We were there for lunch and our co-workers who had ate there before had claimed that their butter chicken was the best butter chicken they ever had in their entire life! Based on this review, we went there only to find great disappointments. Let's start with the food:
The butter chicken was okay, definitely NOT the best, or even close the the butter chiken for 1/3 of the price across the street in the International food court stand. There was not a hint of spice in it. The chicken had okay texture, not dry, but it tasted like it was not marinated with the sauce. The sauce itself is not very special at all, it had a pretty colour, but that's about it. It was just bland.
The bread was really hard and yet chewy....the worst combination for Nann bread! I don't know how they manage to acheive such weird texture with their Nann..yuck!
Now moving on to the service, which is not that great. We were confused as to who our waiter/waitress is because we had like 3 people attending our table, yet none of them seem to have good waiting skills: The waitress serve our food without spoon and sharing plate (when we had clearly indicated in the beginning that we were sharing), we order coffee and it never came, and when we ask for the bill, it took a while for them to give us the credit card thing to sign.
The only thing that is good is the restaurant atmosphere. It has a really high ceiling and art-deco inspired furnitures/decorations.
Eventho I wonder maybe they just had a bad butter chicken day when we went, I would not visit Cooper Chimney again, it's just way too much to pay for a "fusion-inspired" curry dish.