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Chili’s is a famous American food joint with multiple outlets all over the world. Their variety of flavours and chic décor always keep you coming back again and again. The unique culinary style that is required to prepare authentic recipes is something that the chefs here are a pro at. The eclectic menu is in line with the various tastes and preferences and serves a variety of delicious American, Italian and Mexican delicacies.
It is situated in DLF Mall of India, Noida. After seeing a cocktail on Instagram we went there. The place is overpriced and overhyped. We ordered their speciality in cocktails, CORONARITA. It was really a great cocktail to have and enjoy but the service was very poor. They don't value their customers. We sat there for approximately 15min after which they showed us their hospitality and bought water. Ordered a pizza and the cocktail. Cost us around 1800 bucks for these two things. They charge 32.5% vat + service charge + some other tax on cocktail, so keep this thing in mind when you are about to order a cocktail. You can try this CORONARITA, its really amazing but overpriced though. Avg cost for two people is 2000bucks.
It is a major problem to find bars in NCR which are children friendly. Chili's is for sure. My 4-yr-old had a gala time as she regaled the attendants with her usual antics. The food was great. We ordered a bottle of beer -- they have a wide range to choose from, some mexican salad which was one full meal for two and mozzarella-filled chicken breast with roasted veggies. For kids, they have a separate menu with multiple options to make your meal for a budget price. My daughter finalised on pizza, French fries, fruit juice and a few other things. We have good time.
Had been to this place many times with family during weekends. Great food and lots of varities. I also find the price reasonable
Match was being live screened in a number of TV's and they also had a one plus one offer on any beer so got two large beers in the largest mall of India for just 600 bucks! That was a steal deal and the service was nice, fast and courteous too.
This Tex-Mex restaurant is one of the largest eateries in DLF Mall of India, covering a huge part of the central portion on the third floor. Even then, it’s crowded in a weekend—we arrived here at about 2.30 on a Saturday, and still had to wait five minutes to get a table. As we were led to our table, our little girl was handed a colouring set (which, we later discovered, also included the kiddie menu, though by that time we’d already ordered). The high chair provided was very welcome, too. The menu is extensive, and includes everything from salads and soups to burgers, pastas, pizzas, grills (the baby back ribs sounded delicious), tacos, quesadillas, fajitas, chill, and more. Our daughter had already been clamouring for ‘green pasta’ and Chili’s, fortunately, does have a basil pesto spaghetti (available in vegetarian or chicken avatars), so we ordered a chicken pesto spaghetti for her. My husband, after a lot of dithering and some changing of mind, settled on the lamb bites, a lamb burger which you can have with our without bacon (my husband chose bacon). I ordered a shrimp jambalaya skillet (the jambalaya skillet also comes in vegetarian and chicken versions). Although there are lots of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks on offer, we passed all of these up. The food arrived within ten to fifteen minutes. Here is my take on all three dishes: Chicken basil pesto spaghetti: Very good. Lots of bite-sized chicken pieces, plenty of pesto (which tasted fresh and good), and a slice of toasted garlic bread on the side. Lamb bites: This was a huge, really huge burger, which had been cut into four quarters to make four slider-sized burgers. The burger itself was simple, without lettuce or tomatoes or other frills—but it was so delicious that I didn’t miss any of that. Just a very well-cooked and very tasty, juicy lamb patty, slathered with some lightly spiced sauce, and sandwiched between two soft burger buns. Along with that came a large helping of fries, three onion rings, and a helping of the sauce to dip in. My only complaint here was that there were too few onion rings—I love well-made onion rings and these were so good, I wanted more of them instead of the fries. Shrimp jambalaya skillet: Served on a very hot sizzling pan (so hot that I had to set it aside to let it cool a bit before I could eat it), this was a lightly spicy rice topped with cooked vegetables—bell peppers, baby corn, mushrooms—and char-grilled prawns. This was good, but not great, mainly because other than spice, I couldn’t really discern any specific flavours in the rice. On the whole, a good place. Service is adequate though not exceptional (understandable, since the restaurant was packed), and the food is pretty good. Moreover, our meal cost us just Rs 1669, inclusive of all taxes—and we had leftovers which we got packed. So good value for money, too.