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Great food and service will definitely be back very soon
Fantastic menu, with really tasty and unusual dishes. Friendly staff without great service. Absolutely recommend.
Stunningly good food in an informal venue. Not a place for a romantic meal but great for a fun date. A million miles from tikka masala land.
I have been many times before and come back with different friends, the standard remains consistently high. Look forward to seeing you again soon!
Visited after a bit of online research. Horn Please is a small, intimate restaurant serving small plate contemporary Indian cuisine. The waitress explained the menu and told us the evening variations. We ordered 5 different plates all of which were superb. The lamb curry is by far the best we have ever had. Don’t miss if you are in Glasgow and looking for an authentic Indian meal with a modern twist.
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.
We really didn't know what to expect from a Contemporary Indian Cuisine restaurant but we were hugely impressed. We're usually city centre diners but was recommended this newly relocated restaurant by friends. The service was first class and the food was exceptional. Our small plates choices were helped by the couple sitting next to us who had been a few times - and the waitress - who, managed (very admirably) the full front of house by herself. Highlights for us included - the boneless masala chicken curry, spring lamb and potato curry and the chicken tikka breast with the cream and fenugreek sauce. Delicious! We had 8 plates between 3 of us and found that plenty. A very impressive first time visit with my husband already arranging visit No 2! Well done everyone - a true hidden gem!
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!
My husband and I had dinner at Horn Please last night. We went with another couple and had a lovely time. The food was amazing, the atmosphere was great and the service was excellent! Thank you! We will be back!!!
Deliciously tasty food in a relaxed and trendy setting with great service - love this place and would recommend to anyone who loves Indian to experience this different take on it. I love the fact it’s tapas - makes it more fun as you get to try more and they are decent sizes too. Very good value.