Welcome to Hot Chilli, a delicious Indian restaurant that works hard to please every person that walks through their doors.
The menu boasts a mix of both traditional classic favourites and new and creative house specialities. Dishes are bursting with flavour and the delicately balanced culinary creations simply melt in the mouth. Some of the fantastic starters worth sampling are the scrumptious chana chaat, chick peas enriched with exotic spices, the tender tandoori lamb chops, marinated with a unique blend of spices and grilled in a traditional tandoori oven, and the ideal pick for those who simply can’t pick one dish, the mixed kebab starter, which includes an onion bhaji and a seekh and shami kebab.
With diversity at its core, the menu at Hot Chilli seeks to cater to every type of palate, appetite and spice tolerance, as it is separated into ‘mild’, ‘medium’ and ‘hot’ curries, with dishes like the creamy butter curry, the heated korai curry and the inferno conjuring vindaloo curry, all available with chicken, keema, lamb, vegetable or a mixed assortment of meats.
It’s not all classics at Hot Chilli though, as the chefs have created some unique and irresistible dishes to tempt guests into trying their own brilliant curries. Some exemplary dishes are the eclectic Sana, a spicy and aromatic dish that also has hints of fruity undertones, and the chef’s favourite the Jaflong, a curry that’s rich in mustard spices.
Hot Chilli is a contemporary venue influenced by a traditional love of great food and great service. The cosy and contemporary restaurant is perfect for any occasion, be it a romantic meal for two or a party of fifty, Hot Chilli can accommodate. The staff here take great pride in providing an experience diners will want to repeat again and again.