Sanskruti Restaurant

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Bixteth St, Liverpool, England, l3 9lp

Vegetarian Indian restaurant. On the menu are thali, dosa, North Indian curries, and chaat snacks. Open Tue-Fri 5:00pm-10:30pm, Thu-Fri 12:00pm-3:00pm, Sat 12:00pm-10:30pm, Sun 12:00pm-9:30pm.

Category: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Indian, Delivery, Take-out, Catering, Kosher

Reviews (12)

First Review by JonTurner2000

a five star restaurant - Edit

Very friendly staff, delicious food , relaxing music, loads of vegan options . Good value for money. Would definitely go back !

Pros: friendly staff, tasty and varied food , good prices

Cons: a bit too spicy for me !

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excellent indian veg restaurant in central Liverpool - Edit

The food was excellent, the menu expansive and great value for money. I would definitely recommend this restaurant!

Pros: loads of great value authentic Indian food

Cons: none!

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Vegan Heaven - Edit

Sanskruti originates from the word 'Sanskrit' which is believed to be the world's oldest language. Sanskruti is a pure vegetarian and vegan restaurant, with a diverse menu, with their original venture in Manchester.

Our first choice was some street food of bhel, crispy bombay mix served with tender potatoes, onions, puffed rice, sev and an assortment of chutneys. The chutneys consisted of tomato, mango, green coconut and onion.

Our first starter was patra, little cakes made of steamed colocasia leaf rolls, stuffed with masala mixture and sprinkled with sesame seeds, grated coconut and coriander leaves. Second starter was tandoori mushroom amritsari, the mushrooms being marinated in gram flour, with herbs spices and carom seeds.

Main courses of channa palak, made of chickpeas and spinach cooked in aubergine gravy and spices and lasaniya bateta, a garlic flavoured baby potato dish, sauteed in spices, with boiled rice.

The two dishes were fantastic, it is not your usual Indian restaurant fare, this is traditional, authentic cooking, from various regions of Indian, it is light but packed with flavour, not heavy with oil and the vegetables were perfectly cooked.

If you like Indian food, with a huge choice for vegans, you really need to head off to Sanskruti in Liverpool or Manchester.

Pros: Vegan Options, Huge choice of vegan dishes

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Amazing Food! Highly Recommend - Edit

Leaving the same review as I just did on TripAdvisor :)

Made a trip from Ireland for some delicious food and was definitely not disappointed.

It's fantastic to have so many dishes to choose from too!
The first thing the waitress said after what would we like to drink was "Are you vegan?" And when we said yes, she removed the yoghurt dip from the dip platter and left 4 amazing options to go with our poppadoms.

The food was fantastic! Cannot fault a single thing :)

I highly recommend! Will be back in future without a single doubt.

Pros: Excellent Staff, Good prices , Delicious food

Cons: Nothing! Cannot fault :)

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Excellent!!! - Edit

I adore Indian food... it is my favourite cuisine and have eaten at probably over a hundred Indian restaurants around the world. This is my favourite Indian restaurant, without a doubt. Incredibly vegan friendly, with a wide range of dishes... all of exceptional quality. If you visit one restaurant in Liverpool, make it this one! Stand out dishes include... all the street food starters, seekh kebabs, mysore masala dosa, kathal lazeez (jack fruit curry - amazing!), ringan no oro (my all time favourite Indian dish), methi thepla... it's hard just picking a few though! If you have any room for pudding then there is vegan icecream available. Staff are friendly and helpful and service is quick.

Pros: Avalanche of vegan options, authentic and high qua

Cons: Would love a vegan friendly Indian pudding!

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Fantastic - Edit

I came here for dinner and was blown away. The staff were great and really helpful with making sure everything I had was vegan, and it was delicious. The curry and rice I had was very tasty, but the real showstopper was the naan bread - fabulous! I'll certainly be back if I'm ever back in Liverpool.

Pros: Delicious tasty vegan options, Clear labelling and helpful staff, AMAZING NAAN!!!

Cons: Only vegan dessert option ice cream

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Fantastic! - Edit

Impressive range of clearly marked vegan choices; the Lasaniya Bateta was one of the tastiest meals I've ever had! Friendly waitress and contemporary tribal decor

Pros: Lots of vegan choices and super delicious!

Cons: Be sure to tell them if you're vegan when orde

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Amazing place! - Edit

Delicious food in a very nice setting. Extensive menu of Indian street food, southern Indian dishes and regional specialties. And everything is either vegetarian or vegan!

I enjoyed the Sharing Tandoori Platter for starter, and then Nawabi Paneer Badam for main course. You could easily bring non-vegan/vegetarian friends here and they would be happy too.

I will definitely come back to this restaurant - there are so many interesting-sounding dishes to try. Very good quality food.

Updated from previous review on 2016-10-31

Pros: Extensive menu, lots of choice, Nice decor, Friendly staff

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Great Indian food! - Edit

I was so happy to find a vegan dosa in Liverpool! It was pretty authentic compared to what I'd eaten in India. Big menu with lots of vegan options, I think a lot of vegan gluten free stuff too. I just wish they did vegan mango lassi!

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Amazing! - Edit

As a vegan lover of all things Indian food Sanskruti is a dream come true! Really nicely decorated place with warm, friendly staff who couldn't be more helpful. And the food! The food was incredible - my partner and I shared Masala Chips and Tandoori Mushrooms to start; for mains I had the Kathal Lazeez (Jackfruit curry - first time trying jackfruit and it was incredible! It really could have fooled a meat eater in terms of texture and appearance) while my partner asked for a mild vegan Malai Kofta, which prompted enthusiastic thumbs up, with sides of Vaghareli Khichdi (rice and lentils in spices and onions) and a Naan. We will definitely be returning soon. I wouldn't hesitate to bring along omni friends and family to try Sanskruti either as the quality is so good.

Pros: Amazing choice of vegan options, Warm friendly staff, Great value for money

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Beautiful vegan/vegetarian restaurant - Edit

Sanskruti is beautifully decorated with a lovely ambience as suitable for a special occasion as a relaxed meal. The staff are welcoming and there are so many vegan options it is very nice to relax and know you are in safe hands.
This is definitely somewhere I would suggest for groups and is an easy place to take non-vegans.

Pros: Close to the Walker Art Gallery and World Museum , Outstanding Indian food , Beautiful interior

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Best Indian Food In Liverpool - What a Treat! - Edit

We went to this newly opened restaurant yesterday and we're really impressed and so pleased that at last Liverpool has somewhere that showcases great Indian food!

The menu is impressive, with a large range of street food dishes, starters and mains. Plus dosas and thalis and an interesting range of both alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.

The restaurant is easy to get to; 5 minutes walk from the very centre of the city - just at the start of the business district.

We can't wait to go back!

Pros: Great menu, Tasty food, Central location

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