Life is full of painful decisions, such as which burger to choose or which cocktail to order. If only we could try a little bit of everything on the menu. For the indecisive among us, Alex Hult has just the place.

The owner of Hult’s Restaurant in Los Gatos has a newly themed restaurant, Flights, which seeks to ease the burden of life-altering questions such as: should I get the sweet potato fries, truffle fries or garlic fries? The answer: Yes.

Similar to ever-popular flights of beer or whiskey or champagne, one can now get flights of burgers, empanadas, tacos and even tequila shots at the Campbell eatery, formerly home to the Socialight. Everything at Flights is served family-style so the entire party can take part in a tasty smorgasbord.

We stopped by a recent Sunday brunch, which is an excellent time to visit—Flights is only a few dozen paces from the beloved downtown Campbell farmers’ market. While the restaurant’s décor, ambiance and menu is geared towards a more adult set, it’s worth noting that staff was very accommodating to my persnickety 6-year-old and prepared a few, simple off-the-menu items for him. With the kid out of the way, we turned our attention to a modest, but quality brunch menu. The Mimosa Flight ($17), Eggs Benedict Flight ($18) and the Swedish Pancake Flight ($17) seemed like an easy decision.

The drinks came in strawberry, pineapple and classic orange flavors and they were mixed with precision. While the portions were on the small side, it was probably the right amount for two people to share. The benedicts had a pork theme, as there was bacon, pulled pork and pork belly combinations. Each were great, but I have to say the pork belly was the clear winner. My taste buds sang “Hallelujah!” as the rich, velvety yolk of the egg encompassed the tender, rich pork belly.

Now possessing a one-way ticket to food coma status, we figured we would double down with a sugary delight. The Swedish pancakes come in strawberry, blueberry and Nutella-banana. All were velour soft, with fresh and delicious toppings. However, as expected, the Banana-Nutella took the crown—no man, woman or child can resist the dynamic duo. It didn’t hurt that the Nutella was copious.

Flights has a terrific concept that hits home for the indecisive, as well as those who just like variety. The only uncertainty I have is when—not if—I’ll make a return trip.

Flights  368 E Campbell Ave, Campbell 408.364.1564