Rosded Thai Restaurant Closes After More Than 40 Years In Lincoln Square
“We just couldn’t survive anymore,” the daughter of two of Rosded's founders said. "I wish we could stay open, but it’s a sign of the times.”
by Alex V. Hernandez / Block Club Chicago / December 15, 2021
LINCOLN SQUARE — Beloved Thai restaurant Rosded has closed, ending more than four decades of family ownership for the small, dine-in eatery in the heart of Lincoln Square.
Birdie Sudhichitt, daughter of the original owners, said the financial strain of the pandemic ultimately led to the family’s decision to close and sell the restaurant. It closed Nov. 4.
“It’s sad because I’ve been there since I was a kid,” Sudhichitt said.
Sudhichitt’s cousins took over the restaurant, 2308 W. Leland Ave., more than a year ago from her parents and uncle and aunt, who opened Rosded in 1976. Read more HERE