Swahili Shrimp Curry with Mango and Spicy Asian Orange Beef.
The moist, savory corn muffins provided to each table started things off right. The trio of samosas - ground turkey was my favorite - also impressed, although I would like to taste a little more spicy heat in the mixtures. We also enjoyed two types of wings: tangy tamarind and sweet and hot Thai. Both were satisfying, but I enjoyed the sweet and hot Thai the most as the hot flavor really came through. Sounds like I'm on the lookout for spice these days... not sure what that means! The spinach salad was amazing. One of the best parts of the meal, and we were provided with all three homemade dressings: passion fruit vinaigrette is my top pick. I also loved the Swahili shrimp with Mango - a definite must-try. The spicy Asian beef was a bit too salty for my taste and a little too mainstream to stand out among all the other offerings not commonly found in Atlanta.
Corn muffins delivered to each table.
Samosa sampler platter and Spinach and Gorgonzola salad with mango, strawberries and spiced pecans.
Rich and Tangy Tamarind Wings - we also tried the Thai Sweet and Hot Wings.
Jerk Chicken Panini.
Pepper-Jack Macaroni and Cheese and Chipotle-Maple Black Beans.
Cajun Shrimp and Andouille Sausage Alfredo over Pasta - also very tasty with just the right creaminess and spice.
Cheesy Buffalo Chicken Balls with Blue Cheese. Another good appetizer choice, although I think I prefer the real wings. Still, for those who prefer boneless, this is a great choice.
Banana Pudding and Sweet Potato Pie with Crunchy Pecan Topping. Both were great - loved the sweet potato pie.
All that was left of our Warm Chocolate Molten Cake! Do you think we liked it??
Inside Isabella's. The dining room is actually much larger than this view of the kitchen area.