• Simple broiled scallops at a seafood restaurant in Alexandria, VA. They were heavenly!
  • Anything with lobster in it. I like the tails the best. Bisque is good too. mmmm
  • The Steak and Scallops from Makoto's. I know it's not what you were expecting as an answer, but them f*ckin' scallops are so damn good I dream about them. I think it's about time Mr. Man takes me out to eat, know what I'm sayin'????
  • I had a really good plate of mussels at a beach once.
  • Seared Monkfish with some sort of fruit sauce in a quaint little restaurant in St Davids (the smallest city in Wales), Wales, Uk.
  • D's Restaurant in Columbia has a dish called Carolina S&S with shrimp and scallops. It also has artichoke hearts and some other really tasty stuff. It's my favorite and what I always order when we eat there.
  • Many years ago, there was a tiny Creole place (before most people even had heard of it) called Paul's Jambalaya in the Los Angeles area, in the early 60s. My parents would take me there often. They had terrific fresh lobster but I was really crazy about shrimp. I was practically the only child that ever went in there and the chef loved doming special dishes for people. When he found out there wasn't something I loved on the menu other than these plain shrimp, he made a fabulous spicy friend shrimp dish, served in with dirty rice. It was awesome!!!! I loved that he made it just for me :-) In the late 60s they had gotten so popular that they made th eplace bigger but that just spoiled everything. He was too busy to come out and visit with guests and the food went downhill. We quite going. When I left the LA area in the mid 70s, it was still there but I heard it wasn't doing well.
  • Paella is one of the most famous Spanish dishes. If you ever find yourself in a Spanish restaurant that serves paella give it a try. You'll love it. I had one in Spain. 8 chicken legs 3 chorizo sausages, cut into 1 inch pieces 4 tablespoons olive oil 3/4 cup chopped onion 1 clove garlic, chopped 1 1/2 cups medium grain rice 1 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon white pepper 1 teaspoon saffron threads 4 cups chicken stock (or 2 cups chicken stock and 2 cups clam juice) 1 pound shelled & cleaned shrimp marinated in: 1 clove garlic, chopped 1 onion, chopped 1 tablespoon parsley, chopped 1/2 cup oil 1/2 cup white wine 1/2 pound fresh mussels and/or clams 2 cans artichoke hearts, drained 1 jar whole pimentos, drained 1/2 cup fresh or frozen peas, cooked and drained 8 lobster claws or crab claws 2 lemons, quartered
  • The lobster that I had at "Legal Seafood" in Boston.
  • Properly fried scallops is the ultimate for me. Lightly breaded and lightly cooked. There are a few places in Boston and environs that do them well.
  • Outback's lobster tails are great.
  • I had a wonderful paella while I was in Spain.
  • fresh grouper from Florida...sauteed and fried in a little lemon and butter...I had blackened grouper which was also delicious...good question...getting hungry
  • There was a small restaurant in a basement in Chicago, it was called Half Shell, first place I ever had frog legs, best seafood around at that time, it was fresh as it could be for this area, and oohhh so mouth watering good!
  • All you can eat crab legs at Red Lobster. They used to do this about once a month at least 20 years ago. My wife and I would go and cause them to lose money on our meals.
  • Blue Shark tail steak, a single small spoon of low salt caviar, a sweet hot sauce, on a bed of steamed rice ... with Ling Zhi & Ginseng tea ... in Kyoto, Japan.
  • shrimp carbonara
  • Alaskan king crab legs
  • Fried Bombay Duck at Gajalee in Bombay -India. Its to die for.
  • There is a restaurant called the Fish Market in northern California that serves a Garlic Shrimp h'ors d'oeuvres that is beyond miraculous...or in Honolulu at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel Mai Tar Bar..we had Coconut Shrimp. I can't decide which is "best". :(
  • Crabcakes down on the pier in Baltimore.
  • Snow crab with garlic butter is all I need to be happy.
  • Surf and Turf at a restaurant I stopped at in the middle of No Where. It was raining, we were on motorcyles and we only stopped to get dry. It was incredible food. We were soaking wet and it was a fancy restaurant but they treated us great considering what we looked like. Leather, Road dirt, and tank tops. ROFL

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