Horn Please has just opened its doors between Sauchiehall Street and the popular Finnieston area to welcoming restaurant arms; it offers a new take on Indian style dining, and we couldn't wait to try it out. The Venue You might not immediately notice this basement restaurant from outside, but its lively…
Berkeley Street may be the city centre home of studios and bites, but Horn Please is offering dining punters and Indian themed alternative for dinner.
A friendly, welcoming and open dining space in the heart of the city, Horn Please is not only named after the phrase that noted Indian food trucks have printed upon their back and sides, the restaurant space itself is one of industrial materials, woven dining chairs and pops of colour.
Hailing their menu as one that boasts a 'new concept of Indian cuisine', diners at Horn Please can expect a plethora of exciting cocktails set alongside dishes such as chicken tikka with fenugreek sauce, a strong vegetarian menu featuring a grilled paneer salad and stuffed mini dosas.
- Restaurant Bar , Cocktail Bar , Wine Bar
- After work drinks , Chatting and Drinking , Eating and Drinking
- Glasgow City Centre, West End
- Happily Affordable
- 18 For Alcohol
- Background Music
- No queues normally
|Monday||12:00||22:00||Private Hire Only.|
Horn Please, 91B, Berkeley Street, G3 7DX
Glasgow City Centre
|Main Restaurant Area||60||60||-||£15 PP||£25 PP|
|Whole venue hire||Venue Hire||60||60||-||£500||£1700|