Moby wanted to take a moment to thank everyone for all their support, ordering our food and offering words of encouragement during these rough times. We also wanted to provide an update on the COVID-19 situation and the precautions we are taking to ensure that as our customer, you will always have a safe, cleanly environment in Moby Dick
We are doing everything required by the public health officials and are following up on material coming to us to ensure that we are providing a safe environment for guests.
Moby Dick House of Kabob Announces Operational Changes and Special Offers
WASHINGTON D.C. (March 16, 2020) – Moby Dick House of Kabob announces that they will be complying with all local and state regulations regarding the coronavirus COVID-19 and rolling out their own Response Package along with advanced safety protocols. The chain with locations throughout Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia, will be extending a series of special offers to the community to support long-time and loyal customers during this unprecedented time.
To our valued customers:
The team at Moby Dick House of Kabob is working diligently to ensure that we keep our employees and guests safe and healthy during this time. We are following all of the suggested recommendations from local and national health organizations as well as implementing additional measures of our own.
We have reinforced with our entire team the best practices for personal hygiene and restaurant sanitation as well as our social responsibility in all of this.
As one of the oldest and most expensive spices in the world, saffron is a culinary ingredient with a bold, golden-yellow hue and a savory-sweet smell that envelops your senses all at once.
First cultivated and used by the Ancient Greeks, saffron is the thread-like stigmas from the center of the saffron crocus flower. Commercially grown in India, Iran, Greece, and Morocco, saffron is quite the expensive delicacy. In fact, truly good saffron can cost thousands of dollars by the pound!
Today would have been our founder, Mike Daryoush’s 67th birthday. Mr. Mike passed away last year but his dream lives on through Moby Dick House of Kabob. Happy birthday Mr. Mike and thank you for all that you’ve done.
In America, a side dish of marinated garlic cloves might seem a little unusual, but in Persian cuisine, it’s a classic!
Seer torshi (pronounced tor – shee) means “garlic preserved in vinegar.” And that’s basically what it is! Garlic marinated in salt and vinegar until the garlic is tender and sweet.
One of our favorite snacks is the traditional Persian must-o-mooseer (pronounced must-o-moo-sear).
This tasty yogurt dip is a staple of Persian cooking, and it’s actually really simple to make.
Known as “Must-o-Mooseer yogurt with a hair of garlic” in Farsi, the name comes from its two main ingredients — yogurt and Persian shallots.
Culturally, yogurt is a huge part of the of cooking in the region. There is a legend that thousands of years ago,
The very thought of hosting a holiday party can be an incredible source of stress. Between the food, the decorations, the entertainment, there’s just so much to do! So, instead of wrestling with all those obligations at once, consider catering your holiday celebration.
Cooking over an open fire is a tradition in virtually every culture. From Japan’s hibachi to Argentina’s Asado, different civilizations have developed their own unique relationships with open flame cooking. This method of cooking allows for a smoky complexity of flavor to seep into your food –the kind of taste you can’t get from other methods like stove top or oven baking.