Hindu food lovers will now be able to buy products from the Naans & Curries supermarkets, a restaurant that expands to this niche market later this year.
Their dishes are made with many natural condiments; On their menu they include an important variety of options for vegetarians
Cook to please the palate and heart, beyond making an economic profit. That is the philosophy of Kapil Gulati, an entrepreneur from India who fell in love with Costa Rica and founded Naans & Curries restaurant here, first in Santa Ana and most recently in Curridabat.
"We lived in Costa Rica for six years, we liked the weather, we found very good schools for our children, but we lacked Indian food. We opened the restaurant mainly thinking about our family. For us the first thing was that we liked their food, "explained Gulati.
The opening of a restaurant of Naans & Curries and Taj Mahal for each year is the bet that the representatives of the brand have, after the recent acquisition of the restaurant of Indian food, Taj Mahal.
The purchase of the latter meant an investment of $ 1 million.
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The new premises will be located in the Central Valley, however the specific areas are still unknown.
The next location would be ready in about six months.
The plan of the opening is three years.
"People in general feel that Indian food is spicy, but the fact is that Indian food is very aromatic and tasty. A very well prepared Indian dish spoon reveals several flavors in the mouth," said Kapil Gulati one of the representatives .
To date they employ 38 employees, of whom some are chefs brought from India.
For the next months will hire 20 more people.
Naans & Curries is a new gastronomic option in Santa Ana
A new gastronomic option of India in Costa Rica appears solidly.
Let's start with Kapil Gulati, his owner, a nice and friendly hotel professional who worked in the best hotels in India and then came to occupy important positions in multinational companies.
He decides to settle in Costa Rica and forms the Indian Community in Costa Rica (CRIA), in his passage here he detects a need to contribute the traditional gastronomy of high level of his country and decides to open this delicious corner six months ago.
The report? A varied menu that offers enough options (including numerous vegetarian recipes) for those who know and those who may not be so familiar with this cuisine.