Moby Dick was mentioned in Washington Business Journal’s list of 25 largest restaurant chains in the Greater DC area! Read the full article here.
Our “lovable local Persian chain” was mentioned in DC Eater in a piece spotlighting our Lunch Sampler special.
WTOP briefly covered the tragic passing of Moby Dick’s founder, Mike Daryoush.
Moby Dick stopped by FOX 5 News to promote our Lunch Sampler special.
Foodservice Monthly covered the 2019 RAM awards –including Moby Dick’s win for “Favorite Fast Casual Restaurant.”
Bethesda Magazine spoke about our 2019 RAM win for “Favorite Fast Casual Restaurant.”
The Restaurant Association of Maryland named Moby Dick House of Kabob as the winner of the 2019 Favorite Fast Casual Restaurant award!
As part of their coverage for the 2019 RAMMYs, Moby Dick was mentioned on WTOP as the recipient of the Honorary Milestone RAMMY Award.
Bethesda Magazine wrote about Moby Dick’s Honorary Milestone RAMMY Award win.
The Washington Business Journal touches on Moby Dick’s 2019 Milestone RAMMY award, which honored our 30 years of service.
Moby Dick was mentioned in the Washington City Paper’s 2019 Food Issue as part of their feature on local immigrant owned restaurants.
Moby Dick House of Kabob was the winner of the 2019 RAM award for “Favorite Fast Casual Restaurant.” Read all about it here!
Bethesda Magazine covers how Moby Dick was honored by the Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington for being a longstanding local restaurant.
Bethesda Magazine’s mentions Moby Dick’s RAM win for “Favorite Fast Casual Restaurant.”
WTOP covers the 30th anniversary of Moby Dick House of Kabob, chronicling the story of our founding.
Moby Dick was nominated for Maryland’s “favorite fast casual restaurant” award. Check out Patch Columbia’s site for more information.
Baltimore Post-Examiner’s Eddie Applefield visited the B&O Railroad Museum and stopped for lunch at Moby Dick House of Kabob.
Patch covers the DC winners for the RAMMYs, including a win by Moby Dick. Learn more about our “Favorite Fast Bites” win here.
Washington Business Journal has the 411 on the RAMMYs. Learn more about Moby Dick’s 2018 win for “Favorite Fast Bites” by clicking on the link.
ARLnow reports on Arlington’s RAMMY winners, including Moby Dick House of Kabob.
Everyone’s talking about Moby Dick’s win for “Favorite Fast Bite” at the 2018 RAMMYs, including Patch. Check out the article to find out about all the Montgomery County winners.
Which restaurant won a 2018 RAMMY for “Favorite Fast Bites?” The answer: Moby Dick. Read Bethesda Magazine’s report here.
Check out the Washingtonian’s coverage on the 2018 RAMMY Awards, including Moby Dick’s win for “Favorite Fast Bites.”
Ever wonder how Moby Dick House of Kabob got its start? DC Eater has the scoop here, detailing the story of our founder, Mike Daryoush, and his incredible restaurateur dream come true.
WTOP covers Moby Dick’s new Hampden location, detailing our excitement to branch out to the Baltimore area.
Baltimore Magazine mentions a new Moby Dick’s location in The Rotunda Hampden area.
The Baltimore Sun explains how we’ve raised the bar with our new Baltimore location and rebrand.
Baltimore Magazine’s Corey McLaughlin recounts his first visit to Moby Dick, detailing how our “delectable” food is quickly turning him into a Moby Dick’s regular.
The workers are nice and will remind you which items are halal and which aren’t if you are curious. They are really helpful about whatever questions you ask, so don’t be shy…When I first bit into [my food], it was easy to eat, not too tender, and the best part was that my meal came with two!
…Every client is thrilled when they see I’ve brought Moby Dick – everything is fresh, hot and the portions are perfect. I think we are nearing working on almost 100+ catering orders together over the last year and I am still blown away by the level of customer service I receive.
We order from here all the time (though I generally do pickup). I love the spicy chicken kebab…
This is a great spot for an impromptu friends’ dinner or to feed a hungry family.
[I’ve] been here a couple times lately after a hiatus. It’s still so good. For an average eater, I would say you can get two meals out of their entree plates. I got the combo two (chicken and beef) with salad was completely fresh. So good.
Really can’t go wrong here. It’s casual dining but the food is really tasty and quick. The chicken kubideh was flavorful tender and juicy. Deliciously seasoned with a kiss of char that just makes your taste buds go [crazy]!
Can’t believe this is a chain. Everything they make is very tasty and reasonably priced. I usually go to the Pikesville location, they do a great job with catering for office lunch and family meals, I get both. Manager is as hardworking and efficient as you can find.
…My spicy ground chicken kabob was so amazing and my joojeh (chicken breast) kabob was perfectly cooked – moist and juicy. Shirazi salad was fresh and palate cleansing. Barely made a dent in my meal so took the rest home for lunch and dinner tomorrow. Thanks Moby for another amazing meal!!!
[Lorton VA] is the best Moby Dick around Northern Virginia hands down! Food is always on point and service is even better…Definitely give this spot a try, you won’t regret it!
…Wow. All of the food we ordered was so good! I got the chicken kabobs and my husband got a combo with a lamb kabob and the ground beef kabob. All of the meat was very flavorful, tender, and juicy…We will probably be making another stop at Moby Dick before we fly home!
I’ve had a lot of kabob in my life, and this place hands down is the best up and down the coast. I’ve been here several times, each time trying some variation of kabob. My favorite is the jujeh kabob (chicken)- it is juicy, flavorful, and tender to eat. I’ll be back for more the next time I’m in DC