Sunday, August 2, 2015

Do you like Tiffin?

How about two more locations of the Indian BYOB, coming to the Main Line.

Do you like Tiffin?

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Tiffin´s Munish Narula will have six restaurants when his latest round of expansion is finished. (Steven M. Falk/Staff file photo)
Tiffin's Munish Narula will have six restaurants when his latest round of expansion is finished. (Steven M. Falk/Staff file photo)

Tiffin's Munish Narula says he just signed a lease for a space in Wynnewood Shopping Center (50 E. Wynnewood Rd., off Lancaster Avenue) for another Tiffin. It's a former pharmacy, which will require a complete restaurant fit-out; he hopes to open in late November.

Narula says he also has a verbal agreement for a location in Bryn Mawr. He won't divulge the address until it's signed.

He is looking at the first week of October for Tiffin opening in Elkins Park Square on Old York Road.

These projects will put the Wharton grad's stable of Indian restaurants at six, including the original Tiffin at 710 W. Girard Ave., the brand-new Tiffin etc. pizzeria at 712 W. Girard, and the Tiffin at 7105 Emlen St. in Mount Airy.

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