Viceroy is authentic, I feel if you are a foodie then this is where to go for a curry. Unlike Mumbai lounge, Viceroy is no thrills, basic layout and if honest- the front door often leaves a chilly draft in. Yet the food talks for...More
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I must have visited the Viceroy for the first time in the mid-1990s, since then I've had numerous take aways and restaurant meals there. It's generally been a great experience and save for a short period around 2008-2010 where they had a bit of a...More
After hearing my disappointment with three Indian restaurants I had tried on the area a friend suggested I go to Viceroy of India. In fact they insisted and took all 6 of us that night. We didn't have a booking, which I strongly suggest you...More
Been before in the past without any problems, however we got a takeaway and my son was ill immediately after eating his balti. He regularly eats curry as well. It was average for taste and the pilau rice was definitely not pilau rice. I will...More
Upon arrival we were greeted by the head waiter who showed us around the restaurant and then we picked our table (for 2). It was about 8.15pm and the place was fairly full with a good atmosphere. The head waiter showed us through their menu...More
We were in York for just 3 days and fancied a curry. There were so many restaurants to choose from but this was closest to our accommodation. We were not disappointed. From the moment we arrived we enjoyed the buzz of the place, the attentive...More
Don't order too much! Generous portion sizes. Lots of choice and some dishes we had never seen before eg from different areas of india. Not cheap as chips but good value for money and nicest naan ive ever had.
We love curry and are always trying new places. This one was great. Nice inside and the head waiter was very good. The food was lovely. Lovely rice and lovely curry and starters. Although they did forget the garlic on my naan it was a...More
Usually eat in here, and it's very good, but we got takeaway recently and the standard was just as good. Tarka daal was perhaps a little plain, but no complaints with either of the curries.