TenPenh - Tysons
11:30am - 2:30pm Monday - Friday
5:30pm - 10:00pm Monday - Thursday
5:30pm - 11:00pm Friday Dinner
5:00pm - 11:00pm Saturday
The food was outstanding, wanted to eat everything on the menu. Service was excellent. Dessert was amazing! Highly recommend and will definitely be back. I’ve been dreaming of the Chinese spareribs!
My wife and I brought some friends who had never been before. I didn't pay much attention to what they ordered. I had Bellagio Roll (Spicy Shrimp/ Tuna/ Salmon/ Avocado/Tobiko) sushi and a Wok-Seared Spicy Calamari salad. Both great. We had their specialty cocktails (Also great). Dined on Ten Penh's patio (last good weather for a while, I fear). A delightful evening.
Nice ambiance, great service, good wine (1/2 price Monday),food was good, but not over the top. Ribeye great, scallops ok, lamb potstickers good, but over cooked and not hot. Passion Fish in Reston is far superior. Off the beaten track, not sure if I’ll make an effort to go back or not:
Very impressed! Everything was perfect!
Great service. Fun starters. Nice pan asian vibe. Ramen was a disappointment. Thumbs up on the sizzling rice bowls, and peking duck.
Overall everything was OK except for the bulgogi steak salads that were ordered. The dressing that came on them was not the spicy, chili-lime dressing that was listed. It came instead with a very strong fish sauce that was not appealing to the 3 people that ordered it.
This restaurant is a great find in a quiet corner of Tysons. I go there regularly and the food is always top notch, as is the service. Love it!
Exemplary service. Overall food was excellent, though a little under seasoned. But we would go back. Best thing was quiet enough surroundings for conversation
Enjoyed the meal ve ry much1 Service excellent--our waiter went above and beyond(Francesco)
Reserved for a group dinner on a weekday. Restaurant was very helpful in accommodating the size, however, in spite of a request for a quiet corner, we were placed in the middle of the room and the noise level was too high; did not allow conversation even directly across the table. AC was not working, overheating the space...after requesting the patio door be opened, there was some cross ventilation.
Service was very slow, had to request someone to take our order for drinks; after waiting for 15-20min.
Appetizers and main food were brought together after a long wait, leaving us sipping drinks without food.
Food was good, but the experience could have been a better one, especially since it was something they could have managed better at their end.
I loved the original that was downtown. This was Ok. Somewhat of a dissappointment. Food was ok, not great, small portions. Service and ambiance was pretty good.
We absolutely love the food. Was a bit disappointed by the mediocre service and pace of the meal. Despite the recent slip up, this is still a preferred spot.
The service in the bar was slow. And the small plates overall were heavy and glopy. I think a little refinement is needed and to decide what they want to be good at. I will try them again. Hoping for better service and cleaner food.
The wait staff was lovely and very accommodating - we had one vegan and one vegetarian.
Atmosphere was great - not too loud, nice layout.
We went to TenPenh-Tysons after a performance at Wolf Trap. We arrived earlier than we expected on a Saturday night but we were seated right away. There was a special menu for the Cirque du Soleil show nearby, which was three courses straight off the regular menu, specially priced, so we ordered from that. The bao buns appetizers were fantastic, served up like tacos. We tried the pork belly and the spicy panko shrimp. Dinner was a sushi plate and duck in green curry. Both were great, as was the mai tai creme brulee for dessert! We sampled their craft cocktails too, which were also tasty and fun. The restaurant is bright and cheery, with an attentive staff, so the whole experience was wonderful.
My family loves the Nashville buns, spareribs, and Gilligan's Island roll. I enjoyed the broccoli, which was uniquely prepared. Coconut key lime tart was really good. We were only disappointed in the daily dumplings, which were deep fried, not pan fried.
Can’t say enough good things about this place. Great food and service all around. The Peking duck is killer
The pork dumplings were surprisingly hard on the inside and over cooked on the outside. The sushi rolls were excellent. My wife’s pork mu shu was over cooked. My shrimp curry dish was very bland, though I used to love at the DC location. Slightly disappointing, food wise. Service was great, though.
No real Asian flavor. Felt like a futile attempt at trying to taste Asian. Will never spend my money here again. Great atmosphere though
Outstanding food and service. The ingredients were fresh and the spices blended well , some dishes were spicy and others not so. I like spicy food and was pleased with my choices. The lamb was exceptionally flavorful. I plan to return soon.
