Think you know Indian food?
Horn Please is a contemporary Indian street food restaurant on Elderslie Street.
Its unusual name comes from the stickers which are often found on Indian trucks.
Honk if you like today’s Big Deal on tapas for two plus a glass of chilled Prosecco each at Horn Please.
Having launched late last summer, Horn Please has quickly developed a loyal following among those who like to escape from Indian food’s most well-worn paths.
A light and bright basement space which is filled with Indian curios, Horn Please specialises in traditional Indian street food and contemporary tapas.
Great introduction to Horn Please
Available seven days a week, this offer is for two people to share four tapas dishes as well as enjoying a glass of Prosecco each.
It’s the ideal introduction to Horn Please and their colourful culinary concoctions.
More traditional options might be the marinated lamb meatball curry or the grilled cod in a green curry sauce.
Adventurous combos – like the spice-seared haggis with fennel and mango chutney salad or the grilled venison with cashew sauce and crispy mushrooms – might be more likely to raise eyebrows.
Alongside the meat and seafood sections, there are plenty of exciting veggie options.
Stuffed crepes with bottlegourd and yellow lentil curry or lentil and rice croquettes ensure that Horn Please will always be a culinary adventure.
Desserts include a green cardamom pannacotta with grilled mango and white chocolate rabdi or the intriguing chocolate cream with spiced sand and white chocolate rocks.
A £2.75 supplement applies to the following: masala baby aubergines, grilled venison, breaded pork daube, crusted lamb rack, grilled scallops, salmon.
Discount shown is taken from most expensive options.
Horn Please has inspired many a diner to comment on the restaurant’s 5pm Dining page:
‘Different – in a good way! We are regular curry eaters but this was our first visit here. It was a refreshing change! The stuffed crepes were excellent, but to be honest we loved everything we had: duck, cod, chicken tikka, potato and capsicum curry. Oh, and the cocktails too: the mango one was delicious. Our waitress was very attentive and helpful too.’ Rating 5/5
‘Fab deal and fab place to eat! Love the food here and it is a super quirky place to eat! Go try it.’ Rating 5/5
‘Amazing! I love Horn Please. It’s different from any other Indian. Tapas style Indian food in exciting and unusual flavours and combos. The cocktails are fun and delicious too.’ Rating 5/5
This Big Deal would be perfect for a night out with friends or a date night.
As we have said, it would make the ideal introduction to Horn Please and could also be used for a bite to eat before catching a show.
The King’s Theatre is a five minute walk while the SSE Hydro, SEC and Clyde Auditorium are around a fifteen minute walk.
If you have an appetite for adventurous Indian tapas, snap up this Big Deal and ‘Toot toot!’ for Horn Please.