Lai Wah Heen invites you to their dining room. Their atmosphere has been described as trendy. They offer wheelchair-accessible restaurant and are open at night all week. You can get there not only by public transit but also by bicycle. They are in a lively neighborhood known for its nightlife. You can pay by American Express, Interac, MasterCard and Visa.more...
This downtown fave has a standing berth in the best-Chinese-in-Toronto lists, and the spot is well earned. A Chinatown mainstay since 1995, Lai Wah Heen delivers fare consistently excellent enough to attract a steady stream of regulars, New Year’s or no. They come for dim sum as hearty as it is innovative, crispy Peking duck carved tableside and Cantonese standards done well, like dungeness crab fried rice, siu mai, and hot and sour soup.
Dim sum at Lai Wah Heen is an elevated experience, which is perfect for the man who appreciates the finer things in life, without it costing you a fortune.
Select from a variety of elegant dumpling fillings – steamed dumplings of fresh lobster escalopes and shrimp in garlic butter; crispy fried pastry filled with foie gras and minced pork; seared crab claw, shrimp and green chive in wonton.
Dad deserves better than a simple tie or pack of socks. This year's dim sum meal will prove that.
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