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Sucilee's House of Thai

821 N Loudoun St

Winchester, VA

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Winchester Restaurant History

The following restaurants have previously occupied or currently occupy this location.

Monday, August 25, 2014

On Thursday, August 13, 2003, I had lunch at Sucilee's House of Thai at 21 East Boscawen Street. This was a new restaurant at a location that had most recently been the Water Street Cafe; prior to that it had been the Court Square Cafe, and it maybe had still other names that I've forgotten. I believe that it is Winchester's first Thai restaurant.

This was a small place, with new hardwood floors. It was air-conditioned and also had five ceiling fans. The walls were painted white with assorted Oriental art hangings. A fireplace (fake?) was on the right wall with a mirror over it. Background music was Oriental. No smoking is allowed.

The menu had appetizers, soups, salads, Thai noodle and rice dishes, seafood, chicken, beef, and vegetarian items, but no pork dishes were listed. You may specify the degree of spiciness for your food from four levels: mild, medium, hot, and very hot; the last is printed in red as a warning. I ordered a No. 37 dinner, Imperial Beef. This was beef stir-fried with bell pepper, onion, and tomatoes, and I asked for Thai noodles instead of rice, and chopsticks.

Thai noodles are much thinner than regular noodles, and semi-transparent. They were served separately in a small bowl. I had specified medium spiciness, but the next time I'll ask for mild seasoning because the medium level was fairly hot. The noodles were a little awkward to handle with the chopsticks, but I worked out a suitable modus operandi.

Sucilee's had only a few patrons when I arrived. It has a dozen tables and most of them were taken by the time I left. There were two waitresses and a manager, but I don't know how many people were working in the kitchen. I did note some carry-out business while I was there. I didn't have dessert; the stir-fry was quite filling.

— Anonymous Reviewer

Saturday, November 30, 2013

I like the sushi and the Thai food at Sucilee's. But I took one star off, wanted to take off two but I couldn't do that because I like their food. What I don't like is that there was no hot water in the bathroom. None. No water at all came out of the hot when I turned the hot on. Cold water came on when I turned the cold on. I can only hope that staff had a separate place to wash their hands. It made me wish I had gone into the bathroom before I ordered. I would have left. Not cool... — Anonymous Reviewer

Monday, July 16, 2012

I love this restaurant. Sushi is incredible and the Thai is decent. The wait staff and sushi chef are fantastc. I do wish they served brown rice, though. Otherwise, it rocks! — Anonymous Reviewer

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

best sushi in town with (usually) the worst service in town. the thai food isnt that great > go for the sushi, if you want thai go to winchester thai it's much better — Anonymous Reviewer

Monday, May 28, 2012

I like this place... i feel it should have better reviews... compared to the may other restaurants on wincfoods that suck but have good reveiws.... the sushi is the best in town. the Thai is ok... not the best I've ever had, but still good. At least its real, as opposed to those other 'Thai' restaurants that are just Chinese restaurants in disguise (except Chop Stick which is good too). — Anonymous Reviewer

Thursday, May 17, 2012

I love Sucilee's. Good Thai entrees, great sushi and absolutely delicious green papaya salad. I've never had a bad meal here. The atmosphere is great, too. Friendly wait staff to boot. At Sucilee's, you have the best of both worlds -- Sushi and Thai!!! My favorite sushi there (amongst many) is the rainbow roll. Check it out! — Anonymous Reviewer

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

I have no complaints about the sushi, but the pad thai is very undesirable. It wasn't spicy at all, even at my request, and the noodles were somewhat soggy and just opposite of what you'd consider pad thai. Desserts are good and like I said, no complaints on the sushi. If that's the only thing you're ordering, this is an okay place to go. I won't be returning because it's drafty and cold and I don't like that there must be a minimum amount to use a debit/credit card. — Anonymous Reviewer

Friday, September 30, 2011

awesome sushi! Awesome service!!! — Anonymous Reviewer

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

The few times I have been there, I have ordered the sushi, green papaya salad and coconut soup. I decided to order off of the lunch special menu. It was excellent. For $6.95, I got a cold spring roll (as opposed to fried), chicken and cashews, and rice noodles (could have had rice). The spring roll was served with a delicious peanut roll. It was so much food, I couldn't finish it all. Really nice wait staff, too. I wish I could go every day! — Anonymous Reviewer

Monday, March 14, 2011

Dragon Roll...clearly has some sort of addictive substance rolled up in it because it is SO GOOD! I try to get it once a week. Addictive. The other food is good as well, and the staff and owners are very nice. One of my faves. — Anonymous Reviewer