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Indian Eatery Horn Ok Please Opening Three Locations This Summer

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The Indian fast-food joint Horn Ok Please is taking over in a big way. Three locations are opening their doors in Metro Vancouver this Summer.

The first of which has just opened up shop on Denman Street with a menu full of cheap and tasty eats inspired by the street food of Delhi.

They’re serving up a variety of Kathi Rolls, including: Butter Chicken, Chicken Tikka, Paneer, Aloo Masala and Lamb Seekh (just to name a few).


The wraps cost $6.99 for a small and $8.99 for the regular size. Add some snacks to share like Aloo Tikki, Vegetarian Pakoras or Chicken Samosas. They also have a selection of Curries, Rice Bowls and Naan (obviously).

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Wash it down with one of their Indian-inspired beverages: Masala Chai or Mango Lassi.

As for their name, it’s a common phase in India that is seen on trucks, buses and cabs to alert the driver behind to sound their horn if they wish to pass by.

The other two locations set to open later this Summer are on Hornby and Pacific Streets and at SFU’s Burnaby campus.


Horn Ok Please

Location: Now open at 1162 Denman Street in the West End. Second location opening soon at Hornby and Pacific Streets and the third opening later this Summer at SFU’s Burnaby campus.


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