Biryani owner says royal bistro could be closed by the end of this week
The owner of a royal biyani house in the Bologna suburb of L’Aquila has told reporters that the house could close by the weekend.
It comes after the owner of the royal bazaar, named as Fernando, said his shop would not open for business on Thursday due to the death of the owner’s daughter.
“She was in a very bad condition and there was no possibility of her being able to open the shop because the house was under construction,” Fernando said, according to Corriere della Sera.
“The only thing left is to keep the place open until next week, to be exact.”
In a statement, L’Amici said the royal house is currently under construction and is currently undergoing an inspection.
“Due to the tragic news about the owner, the royal estate will not be opening for business tomorrow,” the statement said.
“As such, we are asking all the local community to respect the safety of the residents.”
“In addition, the L’Ambici royal bryancaria will continue to be open on Monday, with a special gift to the local people,” it added.
The owner of Federico l’Ambico told Corriero that his bryanchi house would remain open until the end of the week.
“There is a lot of work to be done in the area, and as we have to be in the royal area, I have no choice but to keep it open until then,” Federico said.
He added that it would be very difficult to open a new shop because of the family’s medical condition.
Fernandos family is a family of Italian immigrants and it has been a favourite spot for tourists and locals to gather.
On Thursday morning, Federico and his wife, Lucia, resigned from their jobs at the Royal Bazaar, where they run a bistros for the past 10 years.
The couple are also members of a local family and had previously been working for the royal family as a royal chef.
The royal family and the royal’s staff have since offered their condolences to Federico, Lucia and their family.