If you crave authentic Japanese style street food, then we have some good news for you! Get a flavour of authentic Japanese cuisine in the capital as CoCo ICHIBANYA, the world’s largest Japanese curry chain, launches its first outlet in New Delhi at Select CityWalk. The brand launched its first restaurant in India in Gurugram’s Cyberhub in 2020.
CoCo ICHIBANYA is spread across 12 countries including China, California, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam, the United Kingdom and more.
They serve up comfort food for those of you who wish to explore a wholesome Japanese culinary experience beyond just sushi and ramen. From a delicious selection of appetizers and curries to udon noodles and dorias, at Coco Ichibanya you can also customize your dish as per your liking by choosing the level of spiciness, the quantity of rice, any extra topping for that extra flavour punch. What’s more, CoCo ICHIBANYA is adapting to Indian flavours. The chain is also bringing its interpretation of chicken keema curry and paratha curry set with a Japanese spin.
Offering a variety of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes 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 available. All curries are served with Japanese sticky rice.
A modern, contemporary, European interior design give Japanese traditions a refreshing makeover. The use of white tiles ties it to a typical Yoshoku restaurant.
“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 Indian tastes and preferences. Moreover, the idea that anyone can enjoy authentic Japanese because it is non-sushi, non-sashimi is quite exciting for me and the entire CoCoICHI team. It is the perfect option for curry and spice lovers who are keen to try something different from the typical Indian and Mediterranean curries. We are also excited to see how customers will react to the customizable options we have for our curries as such a system does not yet exist at Indian restaurants,” said Mr. Devesh Srivastava, Chief Executive Officer of CoCo ICHIBANYA, India.