PassionFish - Bethesda
We went for HH. Food was great and service was excellent!!
Food was really good. High quality raw bar and steak.
The food was very good but pricey. We were seated in the room by the sushi bar and bar...too noisy. The outstanding service was the best part of our experience. Really good staff who did not not rush us and provided good details about the food and drinks. Get the coffee.....delicious and generously served.
The Grilled Oysters were best and crab cake was just crab no flying-outstaning food
they accomodated request to make Green beans Szeuchaun style
While I think the food was very good, I can only give an average rating because the service was so poor. Many awkward interruptions from the server to ask if everything was OK, children's meal coming too early etc. It was also quite loud but I understand they have a vibrant happy house scene which is good! But this time I was dining with family so perhaps could have sat us away from that.
Good food, well prepared. Consistently very good.
I have been here a few times and have never been disappointed. Great food and service.
Passion Fish is a great destination for a business lunch. Good menu that's easy to navigate, attentive service and delicious options too.
Always nice. Really delicious sushi and nice kids menu. The seating arrangements for our party of five in a corner alcove were really terrific too.
Food and ambience great. Service expeditious and friendly. Try happy hour great.prices and really good choices.
This is a favorite restaurant - visited for my husband's birthday. Extra special attention and great food!
I have tried many items and the food is consistently delicious. I have not tried the sushi menu yet. Recently I'd had the basic simple fish filets. The trout is a nice light dish that I've had twice now. The fried oysters is a delightful appetizer.
Quite possibly the best crab cakes I have ever had!
Great location, great food, and great service. Would return again.
Great for weekend brunch. Something for every taste
Our waiter did not know wines. We asked for a dry white wine and got a sweet white wine. Also, why clean empty plates when other guest has not finished eating theirs? Noise level is too high. Food is delicious though, except the creme brulee.
The food was excellent. Everything tasted very fresh. The service was great.
We were three people. Our guest of ordered one fish, but was served with another...which we had to send back. When The the correct fish came, it was good. I had the scallops for $34, and was surprised when 5 scallops came on my plate. I founds that very expensive ($7/each).
Overall, the food wasn’t bad, but not proportional to the price. The service was good. The ambiance was good, but not outstanding.
Take your chances, and hold on to your wallet.
Excellent food. Service mediocre. Way, way too noisy.
Food is excellent. Waiter was really good. There is also outdoor seating
Food was ok. I had Mediterranean shrimp salad. 6 shrimps which were paired, which made it look like three very small grilled shrimp. This was laid atop three rows of vegetable (cucumber/ tomato (replaces olives) and chick peas.
All of this laid on top of chopped lettuce
Two tiny pieces of stale pita bread.
Not particularly inspiring.
The weekend brunch was quite a bargain when considering the price, quality of food, menu choices and ambiance.
Service was terrible. Took forever for check to arrive.
I was a big fan of Acadiana’s Shrimp and Grits and their Charbroiled Oysters. Passion Fish recently add the Oysters and they are great. The Shrimp and Grits are amazing.
The salmon was flavorful and cooked perfectly; the summer vegetables were good; the dinner rolls very good. Our server (a woman) was very good -- prompt, knowledgeable and courteous.
A neighborhood Sushi/pan-Asian spot. Something for everyone with sushi, Thai and Chinese dishes. In a large strip center in west Bethesda, not far from Mass Ave or MacArthur Blvd. Delightful servers. Some outdoor seating for those pleasant days.
We came in during Restaurant Week and enjoyed our experience so much that we returned a couple of weeks later - and brought friends with us. The service was outstanding from start to finish. (Yay Emily, in particular!) The food was delicious and portioned just right. There was a wonderful selection of menu options. Accompaniments and garnishes on the plate added to the treat! We’ll be back again soon.
Very disappointing- I do not advise dining there the Sunday of Labor Day weekend- the only daily fresh fish they offered was salmon and trout. I’m a huge fan of PF, but this experience really soured me - I think the restaurant should have informed people making reservations that their menu was going to be quite limited. This was a special occasion dinner, which we did on the exact same date a year ago with a completely different experience. I won’t be back to PF for quite awhile
We've come here several times and each time the food is wonderful. This weekend I had fish and chips and it was the best I've ever had. Not greasy and very light and flaky.
Good food and service. We had a reservation and would have preferred a better table. Next time, I will ask but did not want to make my business lunch companion uncomfortable.
We had a patio table, as inside the restaurant is often quite noisy. I wish I could recommend this restaurant but the service was so bad it made it an unpleasant meal. Waited forever to be welcomed; table of 4 next to us received everything before us (table of 2) though we had been seated before them. Even they got up to ask the server for their check, and I believe also when they were ready to order. The food--multiple appetizers, which I realize can be tricky--was delivered by four different people to the wrong person; drink refills took a long time. Waited a LOOOOONG time for the check.
Birthday Brunch. It was very quite when we got there. The seafood crepe is a must have. Tacos were really good as well. Didn’t enjoy the chicken and waffles as much. Service was a bit slow especially since it was quiet.
7 People all with different fish entrees and Dushi all delicious. Can’t wait to go back
Wonderful food and drink in a clean and inviting setting. Rolls and white fish spread on table were delightful. Soup creamy and delicious. Meal perfect. Drink selection creative. Wish I had room for desert! Staff friendly and quick to help. Will come back when coming to area!
We ordered the Kung Pao Calamari, Crispy Whole Flounder, Red Thai Curry Lobster, Szechuan Eggplant, Mac ‘n’ Jack with Crab. For drinks Kentucky Sunset and an Old Fashion. The calamari portion could've been a little larger but the Crispy Whole Flounder is huge and makes up for it. Szechuan Eggplant was delicious. The red thai curry was good I wasn't a fan of the pineapple but my boyfriend enjoyed it. Mac 'n' Jack with crab was solid.
Consistently good food service and value.
Too noisy. Asked for a quiet table and they did put us at a slightly quieter table, but it was still very loud. The room(s) have absolutely no sound dampening design features. The waitress didn't come back to ask if she could refresh our drinks. The bus staff took away utensils we could have used for the next course. The lobster thai curry I had was just ok flavorwise, but its real problem was that the lobster pieces in it were extremely rubbery.
Went for Wash Restaurant Week. Special dinner was three courses for roughly the price of the main course (which was selected from the usual dinner menu). We though all ordered dishes were high quality and service was also good. Restaurant gets a thumbs up from us.
food was not great, I would probably not go again. Prices were only reasonable due to Restaurant Week.