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!
Visited restaurant with my husband for the first time. Will certainly be back. Food was absolutely delicious, fabulous atmosphere and staff were so friendly and helpful. Loved being able to taste a variety of Indian inspired dishes tapas style. Fabulous gin cocktails made it a perfect evening. Would highly recommend everyone to give it a try.
Indisches Restaurant mit hervorragenden Angebot. Aufgrund der geringen Anzahl an Plätzen ist eine Reservierung sehr zu empfehlen. Ausreichend Zeit einplanen, da der Abend bei indischen Tapas lang werden kann.
Brilliant highly recommend. Had 3 dishes each and was just perfect for the two of us. Parking on street outside so was convenient for us travelling about 30mins drive.