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It just doesn’t get much hotter than Chilli India. A modern Indian eatery on the corner of Melbourne’s Little Lonsdale and Elizabeth Street, Chilli India serves authentic South Asian specialties in a fast-food format – simply order your meal yourself at the counter, and you’ll have an unbelievably fresh and delicious Indian meal created for you as fast as you can say masala. Located in the central business district, Chilli India is a hotspot in the heart of the city.
Great service. Byriani was delicious. Vindaloo was very tasty. Came highly recommend as traditional Indian food and I was not disappointed. Definitely will be going back.
it was lit 🔥 and it was spicy 🌶 if that’s what you like the roti was pretty cool ❄️ they didn’t have any good drinks 🍸 tho
Worst chicken biryani ever . Too salty as if salt was sprinkled on the dish after cooking. Hope after seeing this review it is improved. Bad customer service as in the restaurant timings say it is till 11:30 pm and if we go at 9 they say it is closed. We have personally experienced hell number of times.
The environment inside of Melbourne’s Chilli India in the CBD is best described as casual and sophisticated, featuring bold colours and stylish decorative touches. Serve yourself by ordering at the restaurant’s counter and get ready for some of the softest naan and the most luxurious Indian flavours you’ve ever experienced. Rain or shine, the atmosphere at Chilli India on the corner of Little Lonsdale and Elizabeth Street remains bright and sunny.
Chilli India’s dosas are always a popular choice among regulars, with favourites being the Mysore masala and the cheese chilli varieties. Make sure to try one of the restaurant’s signature biryanis, with a vegetarian option or featuring meats like chicken and goat. Go veg with dishes like the eggplant curry or the chickpea masala, or order classics such as chicken tikka masala or beef vindaloo. This popular Indian eatery in Melbourne’s central business district is famous for their ginger tea, so make sure to order a cup before your meal for a proper warm up to your selection. Book ahead to snag the best table!