Each Wall & every picture here has an untold Story !
Rating – 4.5/5.
Address – Near HDFC Bank, Kalyani Nagar.
Parking – Valet Parking is available.
VFM – Quite reasonable, not too aggressively priced and the portion sizes are reasonable as well.
The Ambience and Food here is largely inspired by the lifestyle of Miners around the World and that is probably the strength of this place as you really get to eat a very different take on Indian and World food.
The Ambience – The Ambience is slightly rustic and as aforementioned is based on Miner’s lifestyle. There are numerous artifacts for representational purposes depicting a typical day in a Miner’s life and all I can say is that the environment here is definitely different. There are books and poems written all over that would give the visitor further insight into why some of these artifacts are placed the way they exist. I only visited their indoor section since I went for lunch but they do have a considerable area on the rooftop as well so they have something for everyone and this is a covered rooftop so you could still go for it during Monsoons.
The Food (Starters & Mains) – I was here as part of the tasting invite for their specially curated Veg/Non Veg Lunch Boxes. During this experience I had a great time with their food and apart from the Non Veg Big Digger’s Lunch Box, the items which I would recommend are as below:
Black Chicken Skewers – Juicy Chicken marinated in a Sesame based marination which surprisingly and pleasantly doesn’t quite overpower the dish. #HighlyRecommended
Mango Berry Shake – This was one beverage that I really enjoyed across all tastings I have done recently and once I ordered this became the favorite on our Table and almost everyone ordered this. If you’re a Teetotaler like me, go for it without any second thoughts while you’re here. #HighlyRecommended
Non Veg Big Digger’s Lunch Box – This came with a fair enough quantity consisting of two thin paranthas, a Chicken gravy, Yellow Dal, Salad, Kasundi & Cauliflower based dry vegetable preparation, a generous portion of Rice and a different kind of sweet preparation (something you wouldn’t have had before for sure as it is influenced from Eastern India’s cuisine, they call it ‘Dehati Cookie & Cream‘). I really found this a quality proposition and two people can easily share the Big digger’s box but you would do well to order some extra breads.
The Desserts – The Desserts were pretty decent and it ranged from the traditional Bajra based cookie (Thekua) with sweetened cream to American & Continental Desserts.
Overall my first experience (out of the many to come) at Mineority by Saby was definitely impressive and it is great to see that for a change some places do live up to their Social Media hype.
The Verdict – This Food Mine is definitely worth digging and more often than not you’re likely to find Diamonds hidden underneath almost everywhere.
Please find some more pictures of the Food which I also had while I was out there and the ones I did taste, please find a brief on them with an in-image comment.