• CLOSED: Deepalis Restaurant and Dipyum Cakes

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  • White Vegetarian

Vegetarian Indian food and eggless cake bakery in Sparkhill neighborhood. Serves food like dosa, aloo papri, chaat snacks, curry and various rice dishes. Vegan options marked on menu. Casual space with many seats. Not to be confused with Deepalis Hall St which closed. Reported closed, Dec '22.

Venue map for Deepalis Restaurant and Dipyum Cakes
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7 Reviews

First Review by shimself


Points +218

18 Sep 2020

Great find in Birmingham

Great menu and service. Dosa was beautiful, light and crispy, perfect! Pani Puri was a generous portion and the fun of making them yourself.

Pros: Everything above, friendly staff and well priced.

Cons: None at all.



Points +1877

05 Feb 2020

The tastiest South Indian dishes!

I lived this visit; the usual suspects of South Indian cuisine - sambhar idli, bhel poori, masala dosa - all seasoned and delivered to perfection. The staff were friendly and attentive and the menu was extensive.

Pros: The filling in the masala dosa!, Generous portions , Authentic flavours


Points +34

03 Feb 2019


We went on the back of reviews on here and online but were sooo disappointed. The dosa was greasy and squashed flat like a crepe, the naan bread was completely soft like it had been microwaved (worse than the ones you get in the supermarket) and our starters were chilled like they'd just been in the fridge. Even my lemonade tasted like chemicals. There's a reason we didn't have to book on a Saturday night...

Pros: All vegetarian, quite cheap

Cons: See above


Points +101

23 Mar 2018

No complaints

I have visited this place twice, they have a good vegetarian & vegan selection and it is a cozy place. If you love indian food then pay a visit!


Points +15

19 May 2017

lovely friendly place

This is a basic cafe type restaurant tucked away in a side street. The food is delicious with lots of vegan options and it also caters for gluten free if needed. There are some delicious south Indian options including my favourite masala dosas. Add to that a good range of desserts including warm carrot halwa !!!

Pros: very reasonably priced.


Points +35

19 Jan 2017

Very, very tasty

I eat here about once a year when in Brum. The food is very, very tasty. The restaurant is clean and the service is excellent. Highly recommended.

Ate there this week and the chilli chips were, literally, out of this world.

Pros: Excellent service, Tasty, Clean environment

Cons: Difficult to find - it's a residential street


Points +24

Mostly Veg
03 Sep 2013


It takes a bit of finding, partly because the front window displays a load of very fancy big cakes. The map here is accurate

Well worth it, the food was just lovely. It's a little bit like Diwali near Euston station, ie they have dosas (spectacular rice pancakes) and aloo papri chat, lentil cakes with yoghurt, but then there are things we've not had before and between us we've been to a lot of Indian/Bangla places. The service was competent and friendly (to our family with youngish children) and quick even though some of the dishes are cooked from scratch. Our favourite was the various rices oddly enough! We are definitely going again.

Pros: delicious, cheap, friendly

Cons: takes a bit of finding, but parking ok

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