I had heard so much about this place and how it serves pure Amritsari water and blah blah blah that I just had to go check it out! Heres what I thought of it.
Food- Youll find North Indian food here- kulchas, dals, parathas, sabjis, chawal basically typical Punjabi cuisine. We were four of us and decided to call for 2 lassis (initial taste-bitter, found a small strip of plastic in mine so probably readymade lassi), 2 makke di rotis (ok), 1 sarson da saag (slightly bland), 1 Amritsari roasted papad (not nice) and 1 Cheese garlic kulcha (no traces or taste of cheese) to start with. We got complementary chhole (decent) with the kulcha. So yeah, after being totally disappointed with the food, we decided not to call for anything more and fill our stomachs properly at a restaurant we could trust. About the Amritsari water taste, does it really matter?
Ambience- Oye Kake is located in an area your dad might be familiar with. Its in Fort, the left lane from Chroma, right next to Yazdani Bakery. The décor is simple, contemporary with a dash of desiness. The music instruments, frames and fun stuff on the wall brings out the theme but I wish there were more colours.
Service- The service was sad. When I gave them the strip of plastic they just took and it didnt even apologize let alone do something about the lassi. Also, I dont think they really cared if we really enjoyed the meal cause they didnt bother to come and take feedback or in any way look like they were interested in working on their negatives.
Prices- The prices are very reasonable but the food and service make me regretfully say that its not worth it. The kulcha was for Rs. 89, the sarson da saag for Rs. 89, Lassi for Rs. 40, Makke di roti Rs. 25. The bill came up to Rs. 368 and we were barely full or satisfied.
Verdict- Theyve got to change their attitude most importantly followed by the food quality. They do have potential to do better.