Articles tagged with: Restaurants in Malden

Savor Locally Roasted Coffee at Bikeeny Caffe

Bikeeny Caffe is named for its signature pastry. A bikeeny is a European pastry encased in a flaky dough and stuffed with fruits, cheese, or nuts. It's a popular treat in Moldova, the eastern European country from which the cafe's owners hail. You'll always find a variety of bikeenies on the menu at Bikeeny Caffee.

It just opened in Malden a few months ago with a mix of European and American eats and coffee drinks. In addition to bikeenies, the menu also offers breakfast sammies stuffed with sweet or savory ingredients, smoothies made from scratch, and a small selection of lunchtime sandwiches. If you're a coffee connoisseur, you'll appreciate the fact that Bikeeny Cafe's beans come from local micro-roaster the Hogan Brothers. They roast java in small batches and then deliver it to the cafe within 48 hours, so you can always expect a fresh cup.

Meet Friends for Brunch at Exchange Street Bistro

Sunday brunch is one of the best excuses to gather around the table with family or friends and enjoy some time together. Exchange Street Bistro provides the perfect backdrop for this tradition every weekend. Starting at 11 a.m. each Sunday morning, foodies flock to the eatery for innovative morning dishes.

For example, the chef crafts an omelet stuffed with fresh Maine lobster, mozzarella, basil, and tomato. The French toast features gooey caramelized bananas and whipped cream on top. The breakfast pizza showcases eggs scrambled with ham, jack cheddar cheese, spinach, and potatoes, all drizzled with hollandaise sauce. If you want a more traditional brunch bite, try the eggs Benedict, the eggs with home fries and toast, or the fluffy buttermilk pancakes sprinkled with seasonal berries and crowned with a fluffy dollop of whipped cream.

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