Thai Chilli Restaurant & Bar
(Ground Floor, PWC Tower)
Auckland City 09-377 1735
- Lunch: Mon – Fri 11am – 2.30pm
- Dinner: Mon – Sun 5pm – 11pm
- Business Dining
- Children's Menu
- Conference Facilities
- Out Catering
- Private Dining Room
- Private Functions
- Private Parties
- Romantic Dining
- Wedding Functions
- Payment Types: EFTPOS, Visa, MasterCard, AMEX, Diners
- Price Range: Moderate, $15 - $25
- Dress Code: Casual
- Alcohol: Beer, Wine, Spirits, Cocktails
- Seating for: 120
- BYO/Corkage: No BYO
- Parking: Free On-Street, Pay, Pay & Display
- Good For Groups: Yes
- Good For Children: Yes
- Takeaways: Yes
- Takes Reservations: Yes
- Dietary Restrictions: Vegetarian, Halal
- Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
- Outdoor Seating: No
- Meals: Lunch, Dinner
By visiting Thai Chilli, not only the exquisite atmosphere that customers would be enthralled but also our delicious taste of authentic Thai cuisine and delicate service. For Great Thai Food Dine in or Takeaway.
10 Reviews for Thai Chilli Restaurant & Bar
I was seated to a table where the table and the menu vividly had smears of sauce on them. Not the best first impression to have at a table.
I ordered an ice coffee which was bizarrely served in a wine glass with a straw.
My friend noticed a strand of black hair just after his meal was presented to him. But, I was reasonably content with my fried rice even though it didn’t have the WOW effect.
On the plus side, the interior and the decoration of the place is beautifully done. The music is turned down low, so you don’t have to raise your voice in order to have a conversation.
The bill for two mains and two drinks was almost $60. A bit overpriced for the value and experience if you ask me. Luckily, we presented a 25% discount voucher and paid less.
It is such a pity. The ambience of this place is brilliant but the food and presentation needs to improve in order to make the next visit worthwhile.
The first time I went there I try Red Curry Chicken. Second time I try green curry prawn. I will take my boyfriend to eat next week. Yum..Yum…Yumm
My friend ordered this curry lunch meal, and it tasted like oiled water, so diluted and oily it was disgusting. No flavour at all.
I had a stirfried meal, with baking paper in it (how did baking paper end up in a stir-fry meal??!). I showed the waitress and she replied “oh, I think it’s mushroom.” Sorry lady, I think NOT. Mushrooms are edible, baking paper you can’t even CHEW.
Next time for dinner, it was the only restaurant still open that late, so went again… And the meal was not good at all(can’t say I had high hopes). You’d think they’d have better culinary skills being a restaurant and being in CBD, but not really. Meals were oily, diluted, either too much flavouring or too little. Ingredients were also not fresh and tasted like…yuck.
I’ve had better Thai meals cooked from home by someone that’s never cooked Thai.
Not going back again thanks.
On top of that their toilet was leaking all over the carpet and the entrance to the bathroom was literally flooded with a pool of water. The women’s had no toilet paper and they had kindly left their phone in the women’s toilet on the washbasin. Were they taking reservations in there? or maybe the chef I saw mopping up the floor was there doing his prep work.
He must have been the one cooking our meals because the food was soo God aweful that we ate a few mouthfuls and could’t stomach eating anymore. Ordered seafood green curry, duck red curry and volcano chicken.
First indication that the meal wasn’t going to be great was when the flaming volcano chicken doesn’t actually have any flames when it arrives at your table. Since the main attraction of this dish is the flames licking at your chicken while it’s on your dining table, this was a major FAIL. Hello…but this is the only reason we ordered this, to see Flaming Volcano Chicken, not ash cloud chicken!
Secondly, when said Volcano chicken is still bleeding and you point this out to your waitress who politely tells you ,”oh that alright to eat, it supposed to be like that” first thing you think to yourself is ok…E coli anyone and wow! am I the only one thinking What the?
Thirdly when said waitress then reluctantly takes it back to the chicken after you insist that bleeding bad! blood bad! then returns the same chicken in even worse condition…well you gotta say, wow are they kidding me?
The Seafood green curry was bland and watery, seafood wasn’t fresh, if anything it was probably from a frozen pack and they overcooked it. The Duck was overcooked and really tough and again the sauce was watery and tasteless.
For drinks we orMoredered the pink panter and fruit punch which were both soo sweet it brings tears to your eyes. My friend kept adding water to her “fruit punch” the whole night and do you call it a fruit punch when you only see 2 floating bits of pineapple in it?
The real killer was when we went to pay for the dinner and it came to $120 for the 3 of us. With the voucher, that was still $85.00 for food that we couldn’t even eat. The foodcourt down the road could have done a much better job for a fraction of the price.
Trust me, if you want good Thai Food, you’re better off going to the food court then coming here. At least there, you’ll get something you can manage to eat.
I wouldn’t recommend for a Thai Food Lover sorry.
Premises seems very nice, that’s all that is pleasing, fire the chef.