Branch: Tomas Morato
Date: January 16, 2005
Fun. Fresh. Flavorful. Chili’s is a great place to hang out with friends and family and enjoy a delicious meal. Chili’s is Like No Place Else.SM It has an energy that you won’t find anywhere.
And, once you take a look at the menu, you’ll see why the centerpiece of the Chili’s experience is the food. Chili’s offers a distinct, fresh, healthy mix of grilled American favorites prepared in a way that keeps folks coming back for more.
Great food, great service, still a bit expensive but you get what you pay for!
Were once regulars at Chilis Greenhills, but got tired of their menu. Finally went back last Jan 16, this time to Chilis Morato for a late lunch. Though there were new items (Asian specials) in the menu, still ordered the old reliable Old timers burger with cheese. Medium well, still great tasting with a generous side of French fries.
Just like the GH outlet, this one was also reduced with a Gloria Jeans coffee store taking up half of the former place.
The restaurant is neat, though the floor looked like it needed a good scrubbing to get rid of what looked like stubborn grime.
Total bill was P1,920.31.
Value for Money: 4/5
The Good: Great service! Bit of a step down since first opening though (waiters seemed less enthusiastic), still good nonetheless.
I ordered the Bacon Burger. Everything is just as big as I remembered — a refreshing break from the ever-dwindling serving sizes in most restaurants. And, so far, everything still tastes just as good! Beef was juicy, fries were crisp, and they didn’t skimp on the bacon.
Don’t get me started on the bottomless tortilla chips… 🙂
The Bad: ANG MAHAL! The bacon burger was one of the cheaper items on the menu at P295 an order.
Prepare to spend P300+ per person!
Over-all: Given the quality of service and the general quality of the food, Chili’s is still a great place to go to when you have a big budget and an even bigger appetite!