Horrible food, exorbitant prices. Neither the starters nor the main course are anywhere close to being 'Punjabi'! Please AVOID!!
Oye Amritsar was one restaurant, which we had heard of with high praise. It serves North Indian food made typically Punjabi style. One unique thing that is available there is Sarson-da-Saag (vegetable made from spinach and mustard leaves). The onus of ordering was on me this time. Though it didn’t mean anything but the reason for this shift was cause... More
I have been to this place for dinner with my friends. The ambience is in dhaba style. The food is good. They offer a good quantity of food at reasonable price. The service is also good. I will recommend this place for family and friends.
I actually visited the Indira Nagar branch. The restaurant has a nice welcoming touch to it. Tough the extravagant use of colors might not be appealing to all. Good ambiance all together. Best seats are the ones with the view of the 80ft road below. Food is good and does taste Punjabi.. the quantity though is debatable! The servings were... More
Went to Oye Amritsar,Royal Meenakshi Mall,Bangalore with colleagues for Dinner.Food was gud..Masala Chaas is a must try..Starters are Gud..Loved the taste of "Dal Makhani" ...keep it up guys
The places serves punjabi cuisine. The best part is that they get the taste good, but it is expensive. You can't visit every week.month. The ambiance is rustic dhaba type, which is not bad. Atmosphere is fine when you are with group, if alone or 2 / 3 members you may feel dull.
There is a certain bit of greatness in this place coupled with its great atmosphere and a suitable taste great enough to tickle all your buds. The entire ambiance was electrifying and the food really was original. The Serving team also lives up to its mark and you are attended well. So just go ahead and try.......
This is really a good restaurant in the area actually i have visited it in koramangla. We have eaten in all the restaurant nearby it but we did not better food than this. Good delicious Sikh kabab. Price is also ok. Good for Veg or nonvegis both. Take your visiting or company id card to get some discount as we... More
Buy the lassi first. If you have any appetite left after you are done with the lassi, go for the Punjabi food. Best planned with advance reservation, otherwise it tends to be crowded around meal time.
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