Tysons Wren Debuts 18-20 Course Omakase Experience

Located on the 11th-floor lobby level of the Tysons Watermark Hotel (1825 Capital One Dr. Tysons, VA) is a Japanese bar and fine-dining restaurant, Wren, that recently introduced one of the DC area’s most elaborate traditional Japanese dining experiences.

Not only can guests delight their taste buds with a variety of delicious dishes like Maguro Tartare, Tokyo Chicken, Gindara, and Jukusei Kamo, but Executive Chef Yo Matsuzaki recently introduced an all-new omakase menu and specialty sake pairings.

This is a game-changer for adventurous foodies in the DC area and anyone who loves Japanese food and culture.

With omakase, the fate of the meal is completely in the hands of the chef. With Chef Matsuzaki,  the menu begins with zensai (snack/appetizer), followed by nigiri, yakimono (food over fire), and dessert as the finale.

Each pairing will typically start with sparkling sake for the first two courses, followed by a sake flight, and a more robust wine with the A5 wagyu. During each course, guests will be face-to-face with the chef as a dining guide.

The Omakase menu, available at $250 per person plus tax and 20% gratuity, has only one seating — at 7 PM — for groups of two or more with only six seats available nightly. It will only be available on Mondays and includes 18-20 courses paired with sake and wine.

*Reservations and prepayment are required. Due to the nature of Omakase, there will be minor restrictions that cannot be accommodated; including vegan, non-seafood eaters, and gluten intolerance who cannot have regular soy sauce in cooking. Wren will try their best to work with any other dietary restrictions.

Images courtesy Watermark Hotel/Wren.