Scallops is a fish restaurant that'd give any of its more established counterparts a run for their money. There are plenty of dishes to choose from – including meat for non–fish–eaters – and they're all so delicious you'll be begging the chef to marry you. The décor is as fresh as the fish on the menu and though the service lives up to the standard you've come to expect from a posh restaurant, it lacks all manner of stuffiness. The only thing that's marginally less than perfect is the music, which can occasionally border on the supermarket side of easy listening. But when you're eating food this good, anything is forgivable.