Horn Please, the name of the Indian tapas restaurant on Elderslie Street, has long been a mystery. That’s because no one knows what it actually means*.
Many have consulted with oracles, hermits and assorted bearded sorcerers, but the answer still eludes them.
All that they know is that Horn Please specialises in playful, tasty Indian tapas food, making it a fun eating spot for two.
*OK, confession time. We actually do know what Horn Please means – it’s named after the ubiquitous stickers found on Indian trucks.
Now that we’ve got that out of the way, let’s focus on what really matters – the food. Horn Please serves an intriguing menu mixing traditional Indian street food with contemporary tapas to create its own culinary fusion.
Tapas dishes like the bread pakora with meat & fish fillings, the stuffed crepes with bottle gourd & yellow lentil curry and the spinach & paneer pastry with butternut squash puree are all sure to surprise and intrigue.
This Big Deal is for four tapas dishes from a set menu and a bottle of house wine to share between two.
Horn Please is a contemporary Indian street food restaurant on Elderslie Street. It occupies a surprisingly light and bright basement space filled with Indian curios.
Rattan furniture, Indian newspaper used as wallpaper and a vintage water pump all add to an enjoyably quirky atmosphere.
Horn Please has enjoyed positive reviews on Trip Advisor, including the following:
‘Food is excellent & service very helpful & attentive. Fantastic price for the quality of the meal & the cocktails, which were fab! Can t wait to go back.’ Rating 5/5
‘Such a great place. Amazing food, yummy cocktails, and such good value for money. We will definitely be back.’ Rating 4.75/5
‘Such an amazing surprise! Cool restaurant, lovely staff, original food, great cocktails! What else Can’t wait to go back!’ Rating 5/5
This Big Deal of tapas and wine for two at Horn Please would make a lively, flavoursome night out for two.
Lively Indian dining experience? Yes, please.