Japanese restaurant chain COCO ICHIBANYA opens 2nd outlet in India

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The brand operates over 1400 outlets across cities like Tokyo, London, Los Angeles, Singapore and Bangkok.
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One of the world’s largest Japanese curry restaurant chain CoCo ICHIBANYA is expanding its footprint in India with the launch of its second outlet at My Square, the food court at Select Citywalk Mall, Saket.

Being the first of its kind Japanese restaurant chain in India, CoCo ICHIBANYA aims to create a new age revolution in India’s F&B industry by offering a wholesome Japanese culinary experience through comfort food in the form of delicious curries.

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“We are ecstatic about the launch of CoCo ICHIBANYA’s second outlet at Select Citywalk. As the name suggests, Ichibanya means number one which reflects well in our menu, services and experience. With this launch, we are bringing something new to the table, that is, <authentic but comfort> Japanese food, which is what most shoppers crave for especially after a shopping spree,” shared Devesh Srivastava, Chief Executive Officer of CoCo ICHIBANYA.

With its launch, CoCo ICHIBANYA will offer guests an authentic Japanese dining experience with a delectable selection of appetizers, curries, udon noodles and doria. Priced at Rs 600 for two, the menu consists of both non-vegetarian as well as plenty of vegetarian options, whilst ensuring the highest quality as per global standards.

Coco Ichibanya

Some of the signature dishes on the menu are Stewed Crispy Chicken Curry, Seafood Curry, Cheese Croquette Curry, Chicken Katsu Curry Udon, Shrimp Doria, and Mushroom Doria. Japanese-style toppings such as cheese croquette, chicken or shrimp cutlet, fried fish, and fried shrimp are also on offer. All curries are served with Japanese sticky rice.

CoCo ICHIBANYA is an image of a typical ‘Yoshoku’ restaurant with a refreshing European interior design, reflecting a modern take on Japanese traditions. Moreover, the restaurant is designed for maximum efficiency and therefore, it features wax replicas of their dishes to help diners make an order decision. It is also made using white tiles, which are typical for a Yoshoku restaurant.

Coco Ichibanya

“As we aim to bring a bit of Japanese culture with our world famous curries, every aspect of the outlet has been carefully designed to bring the experience of Japan, keeping in mind the Indian tastes and preferences,” he added.

The brand operates over 1400 outlets across cities like Tokyo, London, Los Angeles, Singapore and Bangkok.

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