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UPDATED: Tiffin owner planning new Indian spot for South Philly

tiffinMunish Narula, whose seven-restaurant empire dominates the Indian scene in Philly, is planning a Tiffin Bistro for South Philly, Foobooz reports.

After a series of profitable quarters for TashanMunish Narula is getting back to opening restaurants. His next restaurant will not be a Tiffin or a Tashan, but rather a Tiffin Bistro, slated for South Philadelphia. Narula declined to reveal the exact location until the lease was signed but did fill us in on several other details.

One confident-sounding commenter suggested that it would be going into the former Kris, which we just told you this morning that it was closing after a year and a half at 11th and Federal streets.

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Kris restaurant at 11th and Federal calls it quits

Kris Restaurant

Kris, the restaurant that opened at 11th and Federal in November 2011, is closing, according to a post on its Facebook page.

“We are sorry to say but Kris is now closed. All gift certificates from Kris will be honored at Stogie Joe’s Tavern. Thank you.”

Owner Kristian Leuzzi, who also owns Stogie’s at Passyunk and Moore, in case you couldn’t tell, opened Kris as a more casual successor to white-tablecloth Kristian’s, which held down that corner for several years.

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Kris building for sale, but what’s it mean?

The building housing Kris restaurant at 11th and Federal has been put up for sale, but it’s not clear if that will mean any changes there.
Old listing picture doesn’t even have new Kris logo
Restaurant owner Kristian Leuzzi, who also owns Stogie Joe’s at Passyunk and Moore, said in a quick phone conversation that his dad, Dominic, owns the building and that he’s not sure why he listed it. Kristian stressed, though, that business is good and that there are no plans to close.
The real-estate listing doesn’t instill a lot of hope though, billing the bricks as a “turn-key operation” for $839,900.

GREAT INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY!! Turn key operation, restaurant plus four 1 bedroom apartments above. Restaurant has seating capacity for 70 people, 48 in main dining room, 6 at bar and 16 outside ( outside seating is built into sidewalk). Kitchen features all top of the line equipment. All apartments are modern and in great shape, each rented for $800. Roof installed just 2 years ago. Liquor license is optional and can be purchased for additional $70K. Possible owner financing.

We’ll see what this means for Kris, which just opened about a year ago, replacing the more formal Kristian’s. Maybe nothing?

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