Malden News

Joti Palace welcomes Malden Reads diners

Joti_Palace_logoMalden Reads is excited to announce the return of the Malden Eats Community Dining series.  We invite you to share a convivial meal, at the same time exploring themes related this year’s Malden Reads selection, “The Martian” by Andy Weir. You do not need to have read the book to attend.

On Tuesday, March 8 at 7 p.m., join fellow Maldonians for a fun and relaxing meal at Joti Palace, located at 308 Main Street.

Enjoy authentic Indian food in the heart of Malden Center on Main Street. Joti Palace features a wide variety of flavorful low-fat and gluten-free eats. The restaurant boasts a Thali menu, a fusion of Indian and Nepalese staples, including cold and hot appetizers, soups, combination dinners, special dinners and specialty rice dishes made from fresh, organic grown produce, meats and seasoning.

Joti Palace has been an Indian food staple in Malden since 2000. In fact, they are celebrating their 16-year anniversary serving the community the day before the Malden Eats dinner.

The menu for the March 8 dinner will include three options including a vegetable spinach dish, chicken masala and lamb curry. All three entrees will be served with basmati rice coupled with their trademark naan, over oven-baked flatbread. The owners of Joti Palace are eager to welcome back previous customers to the restaurant and introduce the cuisine to new customers.

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Space is limited, so reservations with the restaurant are highly recommended. Call 781-388-2448 by Sunday, March 6 to make your reservation. Be sure to specify that you are with the Malden Reads dinner.  Those unable to honor their reservations are asked to cancel so the next person on the list can attend.  The meal will cost $15 not including tax, tip, and beverage.

For more information about the Malden Reads program and events, to see a calendar view of events, or to download a printable brochure, visit MaldenReads.org.

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Sam Baltrusis, author of "Ghosts of Boston," "Ghosts of Salem" and "13 Most Haunted in Massachusetts," is the former editor-in-chief of several regional publications including Spare Change News, Scout Somerville and Scout Cambridge. He has been featured as Boston's paranormal expert on the Biography Channel's Haunted Encounters and has been a featured speaker at various local venues, including the Massachusetts State House.

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