Chilis – Nutrition Information and Calories
Below you will find a set of tables that include every menu item available at this restaurant. I find that certain restaurants freely publish PDF’s but then make them hard to read to avoid showing you what’s in their food. I’ve taken the liberty of creating a Traffic Light System (Green = 0-30% RDA, Yellow =31-60% RDA and so on…). This has three functions: 1. You can see at a glance how healthy a restaurant is and 2. You can spot high sugar/fat categories such as the sugar in drinks menu’s, and 3. When selecting an individual item e.g. a sandwich, you can see how it compares to other choices.
I really hope you find it useful, I want to tidy the format further but it’s nice to have the information out there first. Please share it around!
Chilis – Baby Back Ribs No Sides
Chilis – Burgers No Side Fries
Chilis – Burritos No Side Black Beans
Chilis – Crispers and More
Chilis – Enchiladas & Fajitas
Chilis – For The Table
Chilis – Fresh Mex Bowls
Chilis – Substitutes and Add-Ons
Chilis – Triple Dipper
Chilis – Handhelds No Side Fries
Chilis – Lighter Choices
Chilis – Quesadillas
Chilis – Lunch Combos
Chilis – Salads
Chilis – Salad Dressing
Chilis – Smokehouse Combo No Sides
Chilis – Soups and Chili’s
Chilis – Steaks
Chilis – Top Shelf Tacos No Sides
Chilis – Fresh Mex Pairings
Chilis – Sides
Chilis – Sweet Stuff
The colour coding used in these tables is similar to the Traffic Light System recently introduced in some stores.
It goes beyond Sugar and Fat with further breakdowns including Protein, Saturated Fat and Total Calories.
These are GUIDELINES only.
The “100%” is based off an Adult Male 2205 calorie diet.
Information correct as of Mar 2016