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
月曜日 - 木曜日 20:30 - 23:00
金曜日 - 土曜日 21:00 - 23:00
parking is a bit of rip-off - it is in the office park, only a few spots in the front, all taken and no obvious other parking and no signs except valet, so you have to pay for valet parking or circle around.
Menu did not strike as anything special, more focus on getting you out quicker, than on creativity.
Great staff.. outstanding food
Took my best friend here for lunch to celebrate her birthday. Food was amazing. I had ticked the special occasion box, so they called me that morning for details so they could prepare custom menus saying "Happy Birthday Allison". Nice touch. Made me look good, too! Restaurant has a nice, urban vibe without being too loud so we could catch up. We enjoyed the miso soup, bento box, and a rice dish. Everything was excellent and our server, Francesco, could not have been better. Really liked the mango shaved ice dish-- tasty, refreshing, big enough to share. Parking is tough, but can't beat the $5 valet option. I'll be bringing my husband back for date night. Thanks TenPenh.
The food was very subpar. I would probably rated as the worst Thai food experience in the DMV area. Curry was super blind and actually had a little bit of a smile on it. Sushi was really average even though I was skeptical in ordering at the waiter suggested it. Mochi ice cream was good if it's any consolation
My friend and I went there to celebrate my birthday. We were seated immediately. Our waiter was prompt and courteous with great recommendations. The food was very good. I had the vegetable spring rolls and they were delicious. My friend had the red snapper (?) that was delicious and I had the Cherry Blossom Rolls which were wonderful. Overall, it was a wonderful dining experience.
I was a big fan of the old DC location, so I was thrilled when they announced the Tyson’s reopening. We’ve been there three times since it opened. The first time was enjoyable. The menu was different from the DC menu, but we both enjoyed the food and the ambience. On the second visit, I ordered the same entree I had on my first visit. It wasn’t nearly as good. On our most recent visit, my friend ordered the same enteee he had on our second visit. Again, it wasn’t as good as the prior visit. Ditto for my dessert. My entree was a $33 red snapper in a spicy soy sauce. It came with no sides, and the sauce tasted like cheap soy sauce - no spices just salty. The dining room was not very busy, but the service was indifferent at best. On the plus side, my kale salad was good. Sorry to say, we won’t be returning,
Ambience and service were outstanding. The manager made a noticeable effort to greet guests and assist servers - friendly and charming but not overdone and intrusive. Made for a very pleasant visit. Food is reliable and varied. The menu may have changed a bit from last visit but still can't go wrong here with dim sum/small plates and sushi. Thanks for a nice dinner!
We had a great lunch here in early Sept.
Ten-Penh called ahead to create a very special, printed-menu - to celebrate a colleagues retirement lunch. The restaurant had noticed that we had a special occasion on the reservation, and called to inquire if we would like a gratis menu! What a nice touch! We were thrilled with the special menu, as well as the service, food, and overall experience. Thank you!
We have been regular customers of Ten Penh since it began at its McLean location. Ten Penh distinguishes itself from other restaurants because it succeeds in providing excellent food, service, ambiance consistently. It is rare to find a restaurant that goes out of its way to insure that your overall experience is a pleasant one. The management and servers bring their “A” game game every lunch and dinner. My hope is that they decide to open on Sundays for the burgeoning residential population in Tyson’s.
The service was wonderful!
However, the dishes were -
1. Wok Seared Spicy Calamari - it’s a salad and the dressing is very sour (even after they tossed it for us).
2. Grilled Chinese Broccoli- way too sweet.
3. Entree - Shrimp & Vegetable chow fun noodles. It had no flavor. We had to add soy sauce.
Excellent meals as usual although I must note again that the Korean Brisket BBQ is not quite as good as it used to be.
Having been a HUGE fan of the original Ten Pehn downtown, I was underwhelmed by this one. If you do not use valet parking, it is kind of annoying to find the front door to the restaurant. You cannot access it from inside the Silverline building. Our table was a generous size for five people, and the complimentary juice of the day was superb. The shrimp fried rice was oily, the sushi platter was sub par, the miso salmon average (although the seaweed salad was a nice compliment to it), the crispy shrimp bowl was tasty but the shrimp were over cooked. The key lime tart was ok but nothing exceptional and the mochi ice creams were nearly flavorless (except for the green tea one). All in all we were disappointed. I doubt we will return, and that makes me sad.
First time to this nice spot. The food was delicious! The staff were so friendly and helpful with recommendations. We had a great time with great food and fabulous friends!
In short: Food was good, service was great. Varied dishes that were good enough to be a combination of gourmet + comfort. Bartending was solid, table service great. For a Saturday early evening, the crowd was a mix of casual and formal.
