Hot Chilli isn’t a restaurant that messes around – their intention is writ large in the name. They provide some of the hottest curries in Bolton and the North West, with specialities from Eastern India and Bangladesh. They offer the madras and vindaloo options that seasoned heatseekers will appreciate as well as the even hotter samber and summer. Book a table at this restaurant on Blackburn Road in Egerton and set your controls for the heart of the sun.
The curry house is a dining out staple up and down the country, and nowhere is more curry crazed than the North West. On the outskirts of Bolton in Egerton they have a restaurant that is cooking up Indian food that raises the temperature bar, in the form of Hot Chilli on Blackburn Road. The menu is packed with red hot favourites, so spice lovers will be satisfied, while there are more than enough mild option to keep everyone else happy.
The spice is what keeps the punters coming back to Hot Chilli on Blackburn Road, so let us talk you through the hot stuff. The Summer curry is an Indian speciality cooked with plenty of green chillies, and moderated with coconut and cheese, whereas the Samber is based on lentils and lemon juice. There are, of course, kormas and bhunas for the lily-livered diners of Bolton – book a table out in Egerton today and mosey on over.
Absultely brilliant restaurant. Really enjoyed the food and the staff were great, very hospitable. We will be returning when we are next in the area.
Food was excellent and portion sizes were ample. Service was good and staff were friendly and polite. This was our first visit and would definatelyy go again
Great service, excellent menu ! Would highly recommend. All staff could not do enough for us and made sure that our party had a great night. Will definitely be going back
Excellent service and food, highly recommended. Will definitely be returning. All the staff were very helpful without being overbearing. A great meal in a lovely place
Situated just off the main road in a business park, poor signage meant we ended up round the back of the restaurant before turning round and taking the left hand fork at the entrance. Restaurant is nicely decorated and staff very friendly although bordering on over-zealous when we were there. Asked about a half dozen times if we wanted more drinks and on two occasions one waiter would come over and ask just moments after another had. One waiter also tried resetting our table with main course cutlery even though a colleague had just taken our finished main course away. Starters were delicious and tasty but the main courses were somewhat over reliant on coriander. I'm well aware how important this is in Indian cuisine but my girlfriend and I just felt both our main courses were over flavoured with coriander. The garlic naan bread was a cross between a traditional Indian naan and an Italian garlic bread. It was flatter and harder than a traditional naan and had even been pre-scored into slices. Prices seemed reasonable. Certainly not expensive.
We went as a family of 4. We met Very friendly attentive staff. Food was excellent. Brilliant customer service. Bill was even better. No complaints. I would highly recommend.
enjoyed the food very much but not knowing what to expect we over ordered from the menu. However our waiter was happy to make up a "doggy bag" to take home.
after not knowing where to go for a meal we sporadically chose hot chilli and had a brilliant night and great food.. thanks again bud
Good restaurant..... Good food, not all staff efficient. One waiter was very good and friendly. Would go again but would hope staff were better on next visit