The team behind the hugely successful Flavors of India group of restaurants are rightly proud of their popularity in London. At the Paddington incarnation on Gloucester Terrace, Craven Road, diners are treated to the full Flavors experience, complete with kitsch Indian bus in-situ in the dining room. This flagship restaurant is ground zero in the Flavors empire, opening first in 2006, with the Hounslow and West End branches springing up in 2009 and 2011 respectively.
A gem of an Indian restaurant, just a few minutes walk from Paddington station. The menu offers a wide range of dishes, many not often found in the average Indian restaurant.
The service and food were both outstanding! I highly recommend Flavors of India!
The team behind Flavors on India on Gloucester Terrace, Craven Road have some serious pedigree when it comes to food. The team started serving up food way back in 1996 in New Dehli and moved over to London in the new millennium. The team cut their teeth in India and London, cooking in some of the capital’s finest five-star hotel restaurants on the way. In their dining room they endeavor to provide the very best service to match the excellent food that the kitchen consistently delivers.
Flavors on India on Gloucester Terrace, Craven Road know the key to great Indian food is subtle flavours. There is nothing more off-putting for a diner than being over powered by spice. Of course, there’s plenty of heat on offer at Flavors, but it never comes are the expense of the subtlety of the dish. Try the saag gohst with spinach and lamb for an example of spicy and nuanced Indian cooking, or opt for one of the restaurant’s many vegetarian options instead. There’s plenty to be excited about at Flavours of India in Paddington, which goes a long way to explaining the chain’s longevity.