Deeva is an eatery serving contemporary Indian and Pakistani food in an old converted church in the centre of Farsley.
There are gluten free, halal, vegan friendly, and vegetarian friendly food options available.
Take a look around
For your dinner choose from a range of curries from the signature, tradition or specials board – and add your choice of meat or vegetable to the dish. Like the popular spinach and paneer Jalfrezi. And not your typical bland mixed vegetable curry option.
For the alcoholic drink a selection of bottled beers, wines and house lager on tap is on offer. And you can choose from a range of soft and non-alcoholic drinks for those wanting something a little lighter.
Deeva has made its home in an old church on the high street in Farsley. The restaurant is family friendly and more importantly, in these time, community focused.
Visually you’ll be met with a sea of purple and white that very much frames the interior as something lively and modern, with those traditional Indian touches not far from sight.
The main dining area is on the ground floor and the sociably built bar area is on the second floor. This gives your night two dimensions – a sit down formal meal proceeded or preceded by a relaxed drink.
The owner, Mr Hussain, is driven by a socially conscious business approach. During the COVID-19 pandemic Deeva helped deliver more than 300 food parcels to families in need in West Leeds. And his restaurant also supplied more than 1,000 free meals and drinks to NHS staff.
Where to Park
There is some free on-street parking on Town Street opposite Deeva or a more generous number of spaces over the road at Charles Street car park.
- Park for free at Charles Street, postcode: LS28 5JW (Google Map Directions)
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The West Yorkshire Metro bus number 508 runs from Leeds City Centre to the bus stop right outside Deeva!
New Pudsey rail station is a mile walk from the restaurant up Old Road. And it will take you around 20-minutes to get a taxi from the centre of Leeds.
There are 12 outdoor steps to take before you can access the restaurant.
What To Do Next
Nip down the road to Old Hall pub for some more drinks; music; and live sport.