Sat 9th august we arrived around 800pm to find a very full restaurant with one very large group. very enthusiastic welcome and drinks ordered and arrived quickly.
Very comprehesive menu, some typically westernised Indian dishes and a few that I hadn't seen.
poppadoms delivered and very pleasant with excellent pickle accompanients.
Starters were all very good. We had vegetable cutlets (basically 2 large deep fried vege rissoles) were a little dry, some mango chutney solved that. Served with a pleasant salad and wedge of lemon. Chicken Shashlick was very good. again with a nice salad accompanient. The Chicken Tikka was also enjoyed.
The mains we had plenty of variety and the vegetarian among us was more than happy. For breads we tried peshewar naan, plain naan and Garlic & Coriander Nan. All well cooked and tasty.
Sides tried included Bombay Aloo, Dall Shatkora, Sag Paneer and Aloo Gobi. These are really good value for money, large dishes and tasty with it. Could have eaten these without mains and felt happy.
For mains we had Subzi Balti (vegetable), Chicken Tikka Biryani, Chicken Tikka and Lamb Jardaloo. These were all enjoyed and were quite large. The biryani is accompanied by a large vegetable curry. The biryani is tasty . fresh and well cooked. The Jardaloo with its unusual apricot based sauce is unusual, and tasty with succulent melt in the mouth pieces of lamb.
Everyone enjoyed the Viceroy, the fitting finale was Kulfi, an Indian ice cream. Lovely cold creamy mango ice cream with a cardamom taste running through. Lovely!
Excellent unobtrusive service, cost about 28 pounds each including drinks. Great value for money.
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