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Flavors Indian Restaurant
This side of the restaurant was not in use for the lunch service. There was plenty of room here though. 6.67 Texas ratingStar
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Flavors Indian Restaurant is a table service restaurant on Belt Line Road. It has a buffet lunch and a traditional dinner service. The menu features popular Indian dishes, such as tandori and paneer as well as naan breads. There are also south Indian options and Indo-Chinese noodles.

Flavors has been around a while, but came under new management in 2012. The current management also has a few restaurants in Indonesia. As of April 2013, Flavors was BYOB, but is in the process of obtaining a liquor license. There are two large dining rooms separated by an entrance area and a buffet section. Decorations were sparse, but the tables and chairs were functional and well spaced. The restaurant also was clean and noise levels were quiet for a Wednesday lunch. The lunch buffet on Friday and weekends is slightly larger than during the week and a bit more expensive.

A buffet is a good way to try out a restaurant because one can sample a variety of dishes and then head back for seconds on the good stuff. The buffet dishes were well labeled and were quickly replenished as items were consumed. If you like spicy food or curry, you will find plenty of options here. Second helpings included both chicken masala and spicy beans. The chicken was well cooked and tasty with mild spices. The beans were extra spicy and also tender, easy to chew. Flavors provided tiny soup bowls and of the two soup options a lentil was better. It had a pumpkin/bean flavor that complemented other dishes. However a carrot/green pepper soup had a thick viscosity that made it less appetizing. Naan bread was average tasting and a bit hard to chew. The gulab jamun dessert though was strong; a type of fried donut and honey which made for a potent combination. A sweet carrot dessert was like sweet potatoes and was unusual but relatively tasty. While Flavors is not at the level of India Palace, the food was appetizing and with quick service and an $11.00 price tag, it worked for a weekday lunch.
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