Indian and Sri Lankan Food Rounds out Malden Reads Community Dinner Series
The final stop on our culinary tour of Malden, and the world, stops at Biryani Park. The restaurant, at the SNS market, 105 Broadway (Rt 99) features the dynamic cuisines of Sri Lanka, and Southern India. This last community dinner will take place Tuesday, April 24th at 7:00 and will cost $15, not including tax, gratuity, and drinks.
Biryani Park prides itself on cooking healthy, authentic cuisine prepared with the freshest, top quality, organic ingredients. Pramilla Mathews describes the preparations as “healthy and straight from the heart”. A Sri Lankan native, Mathews and her chef, South Indian Veeramuchu Managati clearly love talking about their refined, carefully prepared food. The cuisines of Sri Lanka and Southern India tend to offer food that is gently steamed, rather than cooked in Ghee (clarified butter) found in much of Northern Indian cooking, It is redolent with savory, aromatic spice blends, coconut milk, and often features fresh seafood. These cuisines are also renowned for their treatment of vegetables; it is a healthful and balanced cuisine.
Like most of our community dinners, this one will feature a tasting menu with several courses, allowing us to taste a range of the savory offerings from this refined and time honed cuisine. Tea will be served and included in the price of the meal.
Malden Eats, and everyone from Malden Reads, as well as the owners of the six local culinary jewels we have visited, thank you for your participation in the community dinner series, and encourage you to continue to support the many wonderful ethnic eateries we boast here in Malden. Reservations should be made directly with the restaurant at 781-397-1307. See you at Biryani Park!
The Community Dinner series has been organized by “Malden Eats” (organizers: David Stein and Paula Spizziri) in collaboration with Malden Reads: One City, One Book.