San Jose >Scott's Seafood
Not much.... Boring, outdated, not at all pleasurable or tasty. Oh, bad service as well.
Avoid at All Cost. Pricey menu. Unprofessional staff (waitress slouching against wall and railing while talking and hostess seemed bored). Unattentive staff even though restaurant was eeriely empty on Saturday night 8pm. Clam chowder was bad. Lobster risotto was undercooked (was told ridicuoulus excuse for that). Paid $90 all together - totally not worth it. Look somewhere else.
Delicious!. I love dining at Scott's Seafood. The interior is simple and welcoming. The staffs are friendly and polite. We ordered a cocktail named Scott's Rose Bud and it has a great aroma of rose, even though it was too bitter for our taste. We also have the Boston Clam Chowder, Fresh Dungeness Crab Cakes, Seafood Salad (extremely fresh and healthy), and Dungeness Crab Cioppino (seafood stew). They are all super delicious (especially the Seafood Salad) and great for sharing (huge portion).
One Of The Best Seafood in SJ. I've been to Scott's several times and Scotts is one of the best Seafood Restaurants in San Jose. The food is good and has a good view overlooking downtown SJ. The service there is spotty. I've been there where the service is great, attentive, & fast and times when I was greeted by the matradee smacking her gum and chewing it as she showed us our table and the water and bread service was slow. The seafood there always taste fresh, portion sizes big, and they use unique sauces and vegetables to add flavor to the dishes. Prices are on the high side: $7-$12 for Salads & Appetizers, $20-$28 for entrees, & $30+ for steaks and Lobsters. If you are looking for good seafood in San Jose and don't mind spending a bit for good, fresh, seafood, with unique tastes, then I would recommend Scotts.
A classic seafood restaurant that draws loyal locals for its famed clam chowder, fresh fish and dry-aged steaks..
Scott's offers a quiet, romantic and leisurely dining experience in an elegant setting. During workday lunch hours, the restaurant attracts a serious executive crowd that talks business over halibut and iced tea. In the evening, the mood becomes laid-back as well-dressed locals turn out for prawn cocktail and cosmos.
Start with a heaping order of crisply fried, still-chewy calamari accompanied by a lightly tangy lemon-and-shallot dipping sauce. The creamy Boston clam chowder is a house specialty, but the soup of the day--especially if it's the creamy summer squash--is often better. For a main course, try the buttery grilled halibut, a moist, flaky filet served with lemon mashed potatoes, artichoke hearts and arugula. Served slightly rare, the thick swordfish steak is a silky treasure encrusted in macadamia nuts. Finish up with a classic sundae topped in luscious warm chocolate sauce.
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