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As Curry Up Now gears up for growth later in 2020 and beyond, it is expanding in a market that as of late has been saturated with Indian fast-casual.

San Francisco-based fast-casual Indian chain Curry Up Now looks to rapidly expand following a major investment from Liquid 2 Ventures

The brand featuring Indian street food with a twist, plans to double in size by the end of the year

With no formal culinary background or training, Akash Kapoor and his team of entrepreneurs opened Curry Up Now, based in San Francisco, as a food truck serving Indian comfort food with a global twist in 2009. Now the restaurant chain is at 11 units and counting (including three food trucks), has started franchising, and plans to double in size by the end of 2020 with new locations coming to Newark, N.J.; Atlanta, Ga.; and San Diego. Curry Up Now also announced in January a new investment from

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