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This chain of restaurants is where you head to on a working day, for an early dinner, on the days you do not feel like cooking or when the family wants a treat and you want to make everyone happy. Start off with the 'Sanewal Mushroom Tikka' – these stuffed button mushrooms are legendary up North, I am told. They are a nice pick. The 'Tandoori Kukkad' comes straight out of the tandoor, so do not let those fingers singe. The bright red masala is the kinds that stay. For the main course, you can stick with popular favourites like the 'Dal Makhani' with a very generous circle of Makkan on it. Add a 'Butter Chicken' and mop it all up with a 'Laccha Paratha' and you are set to head for desserts. If you want to take a break in between, then a 'Masala Chaas' would be a good idea. Seasonal dishes like 'Makki di Roti' and 'Sarson Ka Saag' always find a place on the menu. Desserts are the usual suspects with 'Gulab Jamun' and 'Rabri Jalebi' being the better picks. You can also opt for simpler icecreams if you want to go easy on the sweet factor. 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.
This vicinity ( on 100ft road between Delmia and Vega city) is slowly developing into a food hub . Bunch of sweet shops , shake joints and now a few good restaurants have opened up in the recent past. Stopped over for lunch with a bunch of foodie friends One must spend 10 minutes enjoying the remarkably funny quotes and graphics on the walls !!! 😂😂 Very simple "just eat and get out" dining place suitable for both groups of friends and families. For Saturday lunch , saw folks waiting to be seated... so they are doing pretty well. The prices match the entry level casual dining setup. Masala papad was standard and served as a good starter. Palak Anjeer tikka was loaded with loads of anjeer and was begging to be called a dessert !!! 😀😀. But I used the mint chutney and lime lavishly to spice it up to my liking. Punjabi Paneer tikka were square cubes of colourful ( hope natural) and well marinated and cooked standard fare. Shikanjvi was quite dilute and more like a lime juice. Reported it to staff and they were quite open to feedback. In the main course Lahori Dhingri kofta won my heart. The gravy was a beautiful balance of rich(grease 👌) tangy,sweet and mild spices . With the breads it was heavenly !! Paneer makhani was another gravy that I loved. Succulent paneer cubes in a rich gravy . The kind that is grounded... nothing fancy but does the job damn well. Hot Jilebis with nice and thick Rabdi was a befitting high to the enjoyable Punjabi khana.
* Good place to have non-veg items. The service was really good. * we ordered Chicken Biriyani and the quantity was more than enough. * 2 Biriyani can be served for 3 people. * Jilebi was quite amazing.
When you're around JP Nagar and in mood for some authentic Punjabi food, this should be your first choice. We went there for a family dinner after a few disappointing outings to other north Indian places recently, and this place definitely lifted our spirits. Aloo-gobi was really fantastic and ordering it the second time was a wise decision. I've had better Dal makhanis elsewhere, but their quality of roti, nan, paranthas, make up for any shortcomings. I think JP Nagar outlet is better than their couple of other outlets.
This is a nice restaurant if you're fan of punjabi food. It's expensive for all the dishes. Taste is not very great , but average. You can get some authentic punjabi dishes like sarso da sag, makke di roti, etc. The sweets are good . Overall : 4/5
oye amritsar is serves a great variety of north indian food with good taste. We had non veg items, which were really good.