Biryani Park Closes in Malden

Biryank Park, a restaurant known for Sri Lankan and South Indian cuisine, has closed in Malden.

Biryani Park in Malden. Credit: Mark Ouellette
Biryani Park in Malden. Credit: Mark Ouellette
Biryank Park, a restaurant known for their Sri Lankan and South Indian cuisine, has closed in Malden, according to a notice posted to the front door at the establishment. 

"Dear Biryani Park customers, The Biryani Park restaurant in Malden has closed. We are looking for a new location and hope to reopen soon," reads the notice. 

"We want to thank all of our regular customers for your support over the years. It has truly been a joy serving you our unique blend of South Indian and Sri Lankan foods. We will miss you while we are closed and look forward to serving you again in the future," continues the message.

The message concluded by asking customers interested in the restaurant's future to follow their plans on the Biryani Park website before wishing them a happy New Year.

Biryani Park, which opened in 2011 and operated at 105 Broadway, offered a variety of services to customers, including taking reservations, walk-ins, take out, delivery, catering and waiter service, according to the restaurant's Facebook page.

Ninety percent of the menu was gluten-free, and the restaurant also served organic Halal meat and vegan dishes, according to their website.

No one was at the restaurant when Malden Patch visited the establishment Monday afternoon, and a food truck and shuttle owned by the business were parked in the lot. Attempts to reach the business by phone were unsuccessful. 

It's unclear when, and why, Biryani Park closed.

What are your thoughts about Biryani Park closing in Malden? Let us know by posting a comment below.
David Marsters January 15, 2014 at 07:49 AM
Is this the old D&D produce bldg.? If so, what happened to the produce co. Great produce and subs there.
Matthew January 15, 2014 at 08:16 AM
Yes Dave it is the old D&D building. No idea why they went out a few years back. They did have good produce.
jirkyrick January 15, 2014 at 09:24 AM
I dont know anyone that has ever been there, was it any good. It looked like a dump from the outside. how could attract diners looking like that?
Kelley January 15, 2014 at 10:59 AM
I have eaten there and I enjoyed the meal. Their closing could come down to location, location, location. The only other things too were that if you sat in the middle of the restaurant on a cold day you caught a major draft as the door opened. And if you had to use the restroom you got a view of the kitchen which looked a little unkempt. I know restaurant kitchens get crazy busy, but there just seemed to be too many used pots around in such a small space.


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