We are absolutely thrilled to announce the official launch of our new app today, Tuesday, October 12th! Ned Daryoush, CEO, and Alex Momeni, COO, of Moby Dick are sharing their stories behind making the decision to elevate the brand’s digital presence and all in the name of focusing on rewarding their loyal Moby Dick devotees.
When Momeni rejoined the Moby Dick House of Kabob team about 7 years ago, one of the first goals he set out for the beloved family-owned and operated brand business was to find ways to bring the powerful brand back into the limelight from a tech standpoint.
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 brings back Ash Reshteh for a limited time only.
Moby’s knows that Ash Reshteh is the perfect cold-weather dish to keep you warm on a chilly day. A hearty soup made of beans, herbs, and noodles, Ash Reshteh makes a wholesome and nutritious meal.
Uniquely Persian, two ingredients define the classic menu item, Reshteh and Kashk. Reshteh, is a Persian flat noodle much like fettuccine, and Kashk,
Catering this Holiday Season
With the holidays just around the corner, Moby Dick House of Kabob is here to make your life a little easier. We offer catering year-round and deliver right to your door, making your holidays hassle-free. Or if you prefer, you can schedule a contactless and easy curbside pick-up.
You decide what works best for your gathering. Mix and match trays of your Moby favorites like hummus, kaskh-o-bademjan,
Its origin hotly debated by Middle Eastern countries who all want to claim its fame, Falafel is a wildly popular crunchy iconic street-food made from a ground mixture of chickpeas, fava beans, and tahini (sesame seed paste).
Deep-fried, the seasoned veggie patties can be eaten alone, alongside fresh vegetables, a salad, rice, or in a fresh-baked pita wrapped like a sandwich. At Moby Dick House of Kabob, our falafel entrée is served with basmati rice,
The perfect end to every meal is something sweet. Here at Moby Dick House of Kabob, we are always looking for new and refreshing ways to meet guest expectations. Recently, Moby Dick decided to work on a new dessert menu item, the Moby Cookie. Now available at your favorite Moby location, the sweet round snack, is made from a high gluten wheat flour, brown sugar, dried figs, organic pitted dates, dried apricots, tahini paste made from sesame seeds,