Food & Drinks

Chili’s Grill & Bar now in Bangalore

Brinker International launched the first Indian Chili’s Grill & Bar in Bangalore, making it the 200th restaurant outside of the United States.

The menu at the Bangalore Chili’s is comprises the essence of Chili’s American-Southwest cuisine with a touch of familiar for the local consumer. More than 80 percent of the menu offerings are able to be prepared suitable for vegetarians. Though the menu will be 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 ad is developed by Jawad Business Group. This restaurant is part of a 15-restaurant, five-year agreement that will expand Brinker’s presence throughout India. Jawad Business Group is experienced 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 Bangalore 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 like citrus fire chicken shrimp fajitas, quesadilla explosion salad to be topped of 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 on Old Airport Road-Bangalore, India.  
The 126-seat restaurant will be open 11 a.m. – 11 p.m. daily. 

Chili's Bar & Grill

Plot no. 35, Phoenix Idom, Murugesh Paliya
Airport Road, Bangalore -560017 Map

080 4097 1165
Tags: Chili’s Bar Grill, Franchise, Old Airport Road, united states, murugeshpalya, restaurant


Shabab Nov 17th, 2011 07:33 PM


jerome Jun 15th, 2011 09:21 AM

great food in chilis even service was good, the worst thing tht carry water they dont serve water in abroad is okey bt india atlis they should serve water to the guest rest all okey

Susie Jan 27th, 2011 10:15 AM

We ate here recently.  The food was good, and they DID give us filtered water for free.  They also had beef fajitas and burgers on the menu.  We had no trouble and enjoyed the visit.

suman Jan 15th, 2011 03:39 PM

I lost my valet in this restaurant. when i gave the complaint no body cares about it. this is a disgusting place. please careful with your valets and valuables. 

angel Dec 30th, 2009 08:32 PM

i love the food...... awesum place pple on top learn to appreciate d food n neva critizise................

thakur Jul 21st, 2009 01:06 PM

This weekend I have been to chilli's with two of my friends And Try Presidente Margrita which was awsome as it was in U.S And We Have Tried Mushroom Jack Fajitas ,Montary Chicken & Moltem Which was realy mind blowing and never had this kind of food in Bangalore and their service was very accommodating. only one thing which was bit disappointing was traffic on airport road I thing they should open one more outlet at good location

josephcj Jun 25th, 2009 03:15 PM

I used to eat out or go for a drink to Chilli's in the US at least once a month. I can safely say that there's no other restaurant that I've eaten out at, more than Chilli's. So I was really excited when I heard that it was opening up in B'lore. I was expecting to have a sirloin steak or a big mouth beef burger. But to my dissapointment Chilli's doesn't have Beef or Pork on the menu here in India. Which means that the best stuff is not on the menu. Its competition TGI Friday's and Ruby Tuesday both have their full menu's. Hope some one in Brinker International is listening and give Indian customers the "good stuff". But otherwise the Alfredo Shrimp pasta is good, and the citrus fire shrimp and chicken is something else that has to be tried. I went with a friend and we had a pint of Indian beer, a sandwich each and a portion of texas cheese fries, and the bill ran upto Rs.1400. Which works out to Rs.750 per head.

Charmaine Hass-mehta May 17th, 2009 04:33 PM

The food at Chili's was good. But everyone visiting please double check the bill. They overcharge and please carry your own water. They do not have regular water and they charge you Rs 75 for a bottle of Aquafina. Too many people taking your order so there was alot of confusion. CHECK YOUR BILL.

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