A business is only as good as its employees, and Moby Dick House of Kabob is fortunate to have the best workers in the hospitality industry staffing our 24 restaurants. Among our dozens of standout employees, here are two who exemplify Moby’s high standards of customer service and commitment to excellence:
Isaias worked alongside Moby Dick’s late and beloved founder, Mike Daryoush, at Mike’s original luncheonette before he opened the first Moby’s. More than three decades later,
We know that what we put into our bodies matters, which is why Moby Dick House of Kabob is committed to cooking and serving wholesome and nutritious food from scratch, using only the finest ingredients available. We’re also committed to being transparent about what’s in our food, so that people with special dietary considerations can have peace of mind when they dine with us.
Throughout Moby Dick’s menu, look for these symbols to indicate important details about a dish’s preparation: GF (Gluten Free) means a dish is prepared without gluten,
With summer grilling season here, flame-grilled cooking enthusiasts everywhere are firing up the charcoal, tying on an apron, and getting their spatulas ready. But at Moby Dick House of Kabob, cooking over open flames is something we do all year long, in every season. That’s because flame-grilled cooking is an ancient technique that Persian chefs around the world have embraced and perfected for centuries.
When done properly, open-flame cooking can intensify and improve the flavors of just about anything.
Moby Dick may be the House of Kabob, but did you know that there’s another item on our menu that is also an integral part of our dining experience? House-made cucumber yogurt sauce is a staple of Persian cuisine and comes alongside every entree and fresh pita wrap we serve.
Known as must-o-kheyar or maast-o-khiar, cucumber yogurt sauce is a creamy, tangy, and cooling blend of fresh cucumber and thick-strained yogurt, delicately seasoned to perfection.
With two dozen restaurant locations in the D.C. Metro area, Virginia, and Maryland, Moby Dick House of Kabob is a go-to dining destination for those looking for a quick meal of Persian food with Mediterranean flair that won’t break the bank. Its daily specials have become so popular that some of Moby’s most loyal fans make their weekday lunch plans around them.
“We are delighted that guests have embraced our daily lunch specials so enthusiastically,” Moby Dick House of Kabob CEO Ned Daryoush said.
Moby Dick House of Kabob, a pillar of the local restaurant community since 1989, is expanding its efforts to end food waste and help those in need. The restaurant group, with nearly two dozen locations in the D.C. Metro area, Virginia and Maryland, recently became one of the first local restaurants to partner with Too Good To Go, an app that points consumers to delicious surplus food that otherwise would be thrown away.
“We have been amazed at the success Too Good To Go has had in reducing food waste in the cities where it first launched,” said Alex Momeni,
Did you catch us live on FOX5 DC Morning Show? Easter & Norooz may have passed, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still try these delicious spring dishes. Order a meal for the whole family today!
Our flavors may be steeped in centuries-old traditions, but our technology has to be current and cutting-edge — check out how we’ve done that in this QSR rmagazine article.
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Moby Dick House of Kabob is participating in this year’s National Cherry Blossom Festival showcasing the District’s vibrant and diverse restaurant scene during the Festival to be held March 20 – April 11, 2021.
Moby is featuring its newest menu item, the Moby Cookie. a sweet round snack, made with high gluten wheat flour, brown sugar, dried fruits, tahini, vanilla, cinnamon, and cardamom. Three to a package, each one is loaded with flavor.