TenPenh Comes to Tysons
Chef Jeff Tunks and his Passion Food Hospitality partners bring back the Asian-Pacific restaurant to the SIlverline Center development in Tysons Corner after an 11-year run in downtown D.C.
An iconic restaurant returns, reinvigorated
This restaurant’s second incarnation, which opens Dec. 2, draws on the flavors of Vietnam, Hong Kong, Korea, the Philippines and Japan. The heart of TenPenh Tysons is anchored by a sushi bar, offering items such as the tempura-fried “TenPenh Roll” of yellowtail, jalapeno and green onion sriracha dynamite, as well as the “Wicked Tuna Roll” with kimchee tuna and tuna tartare with cucumber and green onion. Fans of the original TenPenh will recognize popular entrees like the shrimp and red Thai curry and Tunks’s signature Chinese-style smoked lobster. Japanese whiskeys and sakes round out the menu. Reservations are strongly recommended, and the dress code is business casual, which means leave the shorts, T-shirts and baseball hats at home.
TenPenh Tysons, 7900 Westpark Drive, McLean