Friday, November 27, 2015

Tiffin in expansion mode, opening 3 in NJ

The South Philadelphia "bistro" will become a Tiffin.

Tiffin in expansion mode, opening 3 in NJ

Tiffin Bistro at 11th and Federal is being reflagged as a Tiffin. ( DAVID M WARREN / Staff Photographer )
Tiffin Bistro at 11th and Federal is being reflagged as a Tiffin. ( DAVID M WARREN / Staff Photographer )

After a quiet period, Munish Narula is making moves with his Tiffin empire of casual Indian restaurants.

First off,  the South Philadelphia Tiffin Bistro has become a regular Tiffin - keeping its liquor license but changing the menu to reflect the locations on Girard Avenue, and in Bryn Mawr, Wynnewood, Mount Airy and Elkins Park.

He's also opening three locations in New Jersey:

In Echo Shoppes in Voorhees (September)

In Greentree Place in Cherry Hill (September)

At 249 Route 10 in East Hanover (October)


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