This chain of restaurants is where you head to on a working day, for an early dinner, on the days you don’t feel like cooking or when the family wants a treat and you want to make everyone happy. Begin with the 'Bhuna Paneer' if you love paneer (there are so many dishes to try with this core ingredient). If you would rather go down the fried route, then the 'Bhutte Ke Pakore' is a good bet. The 'Sanewal Mushroom Tikka' – stuffed button mushrooms, as well as the 'Tandoori Kukkad', are topnotch picks too. But if you would rather settle down with some classic parathas – then the 'Aloo Parathas' are highly recommended here. With some 'Mirchi and Dahi' on the side, you will be set. Head into the main course with some 'Cheese Garlic Naan' and 'Laccha Paratha' that is quite popular. The team that up with some 'Palak Paneer' (yes, paneer again). The 'Chicken Patiala', the 'Special Rara Kukkad' or even the 'Mutton Rogan Josh' are good picks as well. The 'Makki Di Roti' and 'Sarson ka Saag' are an eternal favourite here. You may want to round it off with some 'Biryani', but fair warning, the portions are daunting. Pair your meal with some 'Masala Chaas' or 'Lassi Malai Marke'. In the dessert section, the 'Gulab Jamun' and 'Rabri Jalebi' are your best bets. Oye Amritsar also caters to the diner in a hurry and so you have substantial thalis in vegetarian and meat options giving you are a really hearty meal that will require you to put that meeting on hold post lunch. Or you can go in for the Jaldi platters, where the food plated up for one, again in vegetarian and meat options.