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Posted by Allison on 03/28/2014
Moby Dick has the best food on the block, but doesn't get too crowded. It's a hidden little gem!
Posted by Plaid123 on 03/14/2014
We are on vacation and this place is near our kid's college. We loved their special tea, the hummus was the best along with the light pita for dipping. The wraps were full of tasty meat and every bite was a delight. The owners were warm and humble.
Posted by Khal on 07/23/2012
Very nice restaurant to empty your pockets. I mean really, prices are just ridiculous and almost insulting. Wouldnt come here again or recommend it.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/07/2010
This is a great Persian restaurant!
Posted by alex on 08/27/2009
I have been looking for a good persian restaurant in Boston for a year. Moby Dick has it all: GREAT food, nice atmosphere, nice value for your dollars, and very good service. The owner is very charming and really cares of you. The place is very clean and this is a great plus! They also do deliveries at night from 10.00pm till 2.30am in the morning on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. I have visited several persian restaurants around the world and I would say this one ranks among the top.. definitely recommended! Try their Ghormeh Sabzi, it's one of the best you could ever try!!
Posted by Scobes on 04/23/2009
Some things: 1. Everything here is fresh and organic. Moti (owner) purchases everything from Whole Foods. This may explain the pricing issue other reviewers had, but I'll pay the bit extra for good healthy food. 2. It looks like a hole in the wall. Seriously, the decor leaves much to be desired indoors and outdoors. That being said, don't judge the place on that. 3. It's GREAT food. I discovered it by accident, and I;m glad I did. It's traditional, mouth-watering, AMAZING Persian food. Not to miss! 4. Moby Dick was an old kabob house in Tehran. Now kabob houses everywhere called themselved Moby Dick in keeping with that tradiation. It's a weird name at first glance, but is a fun little story. Ask the family that owns the establishment, they're very nice and will explain it in greater detail.
Posted by Pasha on 10/04/2007
Like others have pointed out, it's way too little, for way too much. Got a C+ kebab, with overcooked rice for 18$. Minty, runny yogurt on the side, and a stale bread. Wish they would try a little harder, and drop the prices in half...