I ordered a Super Combo Steak/Chicken and I get home to eat Lamb and I didn t realize but tasted different and had to vomit the food, because my stomach does not agree with lamb. The cashier, not the bald one this time, even pointed and verified and repeated Steak and Chicken, but rings me up as Lamb, and I did notice he charged me for the Montgomery County Bag Tax and decides to say that I need to pay for a bag when he calls my #. Its like going to a lemonade stand with a bunch of kids running the place, not professionals who do this all day long. Come on guys stop it, get the order right, and don t act stupid when you charge me 5 cents for a bag and don t want to give me a bag.
after going there for years, they got cheap. the chicken platter comes with a large salad with two cucumbers and 5 pieces of chicken. i can' t believe they didn't lower the price. i suggest going to any other moby dick because they have different owners. $17 for two platters that are mostly lettuce. so disappointed.
As with all locations, the Moby Dick in Germantown is a great spot. Like other places, it's the combination of things that make it good - good portions, good prices (although they are getting up there in price), fast services, and great tasting food. I think the other local Germantown Kabob place, Caspian Cafe, is also worth a try. We often switch between them. While a small detail, no green peppers at Moby Dick - at Caspian, you can get a nice skewer of onions and green peppers. I think the humus at both places is good (and a little difference) and the prices and selection are about the same. After dozens of visits both remain on the list.
I love love love the food here, I get GREAT service everytime I go! I think of the thousand times I've gone there, I have had one or two times where the food just wasn't what it notmally is. But 99% of the time it is amazing and GREAT, friendly service