India’s fusion sushi craze sparkd call to ‘save’ Japanese dish from tandoori cooking and fate of Nepal’s momos

From five-star hotels to stand-alone restaurants and streetside cafes, Japanese cuisine is catching on in India as more of the country’s food lovers and chefs experiment with sushi and other favourites.The growing popularity can be seen in famed Japanese food brand Kikkoman’s recently announced plans to make its soy sauce the “ketchup of India”, and the opening of the first Indian outlet last year of CoCo Icihibanya – Japan’s largest curry restaurant chain – near New Delhi, which has attracted…


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