- ELEarlLGreater Boston •1 review5.0Dined 2 days agoThe food here is always exceptional along with the service. Patty was our waitress. Very pleasant and personable, and did an excellent job taking care of us. This is one of my favorite restaurants in the north end of Boston. This is my favorite Italian restaurant , and an amazing steakhouse.More infoBriccoPrice: Expensive• Italian• North End•4.6
- OTOpenTable DinerGreater Boston •1 review5.0Dined on Nov 30, 2023Exchange Street Bistro was a lovely place to eat. Danielle served us at the bar and she was both welcoming and efficient. We were part of a large party and got our great food in a timely way .A wonderful experience all around!More infoExchange Street BistroPrice: Moderate• American• Malden•4.7
- DDianaGreater Boston •1 review4.0Dined on Jan 2, 2023Truffle Mac & cheese was swimming in oil.More infoSalt + StonePrice: Expensive• American• Somerville•4.5
- XXinevipGreater Boston •11 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 1, 2023Always a go to! Went with my husband and two boys (15 and 13) on a whim and was able to get an early res for New Year’s Day. I got the gluten free pasta with truffle sauce and mushrooms - chef’s kiss amazing - and everyone else had their own lobster ravioli dishes - yes, that good!! We CRAVE this place. Make a res through Open Table to make seating easier, then head to Dolce at the corner for gelato and/or and affogato for dessert :) You won’t be disappointed.More infoTrattoria Il PaninoPrice: Moderate• Italian• North End•4.4
- KMKimberlyMvipGreater Boston •6 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 1, 2023Our server, Adam, was great!More infoEarls Kitchen + Bar - Assembly RowPrice: Expensive• American• Somerville•4.3
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Malden is a city with Revolutionary War roots in a diverse 21st-century community that is firmly settled north of the Mystic River and only a quick drive from Logan Airport and Boston proper. Dining options in Malden range from casual stops for students looking for after-school bites to special-event destination restaurants. Chinese food choices include corner tea houses serving bubble tea and informal snacks as well as formal Mandarin and Szechuan dining rooms. Other Asian restaurants include Vietnamese and Chinese fusion, Taiwanese barbecue and Japanese tapas served at a sake bar. Nearby are classic American diners serving breakfast favorites from the counter with eggs, waffles and breakfast potatoes on the menu. Family-owned restaurants serve southern, Italian-style lunches, dinners and take-out menus.
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The most romantic restaurant in Malden is Exchange Street Bistro
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