Brunch at Mamaleh's

Mamaleh's Cambridge Jewish deli
Mamaleh is a Yiddish term of endearment for a young child. Mamaleh's is a new modern Jewish deli in Cambridge. Last weekend, friends and I headed across the Charles for Jewish favorites and it did not disappoint.  We ordered an array a food, which we called "Jewish tapas" (insert laughing emoji here), that satisfied sweet and savory cravings.
Mamaleh's Cambridge Jewish deli
From my Snapchat
We started out with meat knishes, blintzes (crepes stuffed with cheese and topped with a yummy & bright raspberry sauce) and classic potato latkes. My favorites were the knishes and blintzes - we loved the blintzes so much we ordered them for dessert too!
Mamaleh's Cambridge Jewish deli meat knish
Mamaleh's Cambridge Jewish deli blintzes
Mamaleh's Cambridge Jewish deli potato latkes

For my meal, like I needed it after our apps, was the sable bagel sandwich. I usually get nova lox but decided to change it up with something new to me. This smoked fish was so creamy & light and went perfectly with the dill cream cheese, pickled cucumbers, arugula, and watermelon radishes (added a great fresh crunch). My friends had the nova bagel plate, eggs over a potato hash, breakfast sandwich (challah bread!), and noodle kugel.
Mamaleh's Cambridge Jewish deli smoked fish bagel sandwich

For desserts, we had the already mentioned second order of blintzes and a slice of chocolate babka, which reminded me of a chocolate croissant - a delicious finish.
Mamaleh's Cambridge Jewish deli chocolate babka

The restaurant atmosphere is fun & upbeat. I loved the overall branding too. After eating, we explored a corner of the restaurant with a variety of Jewish novelty items for sale. These cards are so fun!
Mamaleh's Cambridge Jewish deli funny cards

Can't wait to go back for lunch and try Mamaleh's reuben sandwich (and get more blintzes)! They have a take-out deli counter too!
Mamaleh's Cambridge Jewish deli


All photos by me. This post is not sponsored or affiliated with Mamaleh's any any way- just loved the food!


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2 comments:

  1. i want all the jewish foods! yum. you guys did this brunch up right.

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  2. I've been wanting to try this place! Looks like a fancier Zaftig's!

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