Dear Lovely Customers

“LEAF in Berry” is located in the historic Post & Telegraph Office built in 1886 in the gorgeous little South Coast township of Berry. LEAF offers a unique dining experience, rain, hail or shine, throughout the year. Enjoy a casual dining experience on the outdoor patio, or a more classic setting in the main dining hall. Our chefs only use fresh, high quality, local products to create our signature dishes for you. We look forward to welcoming you and presenting our unique Thai-Vietnamese homemade cuisine.

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tofu and egg salad

Stuffed Squid with garlic pepper sauce

Spring Roll

Soft-shell-crab Salad


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In remembrance of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej

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Sashimi is a famous Japanese dish which is basically serving very fresh raw fish sliced into thin pieces.Then eaten with a bit of wasabi and a dip of soy souce.It’s DELICIOUS.đŸ˜‰ BELEAF TABLE 4421...

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All our dishes are filled with fresh,great ingredients and delicious. In Picture: 3 Kinds Sashimi

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Mango season has arrived!

Our popular MANGO STICKY RICE is available now for takeaway and dine-in. Yummmm

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Phone: 4464 3898


137 Queen St,
Berry NSW 2535


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Tuesday – Sunday
Lunch: 10:30am – 3:00pm
Dinner: 5:00pm – 9:30pm

Dine In |Take Away |
Asian Catering| Private Functions

Fully licensed BYO (wine only)
$4 corkage charge per person

Leaf In Berry

Authentic Thai Food in Berry

Do you know what LEAF stands for? Love. Eating. Asian. Food. That’s right, we know Australians love eating Asian food, and we love to prepare, and serve it to you in our own unique way. Our dishes are inspired by family recipes, passed down from generation to generation. When you eat one of our dishes, you are experiencing the authentic flavours of Thailand, presented with a modern twist.

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Tips 4 Eating Asian Food

  1. Sharing: Most Thai food is designed for sharing. Don’t be shy to taste different dishes in the middle of the table. Make sure that you order a good combination of food. That’s how you can eat a variety of food in one meal rather than sticking to your own a la carte.
  2. Scooping: This is a bit tricky and unusual for Westerners. Thai people use a spoon and fork. Hold the spoon in your right hand and fork in the left. Scoop food from the shared dishes on top of your rice and scoop it up with a spoon into your mouth. Only use the fork to push food onto the spoon.
  3. Adding:  Thais love to spice things up. Don’t feel bad about adding condiments to flavour the food to your taste. Taste it first, some of our authentic dishes can be made mild, medium or hot. Please do not hesitate to choose your level of spiciness.