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『TenPenh - Tysons』について
Tysons, VA 22102
アジア料理, 寿司, タイ料理
Open Daily: 11:30am - 2:30pm Monday - Friday
5:30pm - 10:00pm Monday - Thursday
5:30pm - 11:00pm Friday Dinner
5:00pm - 11:00pm Saturday
5:00pm - 9:00pm Sunday
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
TenPenh - Tysonsの評価
Great place to have a work lunch. The food was very good and the service was wonderful. I was able to change my reservations at the last minute to add another person, they seated us promptly, they did not rush us to order but were not slow (good thing since we were there for a work lunch and had to get back).
Great menu. The appetizers were nicely seasoned but had way too much salt...cauliflower, Brussels sprouts. The shrimp curry and ribeye were delicious but the Peking duck was very small and expensive for its size ($58). It e=was very good but needs to be bigger or price needs to come down
I had been to Ten Penh for dinner but had never been there for lunch. The lunch menu is great! Small plates to share or sandwiches, salads or Bento box (bigger lunch). My friend and I shared a few small plates, including pork dumplings, shrimp toast and lemongrass chicken skewers. We were less enamored by the chicken skewers (maybe a little too much lemongrass?), but the other two were wonderful. For dessert, a key lime tart--excellent! Our service was efficient and friendly. Love this restaurant!
The old TenPenh's best dishes are here--the smoked lobster and fried spinach is just as delicious as it once was on Pennsylvania Ave. Overall, the food was totally terrific. The wine list was pretty good too. But the cavernous place was a suburban horror for city people. Large tables everywhere, noisy and rude Tysons shoppers, screaming uncontrolled kids, multiple birthdays, waitstaff that pour 1/2 a bottle of wine in your glass even after you tell them to stop, etc., etc.. I don't care how good the food is, I will not go back there and cope with that. I am going right back to 14th St. or Shaw. Too bad.
Asian/Fusion menu covers a lot of territory. I had the mushroom stone bowl, which was full of interesting flavors and textures. The restaurant is very attractive, located in a cool renovated office building. Garage parking is free for first 2 hours, or use $5 valet.
The food was delicious but the service was awful. It took 35 minutes from the time we were seated before we saw our first appetizer and the restaurant wasn’t completely full! We had to complain twice as once the food arrived it was not our order, it was for another table. I will probably give it another try but couldn’t fully recommend this restaurant without warning others about our terrible service.
From the minute we walked in we were treating exceptionally. We were early and the manager took us to the bar area and told us about the Happy Hour specials. We had great cocktails and because we were sitting more by the sushi bar, the bartender came out from behind the bar to get our order and then to serve us! Dinner was great! We had sushi rolls, crab rangoon dip, and the yellowtail crude for appetizers and they were all delicious! Dinner consisted of Ahi Tuna Poke, roasted brussels sprouts, crispy fried whole flounder, and the Chinese oven roasted Peking Duck. I can't say that there was anything I would change... it was that good! Will definitely be going again!!
Tenpenh hasn't lost any of its magic since re-opening, and after six long years there still isn't a restaurant that can bring together such well-crafted Asian dishes this well. It's still my favorite pan-Asian restaurant in DC, and thought it's more of a commitment of time and energy to get to from DC, it's well worth it.
I had heard from friends that the Peking duck was great. Well when I called for reservations I reserved a duck goer dinner. I must say I was very disappointed. The duck was barely warm; they sliced it into about 3/4 " pieces, instead of very thin slices; the duck skin was soft and limp, not crisp; I had to clean out duck fat that covered every piece of duck. These guys need to visit Peking gourmet inn to learn how to properly prepare duck. On the good side I loved the thinness of the pancakes.
My wife and I have been enjoying Ten Penh about once a week since it re-opened in Tyson’s . It is a beautiful restaurant, very comfortable seating and never too loud. The tables are spaced nicely so that diners can converse comfortably. The wine list is excellent and offers many reasonably priced wines. The menu is incredibly good and very diverse. We enjoy sushi and like in particular the Ten-Penh roll. The California, Bellagio and Gilligan Island rolls are close seconds. We love the shrimp toast, pork potstickers, Brussels sprouts and Cauliflower. We’ve tried many other items on the menu and have enjoyed them as well. We appreciate the extraordinary efforts of the waiters and management to make every dining experience a pleasant one. Ten Penh is an exceptionally good addition to Tysons’s and we would give it ten stars if we could. We urge readers to discover this amazing place for themselves!
Tonight we both had the lobster which was my favorite dish when Tenpenh was in D.C. It was just as wonderful as I remembered. The staff and managers made us feel very welcome. I would definitely recommend this restaurant. On a previous visit I had the shrimp toast for an appetizer , and the shrimp in red curry sauce for my main dish, I would recommend both of these dishes as well.
We went for the Sunday happy hour menu. The food was inconsistent - some items, like the Moo Shu, were really good, while others, like the pork cracklins and the lamb pot stickers, were entirely forgettable. The Nashville Hot Chicken "buns" - more like a soft bread taco - were great, but the pork belly was bland, and had a fair amount of cartilage in it. We ordered one item off the dinner menu - the roasted curried cauliflower - and it was *wonderful*. The service was attentive w/o being intrusive, the beer & wine selection small but diverse & reasonably priced, the ambiance pleasant for a get-together. I'd definitely go back for a happy hour; based on the cauliflower, I'd try a regular dinner, too.
Try: whole fish! Was outstanding and what saved my review from being worse.
Avoid: Sushi rolls - the quality is not up to standard of a nice sushi restaurant.
Service was curteous but terribly slow on server controlled issues. Kitchen timing was within acceptable measures.
TenPenh is our 'go to' spot in the Tysons area. This was a last minute visit and we were able to enjoy the lovely September weather on their patio. It was a very relaxing experience.
We are big fans of the Cheasapeake Roll...have started to order it on every visit.
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