About Horn Please
Had such a fantastic time at Horn Please. Got to try some amazing food and cocktails at this quirky wee Indian basement restaurant. Go out of your comfort zone with the food and try things you wouldn't dare! Gram flour yoghurt curry with fried rice and masala okra,gulab jamun cheesecake and lassi colada cocktails were stand outs. The service was second to none from our Lithuanian waitress (I wish I'd gotten her name) who answered every question and there were a few knowledgeably and with a smile.
Fantastically different Indian!
Amazing food, great service and an Indian menu with a twist!
Contemporary take on Indian street food
Named after the stickers which are often found on Indian trucks, Horn Please is a contemporary Indian street food restaurant on Elderslie Street. It occupies a surprisingly light and bright basement space which is filled with Indian curios. Rattan furniture, Indian newspaper used as wall paper, a Thumbs Up cola mural and a vintage water pump all add to an enjoyably quirky atmosphere.
Indian street food and tapas fusion
Horn Please delivers an intriguing menu which mixes traditional Indian street food with contemporary tapas to create its own culinary fusion. For diners who want to get off the most well worn Anglo-Indian culinary highways, Horn Please offers several colourful diversions.
Dishes like the mini dosas stuffed with bottle gourd and yellow lentil curry would not seem out of place in an Indian truck stop. More adventurous combos – like the spice-seared haggis with fennel and mango chutney salad – would be more likely to raise eyebrows.
Alongside the meat and seafood sections, there are plenty of exciting veggie options. Dishes like the gram flour yoghurt curry with fried rice and crunchy masala okra or the mushroom and onion roll with braised spinach purée ensure that Horn Please will always be a culinary adventure.
Local attractions and transport links
Horn Please is on Elderslie Street. There is limited on-street parking and the nearest train station is Charing Cross. The SSE Hydro and SECC are fifteen minute walk while the King’s Theatre is about five minutes away.