Into the Frying Pan: In search for authenticity, restaurateurs trek to south India

Editor's note: Opening a restaurant is a herculean feat — especially when the founders have no industry experience. We're following one such journey, a couple opening a new Indian restaurant in Loudoun County, in a yearlong Washington Business Journal series we call Into the Frying Pan. This is the fourth installment; click here for Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3.

Niranjan Sathindran and Sri Ganesan wanted to know what makes a south Indian restaurant authentic. So they went to south India to find…

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