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  • Address:
    8296 Glass Alley
    Fairfax, VA 22031
  • Phone:
    (703) 462-8662
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Requin is a French Mediterranean concept by chef Jennifer Carroll in partnership with chef and restaurateur Mike Isabella. Carroll’s menu is informed by the Mediterranean coast of France and features a large and diverse list of European wines. Shareable small plates include charred and pickled mackerel, beef carpaccio, and fluke ceviche. Specially imported wild burgundy snails are sautéed in a garlic mushroom broth and served en croute in a puff pastry shell, while kabocha squash and hen of the woods mushrooms are cooked in a ginger and brown butter sauce and served pot pie-style. Large family-style plates include a 28-oz. côte de bœuf. Also expect cheese boards and sweet endings like classic profiteroles.