Read what people think about Chilli 'n' Chocolate! All reviews are written by verified Quandoo diners.
Delicious food that tasted home-made and the service and staff were very friendly...all requests were responded to quickly and in a friendly manner. Would definitel place.y return and tell friends about this
Starters good - wraps not value for money - chips pointless rather have filling in the wrap idli - was without sambar - had to pay extra - idli should be with samber in the price - waste of money only good thing is the starters - surcharge not worth it as no service required as such
Service slow, menu not that imaginative, and noisy children at another table. So I thought it was ok but not brilliant, I would not recommend it to friends.
Very nice staff and great menu. However, we were disappointed with the food when it came out. Definitely not 'chilli' enough when it came out and unfortunately did not stay for dessert. Also not worth the value - we paid £60 for a bottle of wine, two starters and one main!
Great food, good service and a very patient set of waiting staff on a night when we were the last people in the restaurant and taking some time to decide what we wanted! The food was tasty and even though the special house chaat (for instance) was more spicy than I was expecting the flavours were so good I didn't mind at all. Thanks for a lovely evening - we'll be back.
Went on a Saturday afternoon and it was very quiet so got our table early!. It is quite an extensive menu and we were happy with the choice, however, the concept is street food so we thought the prices would be more reasonable but I think we paid more because of the location!
Chilli n Chocolate was one the best eating out experience we have had. Relaxed ambiance, attentive service, and a wide range of innovative, exquisite dishes.
Disappointed . Idli a bit dry chilli paneer not very tasty. Have had much better. Very nice service Also had one of the speciality chaats which was quitenice
The food was good and the service fast but unfortunately the place close to early. At 9pm the waiters were looking at us and made us pressure even if you could book a table at 10pm in the website. We didn't understood and left to be kind.
For someone who knows a lot about Indian food and also cooks it, the food felt like it was home cooked. This is a plus as most people that go to "Indian" restaurants are only so-called Indian and are actually Bangladeshi run, owned and cooked to Bangladeshi or the white, British palette. However, things are changing. Chilli 'n' chocolate is Gujarati, Indian run and owned and I congratulate them for the ambience and hospitality that is always high on their value chain. However, for me the food was just OK. The dosa was soft when it should have been crispy, the chaat should have had more 'oompphh', if that is a word and the Shahi Paneer didn't quite have the right spices in it. However, the mogo was fresh and not the usual frozen stuff that you usually get elsewhere. With some little changes, Chilli 'n' chocolate could be great!