Food is good and services different types items in Indian main course. Popodum with mango chutney is really nice. Their service specially serving plates hot plates with fork is different.
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Meal came 2 minutes after the appetizer and mashed potatoes were cold. Had to wait 10 minutes before we even saw a waitress. Taste of the food was good when it was hot.
Visited chillies during the very busy TT period. The staff, atmosphere and food were superb. We'll definitely be going back next year!
Staff were rude, food very bland, had to ask for more rice as only one portion served for 4 people. We felt like we had spent £25 per head and we were still hungry. It was TT week but they must on none that they...More
During our week at the TT Races, we chose to eat twice at Chillies. This is a superb, family-run restaurant. Food is top-notch. Our group of four chose the range from 'mild to extra hot' on the menu, all terrific. We also tried another Indian...More
No excuses, TT WEEK YOU KNOW YOU ARE GOING TO BE BUSY... TAKE ON EXTRA HANDS. Prebooked and took the trouble to check table was ready, arrived so call owner manager muddled our booking... wouldnt listen to his staff who had everything in hand eventually...More
Sat in the window. Staff attended well. Never short of a beer. On my own, and the owner made me welcome and came to chat. Lovely place, good tasty food, and the naan was especially fresh.
I've eaten in all the Indian's in the IOM and this is definitely my favourite. There's plenty of parking just across the promenade and this makes access easy. The restaurant is at the very northern end of Douglas Prom and the view from the front...More
As other have written about the bland food , I agree , lettuce somehow always tastes bland but the rest of the food and service in this restaurant is very very good , been there tonight and everything was bob on ( lettuce a bit...More