THE VEGETARIAN RESTAURANT IN LIVERPOOL YOU NEED TO VISIT

THE VEGETARIAN RESTAURANT IN LIVERPOOL YOU NEED TO VISIT


The Vegetarian Restaurant In Liverpool You Need To Visit

Liverpool is a sensational place for anyone with any dietary requirements, walking the streets you will find a plethora of restaurants that cater to anything you need. However there’s one particular one that I had the pleasure of visiting, that is the Indian restaurant Sanskruti, who serve up the most authentic dishes, and will shock any meat eater with their delicious menu and please every palette. The biggest tip when visiting is to open your mind, and try something that differs from your average tikka masala - the options of street food is practically endless and definitely one to introduce all of your vegan and vegetarian friends to. 



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As every good Indian starts is with the classic poppadom smash accompanied with an array of dips, sauces that is super ideal for sharing. Indian food is my favourite so I was simply overwhelmed with the huge amount of choices, so whilst picking out we treated ourselves to a mango lassi, which is an absolute must for anyone who wants a smooth, easy to drink beverage - every Indian restaurant amazes me with the quality of their lasse, and Sanskruti was no different. 


Authentic Indian cuisine

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vegetarian restaurant in liverpool

The favourite dishes

Some of our favourites dishes included:

Malai Kofta - Slow cooked koftas (soft balls made from spinach & potatoes) simmered in silky cashew nut, onion & tomato gravy.
Tandori Mushroom Amritsari - Mushroom marinated in gram flour with herbs, spices and carom seeds, cooked in tandoor.
Sanskruti Dosa - Thin rice crepe filled with tomatoes onions and cheese.
Samosa Chaat - Samosa mashed and topped with chick peas, potato, onions and chilled yogurt, to make a tempting snack.

vegetarian restaurant in liverpool
vegetarian restaurant in liverpool
vegetarian restaurant in liverpool
vegetarian restaurant in liverpool

If you’ve got room after their massive portions you can jump into their dessert menu (which I wish I could have delved into after having the huge banquet of food!) Some of which include:
Gajjar Halwa - Grated carrots cooked with almonds and cashew nuts and cardamom.
Ras Malai - Soft and spongy dumplings made of cottage cheese soaked in dry fruit laced saffron flavoured thickened milk

Desserts

vegetarian restaurant in liverpool
vegetarian restaurant in liverpool
vegetarian restaurant in liverpool

Conclusion

If you’re looking for the best place to hit up in Liverpool for a truly authentic Indian experience then head over to Sanskruti as they’ve been spoken about as being in the top 50 restaurants in the world. And the wonderful thing is that everything on the menu is incredibly affordable, so you’ll never be breaking the bank when you head there. I’d highly recommend taking a couple of people, so that you can share out all of the dishes together and find your new favourite food! 

vegetarian restaurant in liverpool
vegetarian restaurant in liverpool
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