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218 Burnt Oak Broadway, Edgware, London, HA8 0AP
  • Opening times Mon–Thu & Sun 11am–11.30pm; Fri & Sat: 11am–midnight.
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  • Website www.flavours-restaurant.com
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North West London welcomes a heart and soul-warming addition to its portfolio of family and social-oriented eateries as Indian fusion restaurant, Flavours, opens its doors in Edgware. With its décor matching its fusion style food, each area of the restaurant is characteristically different, from the distinctive, yellow Chesterfield couches and white pebbled bar-front to the exposed brick walls and subdued, tea light-enhanced alcoves.

Flavours is unique in combining its carefully edited menu of delectable Indian fusion cuisine and comfortable dining backdrop with a vibrant bar environment that has no shortage of screens to enjoy both Bollywood songs and live sports. Additionally, the restaurant boasts a playing area dedicated to the infamous game of Carrom, for adults and children alike, with the aim of hosting regular Carrom events and tournaments. The outdoor area provides for perfect summer lounging and enjoying the desserts menu al fresco, with a designated shisha area planned for younger adults, catering to all social tastes.

The Flavours philosophy is about consistently delivering high quality cuisine, with the utmost importance placed on the food served to ensure diners keep coming back for more amid a sociable environment for families and friends.

Signature dishes include adaptations of culinary delights such as Mogo Chatpatta Lasooni (a traditional Kenyan cassava dish cooked with garlic and spices, delicately finished with fresh coriander); Fish Koliwada (from the streets of Koliwada, Mumbai, fillets of king fish marinated with carom seeds, chillies, garlic and chick pea flour and deep fried and seasoned with lemon juice); Dragon Paneer (Indian cheese cooked with peppers and onions in a spicy chilli garlic sauce, flavored with Thai basil); Murgh Makhni (diced chicken pieces cooked in a smooth, tomato and cashew nut gravy, finished with cream and butter); Masala Dosa/ Ghee Roast Dosa (traditional South Indian pancake filled with potato masala, served with a lentil sauce (sambhar) and chutney); Chinese Hakka Noodles; and Singapore Sizzlers.

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