|New Star Review
With few expectations... Chicago's Indian connections lies along a narrow strip of territory, a segment of Devon Avenue bounded on the east by Clark Street and the west by the California Avenue, there lies a double handful of restaurants that devote themselves to satisfying a growing taste for tandoori cooking and any of the subcontinent's myriad curries.
Among the better examples of the genre is Viceroy of India, which sometimes even justifies its grandiloquent name, if not the ambiance, then on the plate. Those in the mood for a capsule food tour and willing to stick to about 20 fairly conventional dishes such as a tandoori chicken, aloo gobi, lamb curry and the like could do worse than opt for the $8.95 luncheon buffet. Dishes, however are replenish sporadically during the buffet and with reluctance as it 'winds down'.