After 28 years of serving countless diners in the metropolitan DC area, Moby Dick House of Kabob is expanding to Baltimore.
The restaurant’s 23rd location has opened The Rotunda in the Hampden neighborhood, home to luxury apartments, shops, and great restaurants including Moby Dick House of Kabob.
“Baltimore is a great city and we’re excited to become part of this community. We look forward to building relationships with the people here and serving them delicious food,” said Mike Daryoush,
No one understands how to turn traditional cooking into fresh and accessible food better than Mike Daryoush. After 30 years in the restaurant business and opening 23 locations of his Persian-influenced Moby Dick House of Kabob, Daryoush is growing his portfolio and turning his eye to another local favorite: Stromboli Family Restaurant in Bethesda, Maryland.
“Stromboli is a community treasure and for good reason. It’s important that we continue its tradition of good food and welcoming atmosphere.
If you’ve lived in the DC metro area for any length of time, you’re familiar with Moby Dick House of Kabob. Our popular local chain that serves traditional Persian food, and is frequented by everyone from college students to families.
But you might not know that the story of our restaurant is the classic American dream of hard work and perseverance to build a better life. Our founder Mike Daryoush moved to the U.S.
It’s the perfect appetizer, snack, and party food. Dress it up or nosh on the most basic version – any way you fix it, hummus is everybody’s favorite.
While you can find tasty hummus and fresh-baked pita bread at one of their 23 restaurants every single day, Moby Dick House of Kabob is celebrating International Hummus Day on May 13.
“Our hummus is made from scratch daily; it’s the perfect companion for our pita bread,