The Yellow Chilli opens in Plano at The Shops at Legacy

(Courtesy The Yellow Chilli)
(Courtesy The Yellow Chilli)

(Courtesy The Yellow Chilli)

The Yellow Chilli opened Dec. 31 at The Shops at Legacy. The Indian restaurant offers menu items from master chef Sanjeev Kapoor and includes dishes such as spinach kaftas stuffed with cottage cheese, chicken gravy and more. The new restaurant is The Yellow Chilli’s first Texas location. The restaurant is located at 5700 Legacy Drive, Plano. 469-626-0419. www.theyellowchilli.com


Correction: a previous version of this article had an incorrect spelling of the restaurant's name


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