Casual Middle Eastern Dining
Moe’s Grill offers a great selection of entrées, soups and salads
Delicious fried balls of ground chickpeas are but one of the delectable dishes available at Moe’s Middle Eastern Grill. The menu offers a gorgeous selection of freshly chopped salads, like the salata arabiya, salata fattoush, salata khiyar wa rayeb (a cucumber yogurt salad) and the salata bil tahiniah, a zingy, flavorful combination of diced tomatoes, cucumbers, parsley and tart tahini dressing. All priced at $4.99, the salads complement Moe’s sandwiches, soups and entrées.
Served with rice or salad and a bowl of soup, Moe’s main offerings range from grilled lamb shish kebabs ($12.99), chopped beef shawerma ($11.99), and minced beef kofta ($11.99), to lighter options like baitinjan bil furun (baked eggplant dish, $7.99) and the filling vegetarian platter ($9.95).
One of the restaurant’s most popular entrées, the vegetarian platter includes one hot appetizer, four cold starters, a small side salad and a homemade bowl of lentil soup. Beautifully presented and thoughtfully prepared, Moe’s eclectic assortment of hot and cold starters includes kibbeh (pan-fried meatballs), batata harra (spicy diced potatoes with red peppers), kulaj (grilled pita bread and halloumi cheese), hummus, mtabal (grilled eggplant with green and red peppers), baba ganouj (puréed eggplant with tahini, garlic and lemon juice), and imshakal, a small plate of olives, pickles and pickled turnips that perfectly accompanies most of Moe’s often-overlooked Palestinian fare.
Moe’s Middle Eastern Grill
1814 N. Farwell Ave.
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