Japanese dining chain curries favour with Indian market

One of Japan’s most popular restaurant chains is embarking on what could become one of the all-time crowning achievements of salesmanship — selling curry to India.Coco Ichibanya has more than 1,400 locations worldwide but its owners are eager to find a foothold in the world’s second-biggest nation, and favour among a middle class with a growing appetite for international food.But it remains to be seen whether its own signature curry dish — a distinctive, thick brown sauce and sticky white rice — can lure diners accustomed to local varieties honed over thousands of years.”We are not here to …

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