Tigris Grill - Oakton

$10 for $20 Worth of Middle Eastern Cuisine at Tigris Grill

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$10 for $20 Worth of Middle Eastern Cuisine at Tigris Grill

Fine Print

  • Limit 3 per person (May buy for yourself and/or as gifts)
  • Limit 1 per table
  • Dine in or carry out
  • Not valid with lunch specials or any other offers
  • Expires January 26, 2012
  • Daily special FAQ


  • 'Best New Restaurant' 2009 by Northern Virginia Magazine
  • Fresh, all-natural ingredients
  • Dine in or carryout
  • Vegetarian selections
  • Reasonable pricing
  • Soup and salad options

2946-P Chain Bridge Road, Oakton, VA 22124
703-255-5950 | website | map

What's better than a great deal? How about a great deal on an already amazing delectable deal: $10 for $20 worth of traditional Middle Eastern cuisine from Tigris Grill.

Owner Mowafak Ashagra (aka Mofi) brings to life traditional Iraqi cuisine to NoVA with fresh, all-natural ingredients, halal meats and tasty vegetarian selections that emerge from the charcoal grill roasted and seasoned to perfection.

Beef Tikka ($7.95) with grilled marinated chunks of filet mignon is just one of the tantilizing array of sandwiches wrapped in Tigris's signature fresh bread with tahini or tsatziki sauce offered.

Ideal for your dinner appetite, grilled or sautéed platters like Grilled Salmon ($11.95) are accompanied by your choice of two side dishes or appetizers.

Even the starter portions of appetizers and soups aren't short on taste. Baba Ghanouj ($4.75) fuses charcoal grilled eggplant with tahini, garlic, lemon and olive oil. Traditional Iraqi Soup ($3.50) features lentils immersed in a homemade chicken broth and onion.

Vegetarians need love too! The Vegetarian Kebab ($7.95) or Falafel Sandwich ($5.95) are tasty options for herbivores and omnivores alike.


Northern Virginia Magazine Review

The Iraqi transplant (owner Mowafak Ashagra) has garnered a cult following amid ethnic-dining enthusiasts by serving up assorted specialty dishes (knobby lamb shanks appear most weekends) and Persian comfort foods (citrus-soaked salads, charcoal-fired kebabs) -Warren Rojas, Northern Virginia Magazine Dining Editor

Yelp User Reviews
I know Iraqi food and this is the best grilled Iraqi food I've had so far in DC and the best kababs period, my wife liked the chicken tika (chunks) very nice different grill flavour I guess it comes from the natural coals they use, and the falafil are perfect especially with a side of hummus. -Moe K.

As a vegetarian, I'm used to ordering falafel at places because it's my only option. Tigris, though, makes the most amazing falafel. I honestly don't know what they do to it that makes it so tasty, but even if I ate meat, I'd have a hard time ordering anything else. -Stephen H.

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