Dear Lovely Customers

We proudly present our new creative menus and bring a stylish Rice & Noodle Bar to your doorstep in Nowra. Our food is lovingly made from quality fresh ingredients that combine authentic thai with a little twist of Aussie local. You can also customise your dish to become THAI hot – Come and enjoy what LEAF has to offer!

 

 

 

 

 

LEAF in Nowra

LEAF in Nowra

LEAF in Nowra

LEAF in Nowra

LEAF in Nowra

LEAF in Nowra

LEAF in Nowra

FATHER's DAY

We have a great selection of dumplings here at LEAF in Nowra. This one is Prawn Dumplings. It's absolutely sensational. ... See MoreSee Less

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Keep the fingers crossed for our sister restaurant "LEAF IN BERRY"!!!

Again!!!

LEAF in Berry has been nominated awards for excellence this year in the category of "THAI RESTAURANT"

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This hot&spicy dish gonna heat you up this winter time.

It's called PAD KEE MAO or It has been known in the meaning of "Drunken noodle" among Thais.

Order it at LEAF IN NOWRA.
Call 44027286
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CONTACT

Phone: (02) 4402-7286
Email: leafinnowra@gmail.com

ADDRESS

Shop 1, Building B, 111 North Street,
Nowra NSW 2541

PAYMENT

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Minimum $30
($1 Charged for transactions under $30)

OPENING HOURS

OPEN 7 DAYS
Lunch: 11:00am – 4:00pm
Dinner: 5:00pm – 9:00pm

Dine In | Take away | Home Delivery 
Free home delivery with- in designated areas
(minimum order $45)

Fully Licensed | BYO Wine Only
$3 corkage charge per person

Leaf In Nowra

Happy Belly Customers

 

“SOOOOO YUM!!!”

Ordered so many dishes to takeaway and they were all sooooo delicious!!! Massamam curry was just melt in your mouth. Tom Yum soup was massive – also had chicken and noodles in it!! I would drive 3hrs to Nowra just to eat this Thai food again.

“Great food and service”

Some of the best Asian food I’ve ever had. Offers a range of Asian cuisines from Malaysian to Indian. Has great penang curry and tom yum fried rice. Great service and no wait time. Bit pricey.

Tanya Goodwin

We went to LEAF in Nowra for a work lunch today. The food was delicious and it came out relatively quickly. The wait staff were polite and checked back regularly to see if there was anything else they could do for us. I will definitely be back!

Katie Gardner

Love the Nowra Leaf beautiful atmosphere and fast fresh foods. Have been here many times and not one single complaint. If we where unsure about anything they where more than happy to explain what it was even giving us a bit of background information that was great.

Well done Leaf keep up the amazing work

Enjoy Eating Asian Food in Nowra

 

We know Australians Love Eating Asian Food so we’ve decided to open our second restaurant in Nowra on the beautiful NSW South Coast. When you eat our food, you are tasting family recipes that have been handed down from generation to generation. We use these traditional Thai flavours, combine them with modern presentation and a unique LEAF twist, to bring you authentic, delicious Asian food. We are passionate about eating and passionate about food so we only use the freshest, locally sourced ingredients.

LEAF can make our authentic dishes to suit your taste — mild, medium or hot its’s your choice. We also offer a range of condiments if you want to spice things up a bit more! In Thailand, food is about sharing so bring your friends and try some of our tasty Thai-Vietnamese flavours together.

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.