18/06/2017 – Somethingbyemily.com

HEARTY MODERN INDIAN FOOD? YES, HORN PLEASE!

“With a wood fireplace crackling away and the sweet scent of aromatic curries, Horn Please in Fitzroy North was the perfect dining experience for a winter’s night out.”

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17/06/2017 – Ceriseellencherry.com

MELBOURNE WINTER WARMER: HORN PLEASE

“Every bite was delicious but the Coconut Fish Curry stole my heart! The flavour was perfection and it just melted in my mouth.”

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06/2017 – AUZZI AUSTRALIA

HORN PLEASE: A TASTE OF INDIA WITH A TWIST

“Melbourne based Indian restaurant, Horn Please, is wooing diners with its innovative range of culinary offerings rich in spice, colour and unique presentation style.”

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08/05/2017 – BROADSHEET

MAKE THE ULTIMATE BEER SNACK: PAPDI CHAAT

“Nachos are one of the world’s great beer pairings. Here’s how to take it to another level with the hot, sweet and savoury flavours of “Indian nachos”.”

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14/08/2014 – BROADSHEET

INDIAN FOOD’S NEW SETTING

“We speak with the Singhs about creative Indian food and why curry has never been as cool as it should be.”

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03/04/2014 – Remodelista.com

Horn Please: A Playful Indian Canteen in Melbourne

“Horn Please (one of their three local establishments)…serves up Indian street food-curries, naan from the tandoor and homemade kulfi-in a playful, airy dining room…”

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03/03/2014 – WeHeart.co.uk

YES PLEASE!

“Not your typical Indian joint…Different in the very best sense.”

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30/5/2013 – THE AGE

THE MELBOURNE MAGAZINE I COOK… WITH JESSI SINGH FROM HORN PLEASE

“Jessi Singh from Horn Please in North Fitzroy cooks a home-style Indian banquet.”

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30/5/2013 – THE AGE

THE AGE GOOD FOOD UNDER $30 2013

“There was much rejoicing when Horn Please came to town…This is traditional dhaba (‘roadside’) food in a sophisticated, candle-lit setting, raising the bar on Indian dining with top-notch ingredients.”


14/12/2012 – THE AGE

MELBOURNE’S BEST NEW PLACES TO EAT & DRINK 2012… HORN PLEASE RUNNER UP IN BEST NEW UNDER $30

“Melbourne restaurant Horn Please, a new breed of Indian diner, using top quality, local ingredients in a smart, modern setting.

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24/11/2012 – THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD

THEY HAD NO IDEA IT WOULD BE SO POPULAR…

“Curries with stone-ground spices and meat sourced primarily from the Macedon Ranges are prepared in the afternoon and simmer for hours before the restaurant opens. A selection of hard-to-find craft beer complements the food nicely.”
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10/11/2012 – THE AGE EPICURE

NO OIL SLICKS, MORE SOPHISTICATED SPICING THAN USUALLY ENCOUNTERED AMONG MELBOURNE’S INDIAN RESTAURANTS

“Horn Please had me at the fat samosas, which were stuffed with pea and potato, green mango and pomegranate.”

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28/09/2012 – THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD

THE INNOVATORS

Our cover stars, a dozen or so foodie folk we reckon have led the way this year in dining trends… meet the people who took dining in a new direction in Melbourne in 2012. Jessi & Jennifer Singh from Fitzroy North’s Horn Please.


28/08/2012 – THE AGE EPICURE

“HONK, HONK. DOES HORN PLEASE SIGNAL A NEW BREED OF INDIAN DINER?

Horn Please raises the bar of Indian dining, keeping the food grounded in tradition but modernizing the dining experience.”


21/08/2012 – BROADSHEET

“…BUT IT’S THE STREET FOOD SECTION OF THE MENU THAT REALLY STANDS OUT.

The Papdi Chaat, described as “the motherland’s version of nachos and salsa” is a colourful bowl full of crispy deep-fried wafers, cubes of just-cooked potatoes and chickpeas covered in sweet and green chutneys, yoghurt and pomegranate seeds. It’s the perfect foil to one of the 21 beers on the menu, not to mention a great snack…”

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24/07/2012 – THE AGE EPICURE

“JESSI AND JENNIFER SINGH, OWNERS OF KYNETON’S DHABA AT THE MILL INDIAN RESTAURANT AND THE DHABA FOOD TRUCK, ARE BRINGING THE TASTES OF THE SUBCONTINENT TO FITZROY NORTH.”

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