Indian Restaurant To Open In Wilmington

WILMINGTON, MA — A new restaurant — specializing in falafel and other Indian cuisine — is looking to open its doors in Wilmington.

Panjam Corner will be located at 433 Main Street, at the intersections of Route 38 and 62, next to the Wilmington Commuter Rail Station, in the building that once housed Big Joe’s. More recently, the location was the home to Wilmington Kitchen, which celebrated its ribbon cutting in November 2019 but closed down several months later.

A sign on the 1,488 sq. ft. building currently reads “Opening Soon Indian Restaurant.”

While little is known publicly about this new venture yet, the owner has begun going through the permitting process with the necessary town departments. The restaurant’s floor plans, for example, are scheduled to be discussed and approved by the Wilmington Health Director and Board of Health at their next public meeting on Tuesday, March 16, 2021 at 5pm.

The property is owned by a company called “Partel Management LLC,” led by Ketan Patel and Robert Parsekian. Both men are also co-founders of a Massachusetts-based real estate investment, development and management firm called “Azad Legacy Partners LLC.” The firm specializes in “office, laboratory, hospitality and residential spaces in Greater Boston and its surrounding suburbs.”

Wilmington Apple will have have more on this story in the coming weeks.

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