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Sheesh Grill – Mosaic

  • Address:
    8190 Strawberry Lane Ste 4
    Falls Church, VA 22042
  • Phone:
    (571) 282-3204
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This family-run fast-casual restaurant isn’t just another Kabob joint. Sheesh Grill’s food philosophy is based on making flavorful, natural, and delicious food accessible to the communities they serve. Ingredients are carefully chosen based on quality and sustainability.

The updated menu includes a mix of Middle Eastern flavors ranging Afghan and Persian, with familiar Mediterranean comfort foods. Exciting new dishes include: Cauliflower Shawarma roasted cauliflower florets seasoned with house made shawarma spice; Mantu beef dumplings topped with garlic yogurt and split pea tomato sauce; Addas polo fragrant Basmati rice with lentils and lamb shank; and homemade Persian Baklava topped with choice of chicken shawarma or beef + lamb gyro, served with garlic sauce, spicy cilantro ketchup, and pickled vegetables. For dessert, enjoy Faloodeh, fragrant Persian ice cream with rose water and topped with cherry compote and pistachios; or homemade Persian Baklava made from scratch with toasted walnuts. Additionally, house-made craft sodas Strawberry Mint, Ginger Turmeric, Orange Cardamom, complete any Sheesh Grill experience. Later this summer, diners can expect to find even more Persian delicacies as Chef Salehi continues to update the menu in line with the season.