Welcome to Flavours, a unique experience in cuisine from southern Indian state of Kerala, the spice capital of the world. Now Open!

Anil Nair presenting $50 Gift Certificate to winner M. Morinville

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Thank you to all those who participated.




We will be closed on Sunday, February 18, 2018 for Family Day Holiday

Due to popular demand, Dosa Day is back. Last Sunday of each month will be All You Can Eat Dosa day at Flavours.


Price: $18.99 (ages 8 and up)       $11.00 Children (5-8)



10% off on take out.
Minimum order $25.00 before taxes.



Kanata Food Delivery, Kanata Order Delivery


We offer local Craft Beer: Citrale IPA, Vagabond, Notre-Dame, as well as Indian Beers.



flavours favourites

  • $18

    Kanthari KozhiSignature

    Chef’s special creation, this dish is sure to tantalize your taste buds. Kanthari, a fiery chilli adds a unique flavour to this chicken dish along with traditional kerala spices, coconut and curry leaves.

  • $19


    Thali is a wholesome meal combining various delicious dishes served on a single plate along with rice and porotta. You have small portions of dishes like aviyalerussery, pachadi, thoran, sambar, raitha and dessert. Choice of Chicken, Beef, Lamb or Fish.

  • $18

    Kerala Beef Fry

    The Kerala beef fry is the stuff of legend. A delicious dry preparation of beef with hints of coconut, curry leaves, cinnamon, cloves, coriander powder and roasted chilly.

  • $20

    Elayil PollichachuSignature

    Elayil Pollichathu traces its origins centuries ago to the backwater district of Allapuzha in Kerala. This out of the world fish dish is made by sauteing fish in traditional masala, wrapping in banana leaf and grilled.

From the spice capital of the world

Flavours of Kerala brings a unique and rich cuisine from Kerala, a coastal state in India. Kerala was known as the spice capital of the

world centuries ago attracting traders from around the world. With them came influences of their cultures and religions, infusing a rarely

seen variety in cuisine. Coconuts , cardamom, cloves, cinnamon, curry leaves and many other local spices infuse Kerala food, making

it very distinct from other Indian cuisines. Kerala is known by two great monikers, Spice Capital of the World and God’s Own Country,

reflecting its centuries old spice trade and tourist destinations.