The kati roll lawsuit

Have you ever eaten a kati roll? They are delish — Indian street food that’s sort of like a burrito, but with an Indian bread wrap and Indian fillings.

Well, the lady who opened the kati roll shop where I had my kati roll(s) − in the Village − is suing another, newer kati roll shop for trademark infringement.

Here’s the Times story: Popular Snack on India’s Streets Is at the Heart of a Manhattan Court Fight –

And go eat a kati roll. The shop is modest in the extreme, really only one step up from a food cart, but you can bear the absence of ambiance for the presence of yum.

By the way, the writer of this article is Tatiana Schlossberg, Caroline Kennedy’s daughter, who has developed a career as a journalist, now with the Times.

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