• Flavor of India

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Serves meat, vegan options available. Indian food restaurant with labeled vegan options on the buffet, and the ability to prepare many items with coconut milk as a substitute for dairy. Staff is willing to accommodate. Relocated from 516 Main St. Open Tue-Sun 11:00am-2:30pm, 5:00pm-9:00pm. Closed Mon.

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4 Reviews

First Review by jrovegan


Points +159

30 Mar 2023

Cozy Indian food

Really cozy place! Comforting dishes, great flavor. It’s easy to make the veggie options vegan by using coconut cream. I had Aloo Saag and it was good!

Pros: Marked vegan options, Marked veggie options



Points +456

11 Sep 2022


This place has some genuinely good Indian food. I’ve only been for lunch and at their old location, so yesterday was my first time at their fancier spot ordering off the menu.

Vegan options are not labeled, but our waitress was very friendly and was able to answer our questions (and when she wasn’t certain, she went and asked). We ended up with the Chana masala and vegetable biryani.

Good food, friendly staff

Pros: Vegan options, Friendly staff


Points +810

28 Dec 2021

Good Indian food

Good Indian food, many vegan options. There's a vegetarian section of the menu, which can be made vegan by substituting dairy cream with coconut cream (exception being the paneer).

The vegetable pakora is definitely worth trying (though it comes with a cross contamination warning). The vegetable samosa were fine, but definitely loved the chutney and tamarind sauces they came with. They also include a yogurt sauce, but after some coaxing to not still bring "our" yogurt for the non vegans in the table (if I'd remove points, it'd be for this. If I tell you I don't want yogurt next to my dish, please leave it out), they did actually bring a second tamarind sauce, yum!

The only vegan bread is the roti (with no butter). As entrees, we tried the yellow Dal and Bengan Bhartha (substitute with coconut cream). The entrees come out with a large bowl of jasmine rice. The Dal didn't blow me away, but the Bengan Bhartha, a dish made with eggplant and coconut cream, was delicious and flavorful.


Points +304

16 Jun 2020

Really tasty Indian food in a cozy setting.

Many vegan options and can substitute coconut milk for cream in any dish. Staff is knowledgeable about vegan ingredients. Vegan & GF buffet items are clearly labeled.

***edit*** ordered takeout in May 2020 - despite my clearly ordering vegetable samosas, and my package labeled “veg” - I bit into a MEAT samosa! Why do they even have meat samosas? Most Indian places don’t. Will really have to think about whether I will return.

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