There are a couple of great reasons to head down to Fitzroy North's Horn Please on Wednesday, August 15 — it's both Indian Independence Day and the celebrated restaurant's sixth birthday. And, to make it extra special, the restaurant will host a special all-you-can-eat feast for just $15 a head.
As well as recognising the Indian joint's anniversary, the occasion will also celebrate the return of former owner and chef Jessi Singh who, after serving up his signature Indian nosh in New York for the last three years, is moving back to Melbourne. He sold Horn Please (and his other two restaurants, Kyneton's Dhaba on the Mill and Babu Ji in St Kilda) to Amar and Raj Singh in 2015, but now he's back on board as a consultant and executive chef, having led a recent transformation of the venue's menu, look and feel.
So this bash offers up the perfect opportunity to take a peep at the newly minted interior — and try some of Melbourne's best Indian food. For just $15, you'll be able to eat all the butter chicken, beef lahsooni, dahl and rice you can reasonably stomach. Note that it's a no-reservations, cash-only and BYO wine ($10 corkage) situation