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Addicted to Curry

Alt titles: Karei naru Shokutaku, Curry naru Shokutaku

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Yui Sonezaki is in a bind. When her father left for Singapore years ago to perfect his curry technique, she was left in charge of Curry House Cooking Ganesha by herself. Now, with business dwindling, Yui will soon have to close down the shop - that is, until she suddenly comes across a starving man in the street! His name is Makito and he's a friend of her father, not to mention his curry skills are unprecedented. Together, the two decide to give Ganesha another try and make it the best curry shop around. However, many challenges stand in their way such as preventing the Suirei Corporation from taking them over, taking place in epic curry battles, training new staff and even competing with a local crepemobile!

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I'll be honest - Kitchen Princess and Addicted to Curry probably don't have the same core audience. KP is definitely lighter shoujo, while Addicted to Curry is far more high octane with a good amount of ecchi. Regardless though, both have long, drawn out discussions of food - how many manga out there do that? Certainly not many, so if you can handle the change in demographic, these are a good fit.

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