive. We will definitely go back even though it's a 45 minute drive. Next time we'll make a reservation in the courtyard and take our daughter and son-in-law. It's a special place. We're usually tough critics since we owned a restaurant until several months ago.
This location was a little difficult to get in and out of but once you're there, you'll find ample parking & the food so many people have come to love. As with all Quaker Steaks you'll find a full menu of drinks and delectable goodies and decor that would appeal to any Gearhead. The waitstaff was super-friendly and quick to point out the specials. We were only there for a snack but the food was hot & fresh, the staff was friendly and helpful and the bathrooms were clean & bright. This one's a keeper! "The UNweary Travelers"