The low prices make this restaurant an obvious favorite for The George Washington University students, and it sits in power
digs behind The Mall at 2000 Pennsylvania Avenue. Try the fish taco, a masterpiece of spice, onion, corn crunch, lime-cilantro
slaw, pico de gallo, and mahi mahi. Fresh produce reigns in the Bean Basic gourmet burrito--low-fat black beans, rice, lettuce,
and tomato; add grilled spinach or vegetables for a little extra).
You can stuff yourself like a Christmas goose at Moby Dick for less than $10. The menu is complicated, but don't be put off. Just order a kabob with your favorite meat or veggie. Take the Kabob-E Joojeh: Skinless chunks of tender, juicy chicken with a caramelized crust come with your choice of yogurt-cucumber sauce, salad, rice, or bread. Absolutely order the Mast-o Kheyar (99 cents, small), yogurt mixed with chopped cucumber, which should be used as a dipping sauce for the fresh, warm pita bread.