Comfort Inn Tysons Corner
1587 Spring Hill Rd.
Vienna, VA 22182
Phone: (703) 448-8020
Fax: (703) 448-0343
Serving classic steakhouse fare, from rib-eye to succulent steaks and lamb chops, Ruth's Chris provides a great steakhouse dinner option in the neighborhood of Vienna. Ruth Chris's features well-seasoned food, abundant in flavor served along with loads of sides. The ambiance is sophisticated and classy without being pretentious. Service staff is pleasant and always on their toes. This outlet of Ruth Chris's Steakhouse has been a consistent addition to the idyllic vicinity.
Voted 'Best Happy Hour' by the readers of the Washingtonian Magazine 2004, this eatery offers an eclectic menu ranging from American to sushi food. The ambience evokes the 70's New York restaurants. The service is amicable and efficient. The menu changes regularly and features dishes like lobster ravioli and chicken forestiere. Take your pick from the extensive bar menu. There are also dancing sessions from M-Sa between 5p and 2a. So if life is devoid of excitement, salsa your way through dinner.
Diya Restaurant welcomes its patron to its ornate interiors, reminiscent of an Indian palace full of glowing yellow lights. Diya serves authentic Indian cuisine which includes options that will tempt hardcore meat-eaters to vegetarians and even vegans. Be prepared to be be greeted by the strong aromas and intense flavors typical of any Indian eatery. The restaurant in itself, is modern and chic with little additions that add to the overall appeal of dining at Diya Restaurant. Service is also pleasant and aimed at providing the best Indian dining experience.
A favorite local dining spot, this restaurant is filled with an outstanding collection of original American art and sculptures throughout its four main level dining rooms and they provide an eclectic menu complete with Greek, Italian, and American influences. A magnificent upstairs Art Deco dining room which seats up to 200 for private events is also available and they are open daily for lunch, dinner, and late night dining.
P.F. Chang's cuisine includes rice, noodles, grains and dumplings, while vegetables, meat, poultry, and seafood. The menu features traditional Chinese offerings and innovative dishes that illustrate the emerging influence of Southeast Asia on modern Chinese cuisine.
Pale-jade green walls, a mirrored niche containing a golden Buddha and the portrait of Thai royalty complete the decor of Paya Thai. Sample the spicy baby clams, beef with broccoli in oyster sauce, mee gati, sauteed Thai noodles with baby shrimp, ground chicken, bean curd, egg and bean sprouts with coconut milk sauce. For dessert try the almond cream custard or the key lime pie. The restaurant also provides a special menu for catering.
The flavors of Vietnam and her longtime occupant, France, are incorporated in this elegant restaurant. For a spectacular main course, ask for the steamed whole rockfish with black bean sauce, which is beautifully presented at the table. The black pepper chicken is superb and the caramel fish, not too sweet and with a little kick, is the best in town. Displaying more of the French influence is the Vietnamese steak and a Saigon beef stew. If you still have room, try the unusual taro root pudding with coconut sauce for dessert.
Serving lunch and dinner daily, this franchise restaurant is known for a complete menu of Italian favorites. Enjoy an old-world atmosphere with red-checked tablecloths and polished wood.
The Terrace is a lovely restaurant within the Courtyard Tysons Corner Fairfax. This pleasant restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and you can enjoy the sumptuous meals prepared by their experienced chefs. The dress code is casuals and you can kick back and enjoy your food without any hassles.
Hot and spicy Korean food at its finest is always on its menu at the Woo Lae Oak. This place is perfect for you and your friends. The Woo Lae Oak features tables with grills. If your mouth is watering for small plates of appetizers--shredded radish, bean sprouts, and fiery kimchee made of layers of cabbage and hot-pepper sauce, come on over.
Fleming's is one of the best steakhouses in McLean, and one of the most famous restaurant chains in America. Steak options you can expect to find on the menu include Filet Mignon, New York Strip, Beef Flemington, Veal Chops, Pork Rib Chop, and Prime Ribs. Ask your waiter to help you choose from among the 100 different wines available to go with your meal. If you're not a meat fan, then sample the fresh seafood and scrumptious side dishes. The Salmon, with its signature Mashed Potatoes, is highly recommended.
This popular restaurant is famous for an array of tempting dessert creations, but their menu also features gourmet sandwiches, seafood, salads, and unique house specialties.