Glasgow has no shortage of curry houses, but Horn Please is a name that is standing out from the rest with its creative takes on classics and exciting Indian fusion cuisine, served up in small tapas-style portions, perfect for sharing. Located on Berkeley Street, a short walk from Charing Cross subway station, Horn Please draws in Indian cuisine connoisseurs from all over the city. Some of our favourite dishes include the spiced-seared haggis with fennel and mango chutney salad, the stuffed mini crepes with bottle gourd and yellow lentil curry, and the spice-crusted cod with fish stock reduction with grilled shiitake and asparagus. For an Indian experience that is out of the ordinary in Glasgow, take a trip to Horn Please. The secret is out the bag though, so booking a table in advance is advised!
The food was excellent, the cocktails were delicious and the service was impeccable. It seemed to be a very lovely group of staff that worked there and they took great care of us.
Food, service and timing was fantastic. I will definitely be coming back and recommending horn please to all my friends and family. Thank you for a great meal
A hidden gem, well worth the visit. This was my third visit and i’m already planning my next one. The service, as ever, was excellent. Staff knew the menu really well. I e mailed a few questions before hand and received very prompt reply. On arrival, the chef came out to personally address my queries. The food when it came was wonderful. They have managed to keep to authentic Indian tastes and have a very modern presentation. I sampled tastes that took me back to childhood in India. While my gran would not have recognised the presentation, she would have approved of the flavours!
Fabulous food unusual combinations but amazingly good and excellent value Staff very knowledgeable about the menu Recommend the cocktails and the desserts are simply amazingly good. What’s not to like?
Its a nice change to go to an Indian Restaurant like this, bit off beat, very self consciously shabby chic. Its very relaxed and quite a fun place to eat. I didn't expect to rave about their gin and tonic but it was amazing! The food is delicious and not the usual at all. Really very nice indeed. It was good value too. My only complaint is I just don't really like the whole tapas thing. To me it always feels like it's at the restaurants convenience to provide you with food as and when and in rather small portions and sold to you as the customer as a novel and trendy way to eat. We certainly ate enough but would all have preferred to get larger portions that we could all share all at one time. Service was friendly and good.
I have been twice recently to this restaurant and intend to return. The food is excellent as is the service and the environment is quirky and relaxed. The staff are super-helpful and helped me design a delicious menu for my son's birthday at very short notice. Thank you again, Goda, and see you soon!
First visit and will definitely be back, the food was excellent quite different from other Indian restaurants, great service and very comfortable, we had 2 appetisers and 3 dishes all great
Superb food and quality service in a charming setting. Highly recommend the Grilled Duck Breast dish along with the Masala Lamb Meatballs. Hope to be back there soon.
Charming and cosy little hidden gem. The flavours of food we ordered were so light, delicate and fresh. Our waitress was professional, courteous & attentive. It was a lovely dining experience. Thank you!
Mid-week and we were the only people in the restaurant. Shame, as the food is great and the place is really nice. Good service and will go back.