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Japan curry house tries luck with true connoisseurs -- in India

Ichibanya opens first restaurant in New Delhi

Ichibanya's Indian restaurant will serve curry containing no pork or beef. (Photo from CoCo Ichibanya's Facebook account)

TOKYO -- Japanese curry chain operator Ichibanya opened its first restaurant in India on Monday, betting that its own version of the popular dish will be well-received in its birthplace.

The eatery, in a commercial complex on the outskirts of New Delhi, was originally supposed to open in the spring. But the launch was delayed by the new coronavirus.

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