As with steak, the question often comes up as to where is the best seafood at WDW. Flying Fish, Fultons and the Blue Zoo seem most often mentioned, but for my $$, Blue Zoo is tops. Nice "blue" looking restaurant, pretty extensive menu, excellent service. And the fact that they validate valet parking and now accept TIW are just added bonuses. Our meal last week marked our 10th (or 11th--I lost count) meal at the Blue Zoo. As we like to do these days, we asked for and got seats at the bar. THis is a very nice bar/lounge area that you walk thru getting to the main restaurant. We had two lady bartenders serving us that evening and they were especially friendly and attentive. The Zoo has a nice wine list and I may say, some beers that you won't find elsewhere. I had taken a copy of the beer list with me, but somehow in the next few days and with packing,etc--I lost it!! At any rate these were microbrews that I had never seen at WDW restaurants, which only added to my enjoyment of the evening. Hopefully someone reading this will go to the Zoo and get a copy of that beer list!! Anyway--we started dinner with appetizers. Mrs U wanted to get the Classico flatbread, but when the bartender helpfully suggestd that it was quite too large for one person, she opted for the Yellowfin Tuna Tartare, with Rock Shrimp and Orange Glaze. I decided on the Jumbo Teppan Seared Sea Scallops,with braised short ribs and cauliflower puree. Mrs U's tuna was good--but my scallops were out of this world delicious. The best appetizer of the trip and one of the best appetizers I've ever had anywhere. The were two big scallops (and remember when you order scallops as an entree these days, you barley get three ) atop the braised beef and that sauce over it all. Sooo good! After hearing what the simply fish offerings were that day (they have four different selections that change often) we both decided to get the 'Dirty South" Swordfish with rock shrimp, rissoto, and clams. The swordfish was a nice size steak, cooked medium, and rubbed with a bbq rub that gave it some flavor, but wasn't at all overwhelming. It came with 4 clams and 4 small rock shrimp along with the rissoto. Mrs U and I had no trouble whatsoever in finishing all of it and that left us in the mood for dessert and coffee. For dessert Mrs U got what they call "Pavlova"--vanilla/orange ice cream atop a raspberry meringue, with raspberrys and raspberry sauce. I went with the passion fruit panacotta with a coconut/caramel sauce. Both desserts were ample in size and just "light" enough to cap off a wonderful meal. Asides: As with Shula's (and most likely Il Mulino) there are two Blue Zoos--the quiet subdued Zoo, and the meeting/convention Zoo,where you may find multiple tables of 10-15 people loudly having a good time. This nite was the quiet Blue Zoo--mostly couples and just a handful of children. Dress once again ran the full spectrum from true business casual down to the "very casual". And of course we'll be going back in September!!!