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Koramangala being the busy hub that it is, this restaurant sees quite a bit of foot-fall. It is spacious, nevertheless, I would recommend that you head in a little before or after peak hours if you want to be seated quickly. If you are going the a la carte way, then the 'Hara Bhuna Paneer' may be a good way to start, if you are vegetarian (or if even if you are not). If you would rather go down the fried route, then the 'Bhutte Ke Pakore' is definitely up your alley. And for Paneer lovers (there is a lot of paneer on the menu), the 'Punjabi Paneer' makes a good choice. For meat eaters, the 'Tandoor Murgh' – go for the 'Lollipops' if you want a little excitement. For your main course – pair the usual range of rotis and rice with the 'Kukkad Patiala', or the 'Special Rara Kukkad' or even the 'Mutton Rogan Josh' which is quite decadent here. For something a bit milder you can opt for the 'Lahori Dingri Kofta' which makes for a nice main. The restaurant has a full bar that you can indulge in, especially if you are ringing over the weekend. You can also go in for the 'Masala Chaas' which is quite popular and the 'Lassi Malai Marke' will be the last thing that you will order for the day. 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.