Tuesday, 20 September 2016

Vegan Indian, Thai & Pizza Restaurants In Merseyside

Its always nice to discover new places to eat locally when you are a Vegan. 
Over the last few months I have visited a few restaurants that serve options for all us plant based  diners and thought I would do a quick round up.

 Sanskruti Restaurant Lombard Chambers, Bixteth Street, Liverpool

Its always such a treat to visit a restaurant that serves nothing but vegetarian and vegan options. Sanskruti specialises in Indian street food with dishes from Southern Indian, Punjabi and Gujarati and its all meat free. I've been a couple of times and really enjoyed the food and lovely service.

For my last visit we tried the Vegetable Jaipuri which is a mixed vegetable dish cooked in special Sanskruti gravy with aromatic rajasthani spices, a mushroom dosa which was a thin rice and lentil crepe filled with spicy mushroom Masala and a Kathal Lazeez which is a North Indian style Jackfruit curry. It was all delicious and at around £7 for a main incredibly affordable.

They also offer a great range of drinks including Nicks favorite Thumbs Up cola and have one vegan desert option which is ice cream.

Pepper Sauce Market Street Hoylake Wirral

I have eaten at Pepper Sauce in the past when I was vegetarian but never as a vegan. It came highly recommended from some vegan pals so we decided to go to celebrate Nicky's birthday and it was great. 

For starters we had the tempura which just looked so pretty and for mains we tried a Vegetable Thai Muslim Curry which had onions, potatoes and peanuts with coconut cream, the Vegetable Thai Green Curry which included French beans, bamboo shoots and coconut cream and Baba had Vegetables in a mild Cleared Soup

At around £8.25 for a main its fairly affordable and they took our request to make everything vegan totally in their stride. I was particularly impressed by the desert of deep fried pineapple with caramel syrup. It was so lovely.

Pizza Express Cheshire Oaks

Pizza Express have been advertising vegan options for a while so to celebrate Baba completing her 11+ exam we decided to put it to the test. 

All Pizza Express bases are completely free of animal and dairy products and the Pianta introduced in spring 2014 is the chains first ever dairy free, vegan friendly pizza. It combines spinach, chestnut mushrooms, pine kernels and artichokes, on a spicy arrabbiata base and is really good. Baba just had her usual marinara with olives which was also yummy. Bravo Pizza Express.
Have you discovered anywhere in the Merseyside area that offers good vegan grub? let me know in the comments.

You might also like my review of vegan cafes on the Wirral here

I also have a Youtube channel which features all our adventures as a vegan family. 


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