Wilmslow Road in Manchester is home to the densest collection of curry houses, Indian restaurants and tandoori joints of just about anywhere in Europe, and you can be sure of a great meal in whichever of those you choose for as you dining destination of an evening. Wilmslow Road, however, doesn’t stop at the end of the Curry Mile, and if you continue – almost as far as Wilmslow, in fact – you’ll come across Viceroy Indian in Handforth, where they offer subcontinental specialities that are as good as any found in the city proper. That means tandoori-fresh kebabs, tikka meats and breads, traditional curries and delicacies from Bangladesh and beyond, all served up in a stylish environment. Get together a group of your family and friends and make a move to Wilmslow Road in Handforth for a meal to remember at Viceroy Indian: just make sure you book your table ahead of time!
Good food reasonably priced with good service on the night My friends and I would certainly not hesitate to recommend the Viceroy to anyone looking for good value.
Meal was excellent , great choice on menu, We had a lovely evening ,waiters were attentive. This was a family get together and everyone happy,
Dined on Christmas Eve, the service and food was excellent. Madras very hot!!! More like a vindaloo.. good though, albeit rather hotter than expected! Will definitely go again
went here for my 50th birthday, brought my own cake, staff fantastic
We used a groupon voucher and booked online with Quandoo. Service was efficient. Some staff were friendly but one of those serving was somewhat surly. the restaurant was amazingly empty for a Saturday night. We've beena few timnes before and it's been packed. The starters were excellent, among the best I've ever had in any Indian restaurant. The main course weren't as good. The chicken was somewhat dry and the lamb was a bit chewy. The sauces were good, the rice was good, and the naan bread was excellent. So it was the quality of the meat that wasn't as good. The member of the party who had the fish said it was superb. So a bit mixed, but I would go there again, but only with a voucher as otherwise it would be poor value.
VERY PLEASANT NICELY DECORATED RESTAURANT. LOVELY MEAL FOR THE PRICE. THE WAITER'S WERE VERY ATTENTIVE AND WE WERE NOT RUSHED TO VACATE THE TABLE AT THE END OF OUR MEAL. OUR FRIENDS WITH US FOR THIS MEAL HAD BEEN TO THIS RESTAURANT ON SEVERAL OCCASIONS AND HAD ALWAYS HAD A GOOD MEAL.I WOULD RECOMMEND IT TO ANYONE WHO ENJOYS A GOOD INDIAN MEAL. DON'T ORDER TOO MUCH AS A STARTER AND MAIN COURSE ARE SUFFICIENT.
The waiter who greeted us with a warm and welcoming smile, we thought good start, however the waiter who actually served was as different as chalk to cheese, a smile never crossed his face all the time he was serving us, he was polite granted but on giving him a fair tip, still no smile. The food was ok, nothing special but the rice had a lot of turmeric in it, not pleasent.We will NOT be returning.
The staff were lovely, food really great, atmosphere very relaxing and good prices. We had Set meal for two - bottle of Red Wine, and two Bailey's £47.00 although we couldn't finish the meal we had the option to take it home, which we think is great.
The service was prompt and the meal very good. We had the set meal for two which came with poppadums and relish tray, three curry choices and rice and naam bread. The restaurant is well decorated and we were treated to linen table cloths and napkins. All in All an enjoyable experience and would recommend.
The Food is sooo nice, there is a good choice on the menu, we had meat samosa and chicken pakora for starters, then a tandori mixed grill, It was really tasty and the staff were really friendly.