Ury Authentic Indian Cuisine

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27 Queen St, Newcastle Upon Tyne, England, NE1 3UG

Serves meat, vegan options available. This restaurant replaced Rasa Newcastle in 2015. Still offers South Indian and dishes from Kerala with separate lists of marked vegetarian/vegan choices: starters, vegetable curry, dosas. Open Mon-Thu 12:00pm-3:00pm, 5:30pm-10:30pm, Fri 12:00pm-4:00pm, 5:00pm-11:00pm, Sat-Sun 12:00pm-3:00pm, Sat 5:30pm-11:00pm, Sun 5:30pm-10:30pm.

Categories: Lacto, Indian, Take-out, Non-veg

10 Reviews

First Review by hack_man

Awesome Dosa! - Edit

This place had a large selection of vegetarian and vegan food. Specialists in Kerala cuisine, you have to try Dosa, which does not disappoint. We were with kids and were a little disappointed that we were unable to vary the spicyness of some dishes. But we all managed to eat very well.

Pros: Lots of vegan options, Delicious food

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Essential Indian Cuisine - Edit

Ury is a must visit and is by far the best Indian restaurant in Newcastle. I have visited a number of times and had the pleasure of sampling the many creative vegan options from their menu. From the cherupayer curry, nair dosa, kathrika or kayi curry, you will not be disappointed. All these dishes are beautifully prepared with such fantastic flavours. My most recent visit was during vegan week where my wife and I ordered the medhu vadai, aloo bonda, vazhuthanangha curry and thakkali payaru curry with a mango sorbet for dessert, all for just £15pp. After polishing off the tasty assorted pickle dips and snacks, our starters arrived. The medhu vadai (donut shaped dumplings) and aloo bonda (potato balls) were excellent and were accompanied with some delicious tasting dips. It was the mains that stole the show though. The thakkali paparu curry consisting of black eye beans cooked in coconut milk with fresh ingredients and spices had such a depth of flavour, whilst the vazhuthanangha curry (creamy aubergine curry) left us speechless it was that amazing. To finish we were served a mango sorbet that helped refresh our palates. The staff at Ury are excellent and so helpful. When paying our bill we asked if the vegan week menu options such as the vazhuthanangha curry could be ordered on the normal menu, they said that it would be no problem and to just state we wanted it vegan on our next visit.

Pros: Creative vegan options, Excellent staff, Value for money

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Indian feast - Edit

Visited Ury during Vegan restaurant week recently for the four course meal and it was so worth it defiantly one of the best Indians in newcastle the vegan choices were great with big portions (dosa was huge) friendly staff and excellent staff even took home the curries we couldn’t finish. Will defiantly go again

Pros: all of it , creamy aubergine curry was amazing

Cons: none

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proper indian - Edit

Had a great night night and have to thank the Newcastle ambassador for meeting me and suggesting Ury.
Great place with good service and really good food.
Poppadoms of all shapes and sizes and 7 dips to go with them.
I had disappeared with sambar gravy and it was really a big thumbs up. Normally avoid the dosa as they are small and poor value for money,not at Ury.
Can't recommend enough.

Pros: plenty vegan., staff, food.

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Nice food but no labelling - Edit

I came here for dinner whilst staying overnight in Newcastle for work on a colleague's recommendation. The food was pretty good although I was disappointed to see that vegan options weren't marked on the menu. The staff were very friendly and helpful though, and I definitely very much enjoyed my starter and masala dosa!

Pros: Nice vegan Indian food, Friendly, helpful staff

Cons: Vegan options not marked on menu

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Great Food - Edit

I've been here a few times now & I really like the place. The staff have been really helpful and friendly every time I've been. They have a good selection of plant based dishes, quite a lot are vegan already but they were more than happy to adapt some of the vegatarian ones, to make them vegan, upon request. If you go at lunch time you can get some very resonable deals too. I prefer this type of Keralan food, to the usual fare that you get at curry houses in this country. Overall a really good place.

Pros: Helpful friendly staff, Good choice of vegan dishes , Great food

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Ury Authentic Indian Cuisine Newcastle - Edit

Visited Ury twice after seeing brilliant reviews on tripadvisor and on here. Both times we received excellent service from informed staff who were happy to recommend vegan options. The first time I went with my boyfriend and another couple. We were all very happy with the food (my friend said his meal, which was a chicken curry and the special of the day, was the nicest he's ever had!) Will definitely continue to visit, the staff are all very friendly and recommend what dishes go best together etc.

Pros: Amazing vegan options., Friendly, informative staff., Value for money.

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good food - Edit

We went for the lunch deal and some extra starters as well. The price was really good and so as the food!! The portion was big as well. If you like Indian cuisine i would definitely recommend this place!

Updated from previous review on 2017-04-23

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Top quality - Edit

I really like this restaurant. It is situated in a lovely area of the quayside, not far from bustling bars and a short walk from the town centre. The staff are very friendly and helpful and you are made to feel welcome as soon as you enter. The interior is smart and comfortable. It certainly doesn't feel like veg options are just a reluctant add on here with such a high selection of the menu being vegetarian or vegan and the dishes we enjoyed were so creative and tasty. I think this is a good place to impress friends with a top class dining experience.

Updated from previous review on 2016-07-10 12:00:28

Pros: good vegan choice, excellent quality and value, helpful and friendly staff

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First Man in Space? - Edit

That'll be 'Yuri' Gagarin not 'Ury'. A Ury is a Kerali word for a rig that is attached to a ceiling with coir ropes used to keep and preserve food for longer periods in clay pots at a certain height above ground level. This comes from the Ury website, which is both very informative and beautifully designed. First of all, the vegetarian and vegan choice here is excellent, if not astonishing. There is an array of meat free starters, traditional Southern Indian curry main courses, dosas and side dishes. It's glorious. We arrived at their Newcastle quayside location at around 2pm on a Saturday for lunch fully aware of the 3pm closing but at no point during our epic 100 minute dining experience did we feel rushed. To start we had the Kathrika ("Finely sliced pieces of aubergines dipped in a special batter, blended with coriander and chilli, before frying. Served with fresh tomato chutney"). They were delicately delicious. We also had a few samples of the other vegetarian starters. They were all superb but I'd like to highlight the Banana Pori as being quite exceptional ("Ripe plantains dipped in rice and chickpea batter with tampered black sesame seeds served with peanut and ginger chutney"). For the main course we had the Masala Dosa which in my opinion deserves an award as the best dosa I have ever had ("A paper thin pancake made of rice and black gram folded in half with a filling of spicy potatoes cooked with onions and ginger and served with sambar and coconut chutney"). The crispy exterior was a gastronomic delight and the filling equally as good. We also went for the Cheera Parippu Curry ("Fresh spinach and toor dal cooked in thick sauce of garlic and green peppers, flavoured with curry leaves") served with boiled rice. This was very subtly spiced and full of goodness. Yuri clearly take vegetarian / vegan cooking extremely seriously, they even hold vegetarian cooking demonstration evenings where you get to sample the finest creations from their top chefs. Without a blink of an eye we will be back. The staff are friendly, welcoming and very proud of their restaurant. If this place was 100% meat free I would have given 5 happy cows if it was permitted on the website but of course I am only able to give it 4 which is due to the fact that meat is also served on the premises.

Pros: vegan options, lovely interior, friendly staff

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