We have eaten here many times and like one of the other reviewers I was given the 'cookery course' as a birthday present. It would be good if you actually got to do the cooking, but you don't. You do get to eat the meal though. As I was on my own on the 'course', this was done in splendid isolation.
The food is truly excellent and it was this restaurant (Signature Viceroy) and its sister restaurant next door that changed my mind, after having eaten some pretty appalling Indian meals elsewhere. The service is good and the sheer variety of meals is superb. Service can be either over attentive or lacking, which is typical of a large amount of India Restaurants. Maybe it is a resul of my not apprciating cultural differences.
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