Once upon a time, when the Viceroys were in change of what was then the British Raj, the scope of what we now know as India was much larger. The modern day 29 states of the world’s largest democracy were joined by the current countries of Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Afghanistan and Myanmar. The cuisines of these nations are often lumped together in the UK under the banner of Indian cuisine, but at Viceroy Indian in Manchester, they offer a little more authentic taste of the diversity of the subcontinent. In fact, in the form of their Bangla City branch on Grafton Street in the centre of Hyde, they offer specialities from Sylhet, delicacies from Dhaka and curries from Chittagong, as well as the traditional tandoori dishes that one would expect to see. Book a table and set a course for the east of Manchester for a real Bangladeshi feast.
The food was to a high standard, The service was attentive but not overpowering. Good surroundings and decor. However the room was cold which dampened spirits.
Was lovely evening with my partner and food was lovely and service was spot on. Will be back with the family and for entertainment nights x
good food great staff enjoyed my birthday but ate to much good value for money Monday to Thursday as two for one on curry A+++