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Spice Junxion

Spice Junxion Spice Junxion

Address

: Taj Deccan Hotel, Road No. 1, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad

Phone

: 40666639390, 40665239390, 40233939390, 40233926840

Cost

: ₹ 1000

Cuisine

: south indian

Specialities

: Steamed Idlis with Uluva Chaaru, Mango Sambhar

Features/Services

: Serves Alcohol, Non Vegetarian

Rating

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Review

With a warm and informal ambience, this South Indian speciality restaurant has an impressive repertoire of culinary traditions from the four southern states. So, you have the Andhra Gongura Mamsam, Andhra Mutton Pulao, Royala Vepudu and Nellore Chapa Pulusu sharing menu space with Meen Moilee, Malabari Mutton Curry, Appams and stew from God's own country. And that soul food fave from Karnataka, Bisi Bele Bhaat is as popular a choice as Paya Milagu, that spicy Chettinad mutton delight. The Spice Trolley, that fave fixture of diners, has fresh chutneys, (peanut, ginger and all the hot faves), pickles (including prawn and chicken, and of course the famed avakkai) and 'podis' (dry chutney powders), not just from AP, but the other three southern states too. A good idea is to try the Saturday brunch, which has a spread representative of all four southern varieties, at great pricing. There is a live station doling out the appams, Malabar parottas and dosas, and the relatively-unknown (but no less brilliant) masala 'paniyarams', mini idlis made of lentils and rice batter, with a seasoning of ginger, onion and chillies. For sweet endings, the 'parappu payasam' (kheer made out of green gram) and Elaneer Payasam (with soft coconut milk and flesh) are outstanding. You can wash all this down with a glass of 'sol kadhi' (that tangy digestive delight made out of kokum), masala nariyal paani or buttermilk. You could also try the red and white wines spiked with Indian seasonings, they end up as amazing drinks to go with the spicy fare.

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