Welcome to London’s Unique Indian Dining Experience, located in the heart of one of London’s treasured hidden gems and finest tourist destination. The curry bazaar, also known as “Brick Lane”, cradles one of the finest secrets of fine dining. Chillies pride it by serving traditional & contemporary Indian and Bangladeshi cuisine from North & South of the countries, from Curries to Tandoori clay oven baked delights. Including a delicious variety of seafood dishes within our menu. Not forgetting our signature Zalzala spice as well as the generous array of fine wines from all over the globe to compliment the diverse flavours of our cuisine. With a seating capacity of 70, the ambience of our restaurant is welcoming and relaxing, surrounded with paintings and warm smiles from our staff that have been sourced from all over India and Bangladesh, giving you the atmospheric feeling that you are actually there.
£25 and under
The food was very good--but just like every other Indian place I've tried on Brick Lane. What was disappointing is how shady they were.
For example: They told us we could have two rounds of drinks, but we later found that they only meant beer or wine. They also only had one beer and "a drink" meant a half pint. Then when we decided to buy more, they magically had four types of beer....more
So, I think I ate too much this time...
The family headed towards Brick Lane for a curry so I got out my trusty Yelp iphone app and found the review for this place. Sadly, I didn't realise that you were meant to let the chap out the front offer you free booze and food, so with Yelp iPhone app in hand, I marched straight into the restaurant (which meant we paid full prices) - my sister...more
Hands down, this was the best Indian food I've had to date. I've tried Michelin star Indian restaurants in NYC, other restaurants on London's famed Brick Lane and none have held a candle to Chillies.
Hesitant to accept the first "offer" received as we walked down Brick Lane (common knowledge tells you that the offers from restaurant owners/promoters get better as you go down the road, but the...more
Good chicken vindaloo. Bad chicken korma (it tasted like sweet potatoes?) I am not normally one to deduct stars for service, but they were straight up rude here. They gave us a hard time about drinking tap water instead of the bottled water pre-placed on the table. Overall this place is a pass. I agree with Travis P. -- shady.more