Awards and Accolades

Sanskruti has been nominated as one of the top 50 vegan restaurants in the world, is in the Guardians top ten vegan restaurants in Manchester and is in Sunday Times’ 25 Best Vegetarian and Vegan restaurants in the country! Here are a selection of quotes and links to read about why!

Liverpool Echo

Liverpool venue Sanskruti named among 50 best vegan restaurants in the world

“Even lifelong meat eaters need to sit up and take notice when a restaurant within walking distance of their workplace is named among the 50 Best Vegan-Friendly Restaurants In The World.

Not just England. Not just the UK. Not just Europe – the WORLD!

Paddy Shennan – Liverpool Echo

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The Liverpool Echo also featured us in this great article and reviewed our takeaway, here.

The Echo’s Paddy Shennan (right), tasting the food at Sanskruti Restaurant with owner Jay Shukla
(Image: Andrew Teebay/Liverpool Echo)
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Sunday Times

Earthly delights: the best vegetarian and vegan restaurants

“It was hard to find good, inventive food in a world obsessed with animal meatiness, and vegetarians searched in vain for dishes that were more than just footnotes to otherwise carefully constructed menus (stuffed peppers, again).

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The Telegraph

National Vegetarian Week: The top restaurants for vegetarians in the UK

Sanskruti is an entirely vegetarian – and indeed vegan – Indian restaurant with an emphasis on the fresh and flavourful. The menu at this Manchester favourite (there is also a Liverpool branch) is extremely long and varied, but it’s a joy to read, packed with street food and South Indian gems.

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The Guardian

Top 10 vegetarian and vegan restaurants and cafes in Manchester

“Eating at this south Indian restaurant, in the Ladybarn district, is akin to a religious experience for the serious foodie”

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Mersey Mash

Liverpool restaurant named one of the best in the world

“Authentic dishes, fresh ingredients, spices imported from India and traditional dishes from three different parts of India, that’s what makes us stand out and people love it.”


Where to eat veggie and vegan in Liverpool

“At first glance, their menu is practically indistinguishable from some of Liverpool’s finest Indian and Asian restaurants, but closer inspection will reveal a staggering degree of innovation in the way they fit their ingredients and recipes to the taste of veggie patrons.”

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Vegan Food & Living

A vegan’s guide to… Liverpool

“Your visit to this beautiful city wouldn’t be complete without a trip to one of the best Indian restaurants (in my humble option) outside of India!”

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We’ve also been mentioned on the following sites