We've ordered the scollops and grilled romain hearts pretty much every time we've been there. Buttery richness, charred earthyness...my wife's eyes turn into saucers by mere mention of the possibility of eating this dish.
I'm a big fan of the lamb sirloin, but I'm not fond of the spicy Boursin risotto it's currently paired with (and has made the rounds with some other protein/mains). It's tasty, but edges just a little to much into creamed/sauced rice rather than a true risotto.
I've had exceptional halibut there before, but I don't think it was the current pairing with tomato, olive and fava. I would, however, expect this to be excellent!
For lunch, the braised and rotisserie'ed brisket sandwich there is great.
In general, I'll echo josey124 and say that I expect pretty much anything you get there is going to be great. I'm a huge fan of this place. Thoughtful food, casual service, competitive prices. If you can, take a seat at the bar with a view of the wood grill.
[Edit: the braised brisket is still available on the lunch menu...YAY!]