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LTK Restaurant Review: Located in the bustling Seaport District and across the street from Legal Harborside, this casual eatery, a spinoff of the massive Legal Sea Foods, runs on a platform of high-tech gadgetry, from plasma-screen menus to tabletop iPod docks and WiFi access. Meanwhile, aside from the brand’s emphasis on seafood and a few trademark dishes, the fare has less in common with that of its parent than that of some trendy lounge. Starters include distinctive dishes like lettuce wraps with marinated steak and kimchi, which pair nicely with the fruity Fish House Punch; and the pork belly bun with pickled cucumbers. Move on to Baja fried fish tacos, a Turkish lamb pizza or the signature paella made with shellfish, grilled chicken and chorizo served over saffron risotto. Of course, there is a nice selection of the aforementioned seafood, including scallops, Boston scrod and Atlantic salmon, that you can order any number of ways from grilled to baked. We like the warm chocolate chip cookie for a sweet finish.