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An outpost of Indian cuisine in the wilds of the West Country, Viceroy is more than just a curry house. They offer up all the classics that one would expect to see at a British Indian restaurant, and then supplement them with their own range of Bangladeshi delicacies and chef’s specialities. Set course for Middle Street in Yeovil to discover one of the finest eateries in Somerset – just make sure you book a table ahead of time.
Good food and service, first tme back here in a while things have defiantly improved. Will probably use again for takeaways. The Viceroy is back.
easy to book, great food (a little pricey maybe?) and attentive staff. Would visit again. Parking not great but use the cinema car park (2 min walk)
Top quality. Worth the extra spent there. Melt in you mouth lamb really did feel like that. Local people recommended this restaurant to myself and wife.
The relationship between the UK and Indian food is long and storied, and few would contest the idea that the neighbourhood curry house is Britain’s favourite place to eat out. The good people of the West Country enjoy a spicetacular night out as much as anyone, and in Somerset, they can head down to Yeovil’s Middle Street for their fill of authentic Indian and Bangladeshi dishes at Viceroy, a restaurant with a reputation for big flavours, fresh ingredients and unpretentious surroundings.
The strength of an Indian restaurant lies in their curries, and at Viceroy on Middle Street in Yeovil, they can justly claim to serve up some of the best in Somerset. Their classics selection includes all that one would expect to see – including the famed Phall, the hottest curry usually available – and their specials include outstanding unique Bangladeshi and North Indian dishes such as xakuti, cooked in a coconut sauce, and khatta khargosh, rabbit in onion and garlic with plenty of chillies.