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Chili's

Sunday, November 21, 2010
Chili's
visited branches: Rockwell, Greenbelt 5

Another imported franchise is Chili's, a Tex-Mex mix resto with a very posh barn style feel. The red lights and smooth wood is along the interiors of Hooters, for the lack of better comparison.

Chili's is festive, always with some music, lots of people, non-stop flat screen tv, and attentive waiters. The Greenbelt branch offers al fresco dining, and is usually open past midnight.


The bar is stocked to the hilt. Their specialty is the Margarita. No problems with the food. Taste is great, especially with the grilled dishes. Servings are medium to large sized. And their mashed potato is one of the best I've had. The dips are flavorful and fresh. Although the prices are high per plate, every bite is worth every cent, it seems.


A large chili replica hangs from the ceiling. The tables are wooden and covered with decorated Mexican tiles. The chairs and couches are comfy and sturdy.

On each table, there are ketchup, worcestershire sauce, napkins, salt and pepper shaker. Sometimes they provide feedback forms, and as of date, they offer "Free Triple Play" on your next visit when your bill reaches Php500, which is always due to happen with their steep prices.

Grilled Pork Chops: Php420 / Chicken Mushroom (cup): Php140

Santa Fe Steak (well done): Php570

Triple Play: Php475 (egg rolls, chicken wings, chicken crispers, dips)

Combo Fajitas: Php540
corn tortillas, tomatoes, boiled egg, mayo

grilled meat and chicken combo

Homestyle Mashed Potato: Php95

Ripe Mango: Php130
Iced Tea: Php100

Freshly Sauteed Mushrooms: Php130

Grilled Chicken Platter: Php265

Seafood Veg Soup in Cup: Php140 / Molten Smoothie: Php175


Chili's Bar and Grill
2/F Greenbelt 5, Ayala Center, Makati
Tel: (02)729-3022

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