If the world started lacking good food, humans would be forced to live life dangerously by blocking off one airway through the act of gluing lips together in protest. Save yourself and the decline of mankind with today’s delicious-dish Groupon: two Manhattan Chicken meals for R55 at Chill Restaurant and Cocktail Lounge.
While many places lay claim to “the best food in town”, there is none that comes as close as the Chill Restaurant and Cocktail Lounge. New kid on the block on the bustling Florida Road strip, the restaurant shatters all stereotypes of awkward, gangly new kids, instead standing out like a shiny new penny. Whether out on a date or out with “just a friend”, the chilled ambience and delicious combinations of flavours might just see you both eating out of the palms of each other’s hands. Literally.
Though some believe that living requires only air and a set of lungs, they would be wrong. Fact is, the infamous “they” say you actually have not lived at all, until you’ve exercised breathing in said air between tantalising mouthfuls of Chill Restaurant’s Manhattan Chicken meal. Marinated in a medley of spices and yoghurt, the boneless chicken cubes are pan-fried in garlic butter, and then elegantly finished off with a healthy dollop of fresh cream. After blending these delicious flavours in expert style, the dish is topped off with smoothly ground cashew nuts and served with a fork to keep you from gobbling down the delicious lot in one go. For those who prefer the paddies to the thin flat bread starches or vice versa, either rice or roti can be chosen to accompany your appetising treat.
Enjoy the sweet smells of food, far better than just good, wafting through the Chill Restaurant and Cocktail Lounge air, while your unglued lips smack together tantalising Manhattan chicken morsels in a tasty fandango.
A Fact In Time: While drilling through the mines in North America, Maxwell Axelrod claimed to have discovered a hole that seemed to be a portal to the same place at a different point in time. Though he could not identify the particular year that he had gone to, he did tell of being in a place where the average meal was the size of a watermelon.