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From Delhi to London, the team behind Flavors Of India learned the art of Indian cuisine by catering to the crowds back home and at various 5-star hotels, meaning that you can count on a superlative Indian dining experience here. Flavors Of India’s Hounslow outlet is located along the High Street, one of three such restaurants in London – yet another testament to the success of the dishes on offer. Traditional decor, including a reception desk fashioned from the front of an Indian bus, rounds off a truly authentic night of Indian indulgence.
My experience at flavours of india was superb. Food was awesome and so was the interiors. I will give it a 10 on 10 scale
Staff was good but the service can be improved . Food is very good. I am very happy with quality of the food and will like to visit again.
Excellenet food as usual at flavours .i think service could have been biy faster. Always love the food here and definately recommend this place to everybody
When you drop into Hounslow’s Flavors Of India, on the High Street, and open the menu, you’ll notice things begin differently here. You just have to try the monchow soup, a bit of a hidden, rare gem that is an example of Indian-Chinese cuisine. Examples like this abound at Flavors Of India (there’s even a Chinese menu) and this is because the geniuses in the kitchen are well-trained, and award-winning. The Hounslow outlet is the second of Flavors Of India’s three restaurants, the first being in London’s Paddington and the third in the West End. Like the others, Hounslow’s Flavors Of India sets the backdrop for great Indian cuisine with traditional decor, with some quirky flourishes.
There’s a big list of traditional vegetarian starters available at Flavors Of India, almost outweighing the non-vegetarian list. It’s indicative of the authenticity at work here that Flavors Of India should make a point of their vegetarian starters being traditional, and that the other starters are non-vegetarian. Ultimately, it forms a tribute to India’s strong vegetarian traditions and is a testament to how genuine the Indian cuisine is at Flavors Of India. Delivery and catering across London are available, but to really enjoy the service and setting at Flavors Of India, it’s best to book a table at their High Street Hounslow premises.