Indian fast-casual restaurants spice up the segment
Betting that American consumers are hungry for new ethnic flavors, entrepreneurs across the country are racing to develop what could be the first national chain to offer Indian food in a fast-casual setting. Full-service mom-and-pop operators have long dominated the landscape of Indian restaurants across America, but this new wave of chain concepts aims to offer the same flavors with limited-service speed and price points. Bombay Bowl in Denver; Chutney Joe’s Indian Diner in Chicago; ...
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