PassionFish Earns "Very Best Restaurant" Nod

Reston Town Center makes "Washingtonian's" annual list.

PassionFish at Reston Town Center has earned a spot once again on Washingtonian's 100 Very Best Restaurants.

The pricey restaurant, owned by DC chef Jeff Tunks, has earned Very Best Restaurant honors annually since 2009.

Washingtonian gave PassionFish kudos for its lobster bisque, crabcakes and crispy flounder with tamarind-chili sauce.

To see the magazine's complete list, click here. 

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Review of PassionFish

Stella McEnearny January 29, 2013 at 01:52 PM
With Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes at $36 and Max Tyson Honey Apple Crisp with Black Pepper Ice Cream (believe me, the bizarro pregnancy food cravings were WELL into the past century!), I'll pass.
Curmudgeon January 29, 2013 at 06:02 PM
Your loss; the menu is excellent and the service quite good.
Stella McEnearny January 29, 2013 at 08:21 PM
Curmie, Curmie, Curmie...but I'm $36 wealthier than I would've been otherwise, and the dessert sounds awful at any price. Black pepper ice cream? As they used to say back at the Gourmet Gulag, "Nyet!"
Java Master January 30, 2013 at 03:58 PM
Stuff like Black Pepper Ice Cream is, at the end of the day, an utterly pointless concoction that sounds as tho some it was conceived by a second-tier contestant on "Chopped" in the name of one-upmanship over some other chef. Too much of that going on in Washington area restaurants (and everywhere else for that matter)...
Stella McEnearny January 30, 2013 at 07:21 PM
Amen, JM! Agreed...as in all the quiescently frozen, aerosolized duck gizzards and other such delicacies highlighted on some of those shows...


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