Excellent food and drink selection. Customer service was attentive and friendly. Overall quality top notch! Definitely recommend for an evening of fine dining.
This was our first visit and we had a wonderful experience. The service was very helpful and attentive and the Asian Fusion food was creative and very good. We will definitely return.
The food was absolutely fantastic. I highly recommend the brisket bao buns, the lamb potstickers and especially the chicken adobo and the crunchy beef noodles. My father was a little dissatisfied with the shrimp red curry however. For dessert definitely the donut holes or the mochi ice cream! The service was amazing and the manager talked to us a lot and even gave us donut holes on the House! Everything was perfect except for the odd not matching pop music being played on the patio from a Sonos speaker.
Great variety of choices on the Restaurant Week menu and everything was delicious!
We were there for a birthday party and were given menus that said happy birthday at the top, an extra dessert for the birthday girl and a small gift.
We will definitely be back!
Nice restaurant for something different. Some items were so/so and others were great.
We decided to try this restaurant during the local area summer restaurant week promotion, which included an appetizer, entrée and dessert for lunch for $22. All of our selections were very good, highlighted by our "hot bowl" entrée selections. The menu for the special lunch was somewhat limited, so we look forward to going back at another time to order off of the regular menu. The full menu was also available during our visit, had we chosen to order from it instead of opting for the promotion.
The AC was out during restaurant week, the meals on the special menu were not great deals, the waitress tried to upsell to a sushi roll that was double the cost of what we ordered, and lastly, the waitress brought a glass of wine that was $3 more than what was on he menu. Apparently she decided I needed a large!
The staff was very friendly, attentive and responsive. We enjoyed our meal, the fish servings were a bit small for individuals that may have a bigger appetite, the noodle dish was sizeable. We just ordered plenty of appetizers for my son and his girlfriend. The real gem was the service, I cannot express how much I enjoyed the service and management.
Went during Restaurant Week. Plenty of options to choose from. My husband got the ribeye and I got the crispy beef. Both were incredible! Service was outstanding. Can’t wait to go back to try more of the menu but it will be hard not to order the same thing.
The air condition was broken. According The the waitress it had been broken for a few days. They should tell guests at the time of reservation as we would have gone elsewhere. Tyson’s in August is not pleasant without ac.
The food was great but it was a much longer lunch than expected. What should have been an hour lunch turned into two.
Terrible slow service for mediocre food
Lovely lunch with delicious food. Our wait staff was professional and friendly. Food presentation was very nice.
Went for restaurant week. The food was ok, but not impressive. My ho stone pot had little flavor and only 4 shrimp. I left over half. Marinated pork skewers very tasty. I didn't mind paying the $22 for lunch, but if paying by the course it would be a bit expensive for what you get.
We couldn't believe it!! The food was good, but the air conditioning was broken on a very hot day and there was no mention of this when we checked in. We should have been told this so we could chose to go elsewhere and have a comfortable rather than very uncomfortable dinner! Ignoring something like this was unacceptable!
Great food and service
Service was great and food was amazing!
This was a lunch with a friend we have been trying to schedule for over a month. We both order the Banh-Mi sandwich. I had the pork which was tender and delicious with the pickled vegetable. He had the Fried Chicken and said it was very good. Overall it was a delicious lunch and service was on point.
It was very good, just like I remember the downtown venue. Only problem, they took the downtown prices to the suburbs, but I guess that justified at Tyson’s Corner.
We celebrated Ten Penh’s reopening on opening night and have been going there consistently (once a week) since then. Management continues to work hard to make sure that every diner has an enjoyable experience. The menu is pan Asian and our favorites include Sushi (Ten Penh roll), Roasted cauliflower, Roasted Brussels sprouts, Shrimp toast, dumplings and many more. The wines are varied and reasonable. The restaurant is very beautifully designed and comfortable with many spacious booths. All of the personnel, from check-in to the check are friendly make you feel welcome. The noise level is generally moderate but on some nights can be lively, but it is easy to carry on a conversation. My only gripe is that Ten Penh is closed on Sunday.
food not great. ambiance not great. will not return.
Not a good place for kids
Food was fantastic but service was terrible. Waited over 20 minutes to order (and the restaurant was not busy) and then the waiter messed up many things (ex. gave us Sprites instead of waters).
Overall, the food was good, with the one disappointing item being the Korean BBQ brisket bao bun. The service was friendly, but a bit on the slow side. We will definitely go back, the crispy beef and lo mein noodles dish was great. Thanks.
Our service was pretty poor. We had to wait at least 15 min for our waitress to even ask if we like get water. Our first drinks showed up after appetizers. Also waitress never checked on us if we like second round of drinks. We had to tell her at the end of the meal. Also dessert menu was never offered to us. Had to asked for that too. All the dishes were great. Too bad service was so disappointing.