"Leelavadee" Thai Restaurant

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HOME        (Restaurant opened on Monday 15th September 2008)

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UPDATED SPECIAL NOTICE (COVID-19) from Midnight 22 November 2020

Dear dining guest,

Under the most recent easing of COVID-19 restriction we can and will now open for
dine-in from Monday 23/11/2020 inclusive for a maximum of 30 people at a time.

We will continue to accept telephone bookings, however for now
we will not be taking on-line bookings until the restrictions improve.

We invite those who are booking to specify a dining time-slot so we can
also accommodate other requests as well.

As required we will maintain our attendance records. Apart from manual entry we have also introduced an optional QR code log in via phone or smart device
based on First name and Phone number.

Current arrangements for food delivery will remain in place.
The situation is starting to improve!  Thanks again for your cooperation,
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(See Update on 5 Star Food Safety Award here)




Leelavadee Thai Restaurant


Templestowe Village


1/110 James Street, Templestowe VIC 3106


Melway 33 E4


Tel: (03) 8822 3720    Fax: (03) 9018 7905



leelavadee@optusnet.com.au


Take Away or Home Delivery


Opening hours 5:30pm to 10:30pm, 7 days per week



Parking at Front, Side or Rear



Gerd & Vatinee Schumann

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(note renewed 'Level-3'  COVID-19 restrictions above)
Again temporarily closed Online Booking for restaurant dining from midnight 8 July
via OPEN TABLE

Leelavadee remains open for Take Away or Home Delivery Tuesdays - Sundays
between the hours of 5:30pm - 10:30pm only
Home Deliveries: Tuesdays - Sundays
For those requiring home delivery of our fine Thai food we continue to offer these at the cost of
$5 for any delivery up to 8 Kms away. For greater distances up to 10 Km max the
additional cost is an extra $1 per km.  Tel:8822 3720

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"In earlier times there was a flower in Thailand (Frangipani) that everyone ignored  because it's name in Thai was unpleasant. Acknowledging its actual beauty but also the problem with its name the present King renamed it "Leelavadee", and ever since the flower has become popular and famous. The name is   now sometimes used in Thailand for very special restaurants"