Curry for Corbyn at the Party Conference, Tues 25th September, Sanskruti Restaurant, 5pm-7pm (Solidarity Price)
Political discussion in the best vegan curry restaurant in Liverpool
Curry for Corbyn brings together the best in cuisine with political discussion.
By buying a Solidarity ticket, you will be helping someone to attend the discussion who is unable to pay.
For the Labour Party Conference we have found the best vegan restaurant in Liverpool, the Sanskruti (Bixteth St, Liverpool L3 9LP), which is a cheap cab journey from the Conference Centre and from The World Transformed (roughly £5 which can be split between four or five ways).
In between the starters and main course, we will be holding a discussion - with a roving microphone - on how we can better defend Jeremy Corbyn from the incessant attacks being made on him by some in his own party and by the watching media.
Is the party doing enough to defend him?
Have Momentum let him down?
These questions are academic. The main thing is to work out a strategy for making sure that we mobilise the hundreds of thousands of members behind him and continue to propel the party under Jeremy Corbyn towards government.
Everyone is welcome to contribute to the discussion with no microphone hogging or personal abuse being tolerated.
The food menu
On arrival, there will be poppadums and a chutney tray. All items on this menu are presented across the table so everyone is able to share and taste each and every dish.
Onion Bhaji (V) ( Gluten Free)
Sev Puri (Vegan) Puris served as the base to hold an astounding topping of vegetables and chutneys, garnished with sev. An appetiser that can steal the thunder out of any meal.
Vegetable Seekh Kebabs (Vegan) (Gluten Free) Vegetables and soya mixed with special kebab spices to make these absolute must have for those who wonder what seekh kebabs taste like.
Vegetable Jaipuri (Can be vegan) (Medium to Hot) Vegetable dish cooked in special Sanskruti gravy with aromatic Rajasthani spices. A rich dish from Rajasthani cuisine.
Channa Palak (vegan) Chickpeas and spinach cooked in aubergine gravy and spices.
Tarka Dal (vegan) Smooth and rich Chana Daal cooked with onion, tomatoes and Punjabi spices.