Although the menu has many entrees to choose from, I took the the tapas/small plate approach to Passion Fish.
Late February there were three selections of Caviar Service ranging from $35 an ounce to $125 an ounce. With caviar not only is one ounce plenty, but also is so delicious and sensational that it is worth the price. I decided to order the mid-priced Organically-Grown Russian Osetra Caviar pictured below. Words can barely due justice to the robust earthy taste of these imported Russian raw fish eggs served with a mother of pearl spoon and various condiments.
From this point, the rest of the meal was served off the appetizer side of the menu - more so to appease my tapas dining preference of the evening.
Next up was the Char-Grilled Octopus served over a small fried Falafel, Piperade, Cucumber Raita and Olive Aioli. Falafel is a wonderful Mediterranean staple made mostly of chickpeas. It can be found in very nice restaurants, casual dining establishments as well as food trucks.
Next up was Friend Oysters.... well done with Chipotle Slaw, Remoulade and Old Bay seasoning. The oysters were fabulous; the only downfall was I could not finish these fried delicacies.
Closing out the meal was a complimentary nut fudge Brownie on the house which I should have sampled but was too full coupled with my lack of interest in desserts.
During dinner be sure to peruse the drink menu. The Dirty CEO martini, served with blue cheese stuffed olives, is a great choice. More or less, a typical classic dirty martini.
As you can see, the above review of Reston Town Center's Passion Fish is almost mostly positive. Throw in a hipster atmosphere with clientele that match and you have not only a great place to enjoy food, but also a place to see and be seen... bon appetite!!!