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As the name suggests, the place represents the life of miners and the theme, menu and the décor all reflect that. The restaurant has displayed its theme in the most colourful, chic and humble fashion. The potted plants are pretty as a picture with both an outdoor and an indoor seating. A good vegetarian dish to try here is the 'Cauliflower and Pumpkin Skewers' which have been char-grilled and served with a sesame paste, traditional flatbread and some fresh and tangy coriander chutney.
We went for lunch. We were really mesmerized by the graffiti leading up to the restaurant and were blown away further by the décor. Brilliantly designed. Food was good, the chicken could have been better but the coconut prawns were too good. Drinks were a bit expensive but the cocktails were pretty good too. But i can imagine spending countless hours there with friends. The rooftop bar was also very nice and at night often gets very lit. Would definitely recommend a visit here if you're in Pune.
Overpriced food, crappy crowd and worst service ever! Loud music, untrained staff. Do not visit!!!!!!
Mineority by Sabby is a concept restaurant in Pune, while searching for camera-friendly eateries in Pune. The restaurant is built on the theme of mines or kolihari in Bengali; as it is called in that part of the world. We visited this place on a Sunday afternoon and my wife was instantly happy looking at the ambiance. The sunlit hall along with contrasting shades of blue and yellow colored furniture made the setting perfect. To add to the hall’s decor there was a stairway designed to blend with the concept of mines, which leads to a rooftop with concept furniture and well decorated corners to delight the guests. I candidly ordered a ‘Suourer bachcha’ (Yes, I spelled that correctly!), while my wife sipped on a ‘Nagangi’. The menu had drawn many inspirations from the popular dishes that root in the towns and localities of the mine fields of West Bengal along with few Kolkata style Chinese adaptations. We ordered ‘Stir Fried Chilly Pork’ and ‘Dad’s Royal Rezala’ in lunch. We loved the food, the portion was enough for two of us and found the bled of spice well suited to our taste. Finally, we retired for the day with a bite on the ‘Miners Dark Devil Cake’. Overall, the place was a value for money.
Being an ardent fan of Lavaash by Saby here in New Delhi, Mineority by Savy seemed like an obvious choice. Inspired by Chef Saby's childhood experiences in the mining community, the chic and quirky cafe boasts of food from all over the mining regions of the world. We tried an African chicken curry with ragi pancake and mushroom and indigenous cheese balls. A must go for live music, their amazing drinks and speciality foods.
Mine-ority is a cool place, based on the theme of miners & mining. It has got the menu, ambience and decor inspired by the theme. The food and drinks are good. That's what makes this place worth repeating.