Whooo! Chilis, 3 courses for $20!

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  1. Obi Wan Kenobi

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  3. wayneg

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    Great offer and includes my fave dessert in the world, White Chocolate Molten Cake:thumbsup2

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  4. Cyrano

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    Ounds great :)
     
  5. natalielongstaff

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    Nice dessert :cool1:
     
  6. Maves Wife

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    hope they dont withdraw it again like they did in september :-( we are going early jan so hopeful we will be able to take them up on their offer. My DH loves that dessert too xxx
     
  7. T16GEM

    T16GEM <font color=blue>I must have a funnel cake when I'

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    Me too! Great deal! We love Chilis! :love:
     
  8. jockey

    jockey <font color=deeppink>Repeat after me....I LOVE CRO

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    We have never been! Looks great so may give it a try in a few weeks :)
     
  9. wayneg

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    We only started going early last year, been 4 or 5 times now. Good menu and reasonable prices. :thumbsup2
     
  10. ford family

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    Really surprised that you are prepared to share your dessert!
    We were there last week; you have to share an appetiser and share the dessert and the two entrées are from a limited list. We stuck with the more traditional menu!!

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    jockey <font color=deeppink>Repeat after me....I LOVE CRO

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    It has been on my list for a long time as well as a lot of others but we always seem to end up eating on site!
     
  12. wayneg

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    The $20 menu has never been on when we have been. We do share dessert though, just once we ordered 2 molten cakes, couldn't eat them, one is enough for 3 of us after an entree each, they are biiger than pic looks.:goodvibes
     
  13. wayneg

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    We eat onsite with free DDP but prefer offsite if paying
     
  14. T16GEM

    T16GEM <font color=blue>I must have a funnel cake when I'

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    We love it there - I think we went 8-10 times on our last 21 night trip! :rotfl:
     
  15. wayneg

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    A few more pics from when we went in May, ate there with Rob(fuse04)

    1st 2 are Rob's Fajita Trio $14.69
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    Next Matts Cajun Chicken Pasta $10.79
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    My "create your own combo" $16.49 + $1.00 extra as I had steak included(plus salmon).
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    Couple of desserts Rob & Sandra ordered, Molten Choc Cake $6.59 & Key Lime Sampler(I think) $1.99
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    Looks like good value to me, i would normally just share a starter and then have a main each. usually too full for dessert after the huge US portions. I dont know how anyone can contemplate having a starter each, a main and a dessert. may be there is a difference between US citizens and the UK, dont want to generalise though.
     
  17. eyoreaud

    eyoreaud <font color=peach>Who? Us? Nosey? NEVER!<br><font

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    Thanks for the link Obi, :thumbsup2

    menu looks great and a good price too, so thats another one to add to the list then! ;) So many places to eat and only 3 weeks to sample! hehe!, whats a girl to do? :lmao:
     
  18. wayneg

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    After spending about 50 weeks there we still haven't been to half of the places we want to. Tony Romas, Applebees, Bahama Breeze...... eventually we will get to them.

    Onsite we can eat a main and dessert each, offsite usually a main and share dessert between 3 of us(if at all) Odd tiime we will share a starter instead of dessert. I can eat but would struggle to do 3 courses with US portions.
     
  19. eyoreaud

    eyoreaud <font color=peach>Who? Us? Nosey? NEVER!<br><font

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    I know what you mean Wayne, have lost count of how many weeks we spent there, and havn't tried tony romas or Applebees either, Bahama Breeze is a must IMO ;)

    Have a looooooong list to try in a coupla weeks time including Sweet tomatos, seasons 52 and Boma (have adr's for boma;)) to name a few :lmao:
     
  20. stoneyloon

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    I love Chili's.

    Tony Roma's was superb last time I was there as was Bahama's.

    No wonder I'm the size I am!:rotfl:
     
  21. T16GEM

    T16GEM <font color=blue>I must have a funnel cake when I'

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    Off site portions are deffinatly larger than onsite ones! We like to share a starter, otherwise we would never eat our mains! :rotfl:
     

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