An odd name (what does the Great White Whale have to do with kabobs or Persia?), but a great place.
I’ve been eating the kabobs at Moby Dick for close to two decades. I’ve introduced friends and family to the place, and I’ll continue going back.
While the service, prices and food are all excellent here (at least by the standards of a casual eating establishment), it’s really all about the food here. Whether you order a kabob platter or sandwich, or one of the daily specials, there’s no skimping. The meats are all nicely seasoned, grilled to perfection and bursting with flavor. The flat bread comes right out of the tandoor-style oven and is a perfect accompaniment to the rich kabobs. If you order a platter, be sure to ask for some of the ta-dig, the crust that forms on the bottom of the rice pot. It’s a crispy treat with a texture that complements the rice.
The drill here … line up at the counter, place your order and pay for it, then find a table and wait for your number to be called. There’s no table service here, and only soft drinks, and you have to bus your tray when you leave. Like I said, casual dining. But it’s always busy, especially at lunch time, and it never fails to delight.
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