Mike Daryoush, Founder and President of one of Washington D.C.’s most beloved restaurants, Moby Dick House of Kabob, has died. He was 66. “With a heavy heart and great sadness, we regretfully announce the passing of the Founder and President of Moby Dick House of Kabob, Mike Daryoush, late on Thursday, May 9, 2019,” said Ned Daryoush, Vice President and Alex Momeni, Director & Chief Development Office for Moby Dick House of Kabob. Mr. Momeni added,
Taking photos of just the food itself can make the details look sharper. You can also take pictures of more than one dish or use a colorful background for more variety.
Have you ever wondered why so many Instagram pictures of food look so good? Restaurants often hire photographers for the sole purpose of taking pictures of their food, designed to make your mouth water on the spot. You can also take photos of your food from your mobile device, each looking good enough to be professional. So, let’s dive in to see how to take effective food photos for your Instagram account.
Top-ranked hospital, Children’s National Medical Center, works to ensure that every child has access to the medical services they need. Each year, Children’s National provides about $71 million in uncompensated healthcare, treating more than 237,000 patients.
Moby Dick House of Kabob is proud to announce that they are partnering with Children’s National Medical Center in their second annual Make March Matter campaign. From March 1st through March 31st, customers at any of Moby Dick House of Kabob’s 24 restaurant locations are invited to make a donation to Children’s National.
There are some spices that, when applied to food, have a magical ability to bring out the best in a particular dish and make it even more flavorful. Sumac is one such spice. Here at Moby Dick House of Kabob, we love sumac—and so do our guests! That’s why we use it in so many of our dishes and offer it to our guests as a condiment. As you’ll soon find out, the origins and applications of this spice are actually quite fascinating.
At the start of every year we’re ready to commit to our New Year’s resolution, but by February, we’re ready to quit. Our reasons for falling off the wagon range from feeling overwhelmed or overworked to simply deciding it’s just not worth it. Whether it’s losing weight, exercising more, or eating less, lifestyle changes can be hard. Luckily, Moby Dick House of Kabob is here to show you some good eating habits to help you maintain a healthy diet in the long-term.
The New Year is coming and many people are starting to realize they may have had a little too much to eat during the holiday season. Once 2019 arrives, it´ll be time to pledge the same resolution thousands do every new year: lose weight. There are several ways to make your goal of trimming that holiday fat possible, but let’s be honest, how many people truly maintain their diet? A keto diet can help. It’s a fat burning diet,
With the holidays soon approaching, you will want to feast your eyes on Moby Dick Kabob´s Catering express menu. That´s right, we offer catering for this holiday season and we will deliver the food right to your door whether you are at home for a family reunion, school outing, office party, or whatever your special occasion may be. Our menu is filled with an array of mouth-watering delicious, entrées, appetizers, meals, and desserts.
Delicious Kabob Trays
You can choose from a variety of trays.
Healthy Eating at a Mediterranean Restaurant
Healthy eating is good for the body, mind and soul. What you eat matters! It is said that the Mediterranean Diet is the world’s healthiest diet, because it’s filled with fruits, nuts, vegetables, whole grains, legumes, and of course, olive oil. The dishes have an abundance of lean sources of protein such fish and poultry. Mediterranean meals have very limited sugar, replace butter with healthy olive oil, and use herbs and spices instead of salt to flavor the food.