|4615 Culver Rd, Rochester, NY 14622|
|CLOSED (as of 2011)|
Churi's Ice Cream Parlor & Authentic Thai Cuisine was a Thai restaurant in the Seabreeze area that also served ice cream. It was family owned and operated by Churi Csaicai, who emigrated from Thailand in 1972.
It closed in late 2011.
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2008-03-02 08:07:10 Best Thai food I've ever had in Rochester. While I am by no means an expert on authenticity all the food tastes unique, not like most pan-asian restaurants in the city. Owners are exceptionally nice and dining here is a real treat. I hope the word gets out and that this place does well enough. —RochesterGuy
2008-03-30 19:36:02 This is THE best Thai restaurant we've ever been to in Rochester. It is worth the drive from wherever you live. —BelPenda41
2008-03-31 12:32:37 Right down the street from me. Went for the first time a few weeks ago and LOVED it. Amazingly friendly service. When the server saw us drooling over the ice cream, he politely told us, "No ice cream yet." But then he brought us out complimentary spring rolls! Brilliant, brilliant, brilliant. Such a warm, inviting, cozy space. And the food was great. —MarcVera
2009-06-07 23:22:52 I sincerely had high hopes for this place but they were somewhat dashed. We tried the soup of the day (coconut soup), Pad Thai, Chicken Basil, Pad Prik Khing and a dish with wide noodles (possibly Drunken Master Noodles). The coconut soup set a hopeful note - full of chilli, lemongrass and kaffir lime flavours. It was quite delicious. However, it went downhill from there. The Pad Thai tasted like it was made with ketchup - it lacked the sour-spicy-sweet combination that defines a good Pad Thai. Everything else tasted too sweet (and our dishes were requested "extra spicy"). The chicken basil did have a pleasant basil flavour but after a few bites, the sweetness was all I could taste. I believe it is common to add a tiny bit of sugar to round out most stir fries but whoever made ours put a few tablespoons in there. But the coconut soup was so good...how is this possible?! I will be back to give it one more shot. I strongly recommend calling ahead to check their hours as they are weather dependent. —OneLove