From Our Editors
India, Nepal, China, and Tibet—the flavors from all these four regions meet at Green Chili Grill. Comfortably situated, diners allow the restaurant's chefs to take them on a trip to these faraway lands with a wide selection of appetizers, soups, salads, entrées, and desserts, some of them also available in gluten-free and lactose-free forms. One of their Nepalese specials includes the Vegetable Sekuwa, which consists of grilled paneer—unaged, acid-set, non-melting farmer cheese made by curdling heated milk with lemon juice—marinated in Nepalese spices, served on a bed of onion, and sprinkled with capsicum. Seafood menu, on the other hand, brims with a plethora of shrimp variations such as spicy Prawn Madras and Prawn Butter Masala cooked in tomato-based butter sauce and finished with a cream. No matter the choice of the dish, diners can rest assured of its flair as the chefs use only fresh, high-quality ingredients, and put their heart into every step of its preparation.