New Openings: Tandoori Flame Mississauga
Date Opened: October 11th, 2013.
Unique for: Tandoori Flame's Brampton location is known as the largest Indian Buffet and Restaurant in North America. Tandoori Flame is also known as the "Indian Mandarin" (reference to Mandarin Chinese Buffet Restaurant) by customers. Tandoori Flame's second location is right here in Mississauga.
Concept: Indian food with a modern twist, buffet-style. It also boasts a twenty foot bar at the main entrance and a take-out section if you're in a hurry and don't have time to feast buffet-style.
Accolades: Tandoori Flame (Brampton) has received various "Best Indian Buffet Restaurant" awards.
Menu: The 10,000 square foot location has nine food stations which cater to everyone's palate. These include: Appetizer station (Indian street snacks); South Indian station (Dosas, Idli, etc.); Salad station (approximately twenty five to thirty kinds of salad); Soup station (three kinds of soup); Tandoor station (Kebabs, Chicken Tikkas, Tandoori Chicken Kebabs, assorted Naan Breads, etc.); Curry station; Pizza station; Bake station (variety of fruits, Indian desserts, cakes, etc.); and an Ice cream station.
Why Mississauga? It was natural progression to build the second location in Mississauga since it has the 2nd largest South Asian Population in Ontario. The concept was created to cater to the masses and to open up the palates of those trying Indian food for the first time. The modernized buffet concept provides customers, especially those new to Indian cuisine, the option to try everything.
Next Location: Vancouver
Seats: 350 seats
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: M-F: 11:30am - 3:30pm, Sat-Sun: 11:30am - 4:00pm
Dinner: M-T: 5:00pm - 10:00pm, Fri-Sat: 4:00pm - 10:30pm
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