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All reviews vietnamese pancake crispy pork thai food coconut prawns larb pad see ew green curry spring rolls salad old post office love eating great thai tuesday night nice setting lovely evening service was friendly and efficient across the road
We waited an hour and a half our waitress didn't know what she was doing
i think there are new owners because we been before and always fantastic.
today was terrible. All the dishes came at 15 minutes intervals and all tasted blah.
We were here on a busy Friday night & almost left after we heard other customers talking about the long wait for food. Going off what the locals say I think this was the exception rather than the rule. We were very happy we stayed...More
Came here on a Friday night with 5 other girls. Whilst the food was amazing, we waited over an hour for mains, one girl receiving her meal 30 minutes before any one else and they forgot a meal. No apology given for the wait or...More
We have had some disappointing meals at Leaf over the past two years but decided to give them one last chance. The pad thai served was similar to a stew. Noodles had been overcooked, beef was grey and very chewy and been shoots were few,...More
My most recent visit here in February 2019 was very disappointing. I have been coming to leaf Berry for many years. The food is still quite remarkable but unfortunately the service has gone downhill somewhat. Whilst the restaurant was not busy the wait staff seemed...More
Enjoyed our lunch at the leaf, very tasty fresh Thai. although the dinner menu looked much more interesting with more variety. Wine list was mostly local wines at very reasonable prices. Staff are lovely, returned again for another lunch whilst holidaying in Berry.
We had 12 for a family gathering and could easily fit into Leaf. Sharing the food was really easy and tasty.
The Vietnamese pancake was a real winner, unfortunately some of the lamb chops came out lightly seared instead of cooked through.
We had a family dinner with our boys recently. We come every time we visit Berry. The Vietnamese pancake was definitely the hero dish. So yummy and fresh and full of flavour. Fresh spring rolls were all sold out so we missed out in those.