I went with a friend to eat at Tiffn.An Indian doctor at Penn told me it was the most authentic in the city so I've wanted to go for a while. We got lasooni tikka for an appetizer the chicken was so moist and well seasoned and the sauces were delicious as well. My friend had lamb korma which was good but lamb isn't really my jam. I had the butter chicken which was very similar to tikka masala but less spices. The chicken was once again moist but I wish it was cubed ... I'm very weird about my chicken. I also got naan which was too crispy unfortunately because I really dig some soft buttery naan. The entrees were $14-$16 which I find pricey. It is a byob so I am defiantly bringing booze next time !