Kismet Kafe extends hours to Sundays
March 31, 2014 by James
Kismet Kafe, located on Central Street in Peabody and opened in May 2013 by Aldonna and Mario Linares from Danvers and their son Corey, recently announced that it will be expanding its hours to include Sundays serving a full menu for breakfast.
The family could well be using services like poster printing as a means to let those who already enjoy the restaurant, and those who have not tried it yet, know that they can head out and dine on a Sunday morning.
The specialty of the Kafe is popovers, and Aldonna commented that the restaurant’s recipe comes from her father. On Sundays, the popovers are used creatively in a baked egg dish, and have so far included baked eggs in popovers with an Italian theme and in a Cuban style.
Quiche, paninis, and soups are other specialties of the restaurant, along with the offerings of Atomic Café Coffee. In addition, breakfast is available all day. Just about all the menu items are homemade, a pride of Aldonna, with both gluten-free and vegetarian offerings always available. Aldonna is a part-time chef-instructor at Eurostoves in Beverly, from where she gets many of her ideas.
Aldonna said she chose the location in Peabody when she saw the opportunity to purchase the entire building and its contents and give it a new look and feel, including a new lunch counter.