We ordered a bunch of items and shared. Salmon, sizzling stone pot, brussel sprouts, cauliflower and sushi. All were delicious and service (Jessica was our server) was great!
Fantastic Service....everyone from the time we entered the restaurant was super nice.
Great food and service, i would highly recommend TenPenh.
My family went after cirque du soleil and had a great meal. The manager, Gerard, went out of his way to make sure we were happy with our meal. It was one of the better experiences and dinners we have had in a while. We very much look forward to going back!! I highly recommend the shrimp or pork boa or any one of their rolls.
We had an exceptional dining experience on Saturday night. Food was delicious! Had the Bao Buns, Mooshoo w the crepes, Lobster and side of sausage fried rice, the last was a bit greasy and would have the plain rice next time. Francesco was our very attentive server who surprised us with an amazing complimentary dessert. Would highly recommend this place for any occasion.
Our server was awesome, and took great care of us. Very attentive and on the ball!
Father Daughter dance
First, readers should know I very rarely give top ratings. However, excellent ratings are given when truly due - Ten Penh was excellent. We attended after an afternoon performance of Luzia (Cirque de Soleil). Happy Hour with Eric. Zoe (Bar manager?) was friendly, gracious, and handled our signing up with Passion Foods loyalty program. Had a great time talking Passion Food restaurants (former and current) and wine with Gerard (Manager). Diane was our server and was very helpful with dinner ideas. One of the best restaurant experiences we have had recently. We will definitely be back and bringing our foodie and wine friends. Big Thank You to all of the Ten Penh staff and management.
All of the food was good except for the whole fish. It was swimming in soy sauce and was hard to eat. Server didn't tell us you could get it without the sauce and have it on the side. "food for thought"
I've been to Tenpenh quite a few times and the food is always salty. The drinks are really good but not so much the food. I don't think I will be going back.
I've been many times. Food is always good. On this go around, the service was a little spotty. Server did not return to check on us so we waited quite some time for additional drinks.
Great food, great service very friendly atmosphere. Well executed.
The food was generally very good although we felt the Nashville Chicken Bao Buns and Mushroom Scallion Bao Buns lacked enough seasoning. The service was slower than I would expect. We waited between 5-10 minutes after being seated for our server to greet us. There were also lulls between courses that felt longer than they should have been.
Outstanding always worth the visit. A foodie location.
We booked the Ten Penh special prior to the Cirque du Soleil show in Tyson’s Corner, which includes parking. I think this is a great option for people going to the show. Why not have a great meal first? The waiter was friendly and helpful. The food was excellent. We ordered a bottle of wine from the Loire Valley that we loved. The special menu for the show had lots of options. Don’t miss this experience!
We each had a glass of Drumheller Chardonnay--we've had it before--very nice. We shared the Nashville Hot Chicken Buns (excellent), Moo Shu Cantonese Pork and Crispy Beef and Noodle Lo Mein--the latter two both very good. We also ordered Pork Fried Rice and Szechuan Eggplant to go. These two plus some food we didn't finish at lunch made a very nice dinner indeed! Service was really excellent--all in all a fine experience. This had been our third visit since they opened--we had been fans of the TenPenh in DC before it closed.
my second time there to celebrate a birthday
great service and great food
Great restaurant and love the food but it was unusually hot that night so it was super uncomfortable inside seating for us for some reason? We tried to let the manager now but not much was done unfortunately.
Ten Penh was one of my favorite restaurants when it was downtown and this reincarnation did not disappoint. I will be back!
We ordered crab rangoon dip (very good), chicken sate with Lemongrass (very good, but peanut sauce was a bit drab), miso salmon with spicy Brussel sprouts (outstanding) and duck pineapple fried rice (a drab brown-gray and greasy mess - skip this one).
The music "eat to the beat" was on the loud side, forcing diners to talk louder to hear each other. When the thing that stands out while you are waiting for your meal is the music, this is not a good thing. Also, the management decided to drastically dim the lights in the middle of dinner - glad we had already read the menu in decent ambient light before things went dark. They have a nice tea assortment by Shangri-La that is a nice way to end a meal, and cut through the duck grease.