I always look for a good indian restaurant when i travel and this is very good. I like hot and spicy and if you ask for extra spicy vindaloo they oblige. Very pleasant staff as well.
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We've been here 3 days (from Melbourne) and have eaten at Chillies twice already. Such lovely food. We have tried the onion bhajies (light crisp batter) the lamb mahkani (so creamy and smooth) and the goat curry(chef's special) which was deep and richly flavoured, the...More
We saw this from the back window of J.M Cakes. We went there one night after a full day out. Great food, generous portions, good value and the butter chicken was the best we had ever tasted. Highly recommend.
This is a fabulous little find and we have already recommended Chillies to several of our friends. The staff are very helpful and the food was delicious. The curries are more flavoursome than hot so don't be put off by the name. A really enjoyable...More
Curries absolutely delicious! Perfect spice - both me (an Aussie) and my Indian friends loved it. The best curries I've tasted anywhere in Hobart! Thank you Chillies!
Great little restaurant ... tasty food ... & not too spicy ... like the name may suggest! Walked in on a Saturday evening without a booking. Vegetable samosas had good flavour, thick pastry & not too oily. Stand out dish was the Chef's Special -...More
The downside to Chillies is that name. It implies hot and firey. It's not. This joint is dedicated to careful, respectful interpretations of Indian menu favourites, with a masterful handling of fire and ice. The ingredients are fresh and flavoursome, the spice wrap delicate and...More
Visited Chillies Indian Restaurant on a Saturday night by accident what a surprise Don't be put off buy the name Chillies the food was absolutely beautiful not over the top hot and spicy but well balanced Our group of four shared Goan Fish Curry ,...More