A Reality TV show which saw restaurants go head to head to win money for charity has visited a Windsor restaurant.

The Bengali show, broadcasted on Channel S TV, a bilingual British/Bengali station, filmed hundreds of applicants during a two-year selection process.

Featuring several rounds where contestants to battle it out and progress through the competition, almost 100 restauranteurs were narrowed down in rounds of questions about the restaurant industry, staff retention, markets, innovation and more.

Scored by a judges panel, celebrities, MPs, and business entrepreneurs, the final three contestants were chosen to go through to the final and tasked with launching a new dish as part of the final round at their respective restaurants.

Judges and the involved parties attended the events, which were recorded for the final showdown.

Viceroy of Windsor put forward their entry of Kasundi Scallops in a charity event on November 9, funded entirely by the industry and dedicated to local charities Thames Hospice and Windsor Foodbank.

Guests were treated to an Indian banquet for £25 a head, with every penny going to charity.

The Viceroy made the Grand Final and came in third overall, with the dinner being part of the restaurant's final ‘pitch’.

Following the reveal of the restaurant's success, a cheque was handed over to the charities at the restaurant on Tuesday, December 6.

Both charities received £800, handed to them by the Mayor of the Royal Borough, Christine Bateson.

She said: “I’m very proud to support any business that wants to contribute to charity. But this was particularly special because of how much work was put in."

The owner of the Viceroy of Windsor, Shamsul Shelim said: “We were proud to have delivered millions of meals to vulnerable people and key workers during lockdown. But now we want to look to the future.

“We asked everyone involved with this event to work for free, and our suppliers responded by donating all the food and drink.

"The result was the first-ever zero-cost charity event in Windsor, but more importantly we have created an idea that can be replicated across the country. Supporting people in need."

Other finalists included restaurants from Cambridge and Shoreditch.