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Leaf in Berry

Recommandé par 18 habitants ·

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Dylan
Dylan
January 17, 2019
A very popular Thai restaurant. Open for lunch and dinner with a nice outside seating area.
John
John
December 31, 2018
Great relaxed atmosphere Thai restaurant. Good to eat in or take away.
Eva
Eva
November 10, 2018
Local Thai food. Fast service
Ali
Ali
October 20, 2018
Lunch and dinner. Authentic Thai food. Inside and outside dining. Friendly service.
Andi
Andi
October 19, 2018
Worth the (scenic) drive to get to one of the best Thai restaurants in the region. If you're not in a rush and it is not dark yet, take Wattamolla Road as a more gentle and scenic alternative to taking Kangaroo Valley Road.

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137 Queen St
Berry, NSW 2535
Téléphone(02) 4464 3898
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