Casual Middle Eastern Dining
Moeâ€™s Grill offers a great selection of entrĂ©es, soups and salads
Delicious fried balls of ground chickpeas are but one of the delectable dishes available at Moeâ€™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 Moeâ€™s sandwiches, soups and entrĂ©es.
Served with rice or salad and a bowl of soup, Moeâ€™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 restaurantâ€™s most popular entrĂ©es, 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, Moeâ€™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 (purĂ©ed eggplant with tahini, garlic and lemon juice), and imshakal, a small plate of olives, pickles and pickled turnips that perfectly accompanies most of Moeâ€™s often-overlooked Palestinian fare.
Moeâ€™s Middle Eastern Grill
1814 N. Farwell Ave.
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