Mineority By Saby is an interesting mining themed place located in the Fortaleza building in Kalyani Nagar.

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Mineority By Saby
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Wall Art

Mining wall art, mining helmets and equipment, paintings, posters, quirky chairs make this place absolutely instagrammable and an ideal location for photo shoots. The place has an indoor and a rooftop seating.

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Wall Art
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Wall Art
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The Ambiance

The BTeam was invited for a food tasting and here’s a brief summary of my experience at the event.

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100% Arabica Cold Coffee

For drinks, I had the 100% Arabica Cold Coffee. If you’re a caffeine addict, then this cold coffee is meant for you. It had a lovely coffee flavor and was just a bit on the bitter side.

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Shoe Rolls

The Shoe Rolls were dumplings filled with cheese, mushrooms and black pepper. The name ‘Shoe Rolls’ to emphasize on the use of choux pastry to make these dumplings.

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The Mining Club Cutlet

The Mining Club Cutlet had minced beetroot, green peas, cashew nuts and kasundi in a mix of spices and was served with a barbeque sauce. I liked the texture of the cutlet and the sharp flavour of kasundi enhanced the overall taste of the dish.

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Kalimpong Chili Cheese Rolls

The Kalimpong Chilli Cheese Rolls were spring rolls filled with spicy Kalimpong cheese, hill coriander and served with mayonnaise. I loved the thin and aerated pastry of the rolls and the gooey melted cheese only added to my delight.

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Black Vegetable Skewers

The Black Vegetable Skewers had cauliflower and pumpkin skewers marinated with black sesame paste, and served with coriander chutney. The skewers were charcoal grilled which not only gave them a smoky flavour but also retained its flavours.

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Signature Black Chicken Skewers

The Signature Black Chicken Skewers were the non-vegetarian counterpart of the Black Vegetable Skewers. The perfectly grilled chicken in black sesame paste tasted pretty good.

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Hyderabadi Nizam’s Mutton Seekh

The Hyderabadi Nizam’s Mutton Seekh was served with a flatbread, coriander chutney and onions. My advice would be to combine all elements and have them together. I liked the juicy mutton which had a good balance of spices. When had with the flatbread and other elements, it tasted even better.

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Coal Field Margherita

The Coal Field Margherita was the classic thin crust pizza with a subtle tomato sauce, basil and mozzarella cheese. The margherita is the standard bench mark for me for any places serving pizza and this margherita was absolutely delightful.

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Tres Leches Cake

For desserts, we had the Tres Leches Cake. Tres Leches cake is a sponge cake soaked in three kinds of milk – evaporated milk, sweet condensed milk and heavy cream. This cake was a deadly decadence and I couldn’t resist but wipe off the plate until the last drop and bite.

The Jurassic Cheesecake was covered with flakes and topped off with a strawberry. The cheesecake was dense and meant for sharing unless you plan to doze off there itself. Jokes apart, the flavours were good.

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Goran’s Bajadera

The Goran’s Bajadera had a nougat, chocolate and crumbs of biscuit. The dessert had some complex textures and flavours but I quite liked this one.

It was a fun filled evening amidst the company of good food, drinks and people. A big shout out to Carina and Rutuja for inviting us and Kunal and Team Mineority for hosting us.

Disclaimer: The invite was for a complimentary food tasting event. This review is a narrative of my experience at the event. The views expressed in this review are solely mine and others are more than welcome to agree or disagree with the same. The review is in no way influenced either personally or commercially nor has it been lifted, copied or plagiarized from any source however I have done my due diligence on the event via publicly available information on the internet.

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