Flavor is a restaurant that offers Californian and coastal comfort food. Stop by on the weekend for a brunch of Benedicts, two-egg scrambles, waffles, French toast or fried chicken. Dinner menu items start with appetizers such as the seafood chowder bowl, smoked salmon crostini, creamy burrata or pulled pork sliders. Entrées include a chicken pot pie made with organic chicken, mushrooms, carrots, potatoes and peas in an herbed chicken gravy topped with a puff pastry lid. Flavor also offers several types of pizza with toppings such as pepperoni, mushroom, thyme, roasted garlic and basil.
Several seafood entrées are also available at Flavor such as the classic warm tuna melt, beer-battered fish and fries, seafood jambalaya and Dungeness crab cakes. For vegetarians, dishes include the roasted butternut squash ravioli, basil pesto linguini and the vegetarian jambalaya.
Great for brunch/breakfast, get the waffles! So yummy.
Arrived with a reservation just before the agreed upon time. Had to wait about 10-12 minutes. Arrived up stairs and was provided with an ok table in a half full upper dining area. Wait staff arrived to check on us and forgot to mention anything about the specials (had to ask during his return trip). Menu was pretty limited - a number of dishes were just a variation of another and one fresh fish choice. Cost was just at $100 with no top end dinner choices or appetizers and one mixed drink.
We eat in the area a couple of times every three months or so. Don't know if they will get a second shot.
We all enjoyed our dinner at Flavor very, very much. The entrees were to die for--true comfort food, in large quantities, and beautifully flavored. The chicken and the seafood pot pies were fantabulous--light flaky crust, well seasoned gravy in the pie--nothing too heavy or starchy--with filling of veggies and meat/fish cooked perfectly. The ribeye and a fish special were also excellent. Flavor had a friendly sportsbar atmosphere with great views of Princeton Harbor and a Warriors game playing. Tables were spread out enough that the hearing challenged among us could still enjoy our conversation amid the cheering.
The desserts were okay, but seemed a little dull after the phenomenal entrees. We will definitely return. just for those delectable entrees!
Food was expensive for what it was, but good. Good service and pretty location, but food was a little overpriced for comfort food.
For a seafood dinner that is fresh, tasty and MUCH more than you can hope to finish, "Taste" can't be beat. We had 2 good craft beers, homemade focaccia bread with Balsamic and wonderful olive oil and sautéed spinach with garlic. There are wonderful views overlooking the Pacific Ocean and, in the other direction, green, verdant hills.
For a great meal and a very pleasant experience, try "Taste".
Three times in a row now, the service has been incredibly slow.
the service was very good but the food was not so much. I ordered the short ribs which were good but the polenta it was displayed on was flavorless and the seafood chowder was luke warm and in need of salt and pepper. I will give high marks to our wait person, she was attentive and delightful, also high marks for the oceano martini, delicious but you want to have a designated driver because they are generous with the alcohol as well.
This restaurant has great views to Princeton Harbor. The seafood pot pie is delicious as is the Calamari. Best to go NOT on a weekend for lower noise level and a table by the window.
Outstanding dinner experience. Food and staff are fabulous.
Looks like a chain from the outside, but once inside, you'll be surprised! good menu, value, etc. Good portion size, quality, etc,