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Chili’s Grill & Bar Now in Powai

Brinker International has launched the second Indian Chili’s Grill & Bar in Powai, making it the 201st restaurant outside of the United States.

The menu at the Chili’s comprises the essence of Chili’s American-Southwest cuisine, with a touch of familiar for the local consumer. More than 80% of the food on offer can be suitably prepared for vegetarians. Though the menu is different than other Chili’s restaurants, there are familiar flavors and a heat profile that the local guest will appreciate and enjoy.

The first Chili’s in India opened in Bangalore and was developed by Jawad Business Group. The Chili’s in Powai is part of a 15 restaurant, five-year agreement that will expand Brinker’s presence throughout India. Jawad Business Group is experienced in developing other restaurant brands in India and has been a Brinker partner for several years, franchising Chili’s in Bahrain and Maggiano’s in Saudi Arabia.

“Chili’s will offer its guests a unique dining experience with bold, kicked up flavors,” said Reale. “From flavors they enjoy, such as Tandoori Chicken Sandwich and Paneer Bites to the Bombay Burger, guests will find local favorites with a Chili’s twist that stays true to its American-Southwest heritage.” Other specialties include citrus fire chicken shrimp fajitas, quesadilla explosion salad to be topped off with molten chocolate cake.

As part of the company’s goal to become the globally dominant casual dining portfolio company, Brinker International plans to have 500 restaurants open outside of the United States by 2014.

 

The new Chili’s is located at Ventury Building, Hiranandani Business Park, Central Avenue, Powai, Mumbai. Landmark: SBI. Opening hours are 11 a.m. – 11 p.m. daily. For reservation call Supriyo Mitra on 67419001/2/3/4 or 9892712708

 

 

Read this Review of Chili’s Powai to find out what to expect.

5 Responses to Chili’s Grill & Bar Now in Powai

  1. Abhinav March 12, 2010 at 9:17 pm #

    The place has good ambiance,nice comfortable seating arrangements and very friendly staff…The bar top is excellent and the staff knows what is written in the menu and advice pretty much upto your expectations…i had Sula Red Wine by Glass with salad(sorry i dont remember the name) which had many green vegetables(as per requirements) four Tortillas with Fajita Paneer..then had the Brownie shown above and Walnut Fudge…Let me tell the deserts are too filling for one person to eat alone..anyways the total experience was excellent and i will be definitely giving the place another visit.

    FOOD : 8/10
    AMBIANCE : 8/10
    SERVICE : 9/10
    BAR : 9/10

  2. Michelle April 1, 2010 at 1:41 pm #

    They charge 145 Rs for a diet pepsi, that is about $ 3.25 for a item that is not even imported. Way too much, especially when I can go buy a diet pepsi for $ 0.50 at the grocery store.

  3. Sharell April 9, 2010 at 9:29 pm #

    Abhinav, do tell how much they charge for a glass of Sula!

  4. Abhinav April 12, 2010 at 2:11 am #

    I don’t properly remember, but what I remember is that out of Salad and Sula, one was for 195/- and other for 295/-. And the desserts were 195/- apiece.

  5. Sharell April 12, 2010 at 6:50 pm #

    Sounds like the Sula would’ve been 295! It would be rare to get wine cheaper than salad in India. ;-)