Best Double Deckers And Chili In Town!.
I was happy to hear that Blue Ash Chili was under new ownership. The food is just what I remembered from years ago. From what I was told and experienced, they are back to using all the original meats and ingredients. You can tell the new owner is taking pride in the establishment, it is clean and the service is top notch. The place is as busy as ever and the word is spreading. Its even a great place to kick back and enjoy a cold beer. It was even mentioned on NPR. So, if you like award winning overstuffed sandwiches and real cincinnati style chili, you've got to try it.
The meaty, homemade-tasting chili is a great alternative to the mass-produced chili chains.. The Mood In the heart of this yuppie suburb lies an unassuming chili parlor, with a 1950s d?cor and a takeout business that never slows down. The diner atmosphere feels authentic, right down to the grease and the smiling visage of Elvis on the walls. Sherbet-colored booths line the walls, and matching stools cozy up to the counter. The waitresses are no-nonsense and brisk, but they'll get that five-way in front of you fast.
The Food Chili is made with care and plenty of ground beef, a little chunkier than the chain variety. Sick of this sweet stuff on spaghetti? Try one of the double-decker sandwiches, dozens of permutations of beef, ham, egg, bacon and cheese. Or go for a dinner plate or hamburger steak or chicken. Non-chili eaters may get a dubious stare, but your sandwich leaves more chili for everyone else.