Spice Junxion is one of those restaurants that often does not get enough credit. It has been around for years, and has always been a dependable venue for South Indian soul food. Spice Junxion skilfully blends old world charm with elegant and minimalistic décor elements are in line with modern sensibilities. The kitchen specialises in the regional cuisines of Hyderabad, Telangana, and Coastal Andhra. Coastal regions of Mangalore, Kerala, and even Bengal find a representation in the menu. Spice Junxion offers 3 thalis - Coastal Peninsula, Classic Telangana, and Royal Hyderabad in vegetarian and non-vegetarian variants. The Thalis are a great way to explore the cuisine of these regions. The soup and dessert are usually something fairly mundane and common across the thalis; however, the other courses do not disappoint. From the simple 'Dal' to the tangy 'Royyala Pulusu' and the luxuriant 'Dum ka Murgh' and 'Lasooni Mahi Tikka', the food across the board is impressive. There are occasional missteps. The 'Haleem' felt hurried and the 'Kosha Mangsho' was more of a Mangsher Jhol. However, these are few and far in between.