About Luckee Restaurant
Luckee Restaurant and Bar - the much anticipated "Nouvelle Chinoise" restaurant by culinary superstar and television personality Susur Lee.
Luckee features Chinese cuisine at its most sophisticated, with comforting and recognizable recipes of classic dishes and dim sum for the culinary traditions of Guangzhou, Hunan and Szechuan regions, updated and enhanced by Chef Lee's delectable signature.
The interiors subtly blend accents of imperial red and wall-to-wall panels of dynastic architecture, with a nod to 20th century Chinoiserie.
Luckee Bar, already a favourite of locals and travellers alike, boasts themed as well as classical cocktails, an extensive wine list, and an urban vibe that is one-of-a-kind.
Chinese, Asian, Global, International
Hours of Operation:
Tuesday Dinner: 5:30pm - 11:00pm
Wednesday Dinner: 5:30pm - 11:00pm
Thursday Dinner: 5:30pm - 11:00pm
Friday Dinner: 5:30pm - 11:00pm
Saturday Brunch: 11:00am - 2:30pm
Saturday Dinner: 5:30pm - 11:00pm
Sunday Brunch: 11:00am - 2:30pm
Sunday Dinner: 5:30pm - 11:00pm
Blue Jays Way
CAN$31 to CAN$50
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Luckee offers discounted parking in the underground parkade of the Soho Metropolitan hotel.
Tues. - Sun. dinner - $20 for 3 hours
Weekend brunch - $10 for 2 hours
St. Andrew Subway Station
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Luckee Restaurant Ratings and Reviews
We ate at Luckee last night with my son ...
We ate at Luckee last night with my son and his wife. My son ordered as he was familiar with the dishes offered. We had some Sauvignon Blanc, French, which was quite good. My preference is still New Zealand. We had 8 plates which we shared. 2 Dim Sum, 2 Seafood, 2 Vegetables, a rice dish and noodles. All were excellent and we finished them all plus a dessert plate.
I go by the restaurant often and the aromas wafting from the kitchen are wonderful. We will go back again.
The best fresh dim sum I have had. Grea ...
The best fresh dim sum I have had. Great ambiance, great menu and wine selection. The staff was fun and knowledgeable and great assistance with food selection.
Dinner out with my family and it was a hit. Great downtown location with parking possibility across the street.
Two couple attended last Saturday night. ...
Two couple attended last Saturday night. Welcomed enthusiastically by hostess. Bartender came out to take our drink order. Our waiter Kazi, was friendly, helpful and helped to make for a great experience. We worked through Kazi and the chef to create our own dinner plan.
The dishes were fresh and flavourful with a lot of variety.
The food was hit and miss. Pros: The c ...
The food was hit and miss.
Pros: The crab ravoli was quite lovely and so was the Soba salad. The lobster in the won ton noodles was good and quite large. The sesame balls were quite yummy and fresh. The lychee sorbet was quite nice as well.
Cons: The lobster cheung fun was not worth double the price of the shrimp cheung fun. There should really be more lobster if you are charging that price. The lobster won ton has only 2 pieces but should really be 3. Too much noodles for a dish with only 2 dumplings. Noodles was also bland so thankfully for the hot and sour soup that gave it some flavour.
The Luckee duck bowl was ok. The sticker rice wasn't flavorful and too much hoi sin sauce.
Overall, okay but for the price, expected more flavour if the portions are smaller. Would come back for some of the dishes though. Just need to learn what to order and what not to order.
We were a group of 5 which was good as w ...
We were a group of 5 which was good as we were able to try a variety of the entree dishes.
The textures and multiple flavours of the food and sauces were incredible.
The wait staff was just ok. Very pleasant and somewhat helpful in ordering but not very attentive. Having said that, I would still go back or recommend Luckee to others.
All I can say the food didn't wow me nor ...
All I can say the food didn't wow me nor did it disappoint me. Maybe it was the high expectation I had of going to Susur Lee's restaurant. The Cheung fun, Xiao Long Bao, Cod and the duck was good. A bit disappointed on the other dishes, The Malay beef description was better written than what was presented on the plate and also the server was not flexible in changing meat instead of seafood in a fried rice. So if you have fussy kids who don’t eat seafood. I have had better experiences at Kwan’s or Lai Wah Heen or eating at any high end Chinese restaurant in HK.
After doing some research to find a nice ...
After doing some research to find a nice place for dim-sum, I came across Luckee. My best friend and I went to the Museum first and then took an $11 cab to the restaurant. The atmosphere was exactly what we were looking for... and the food was AMAZInNG!!!! We ordered most of the dim-sum variety....and we both agreed they were all delicious!! We were in- toxicated with flavor and continue to rave about this spot. We will definetly be going back.
Amazing food: elegant, delicate, origina ...
Amazing food: elegant, delicate, original and absolutely tasty.
The interior is slick and design with a Chinese style. Ambiance is loungy.
The downside part: the place was pretty empty that night (Wednesday evening at 8.00pm) and hence lack of ambiance. The service was not optimal: the various plates of food were brought too quick and the drinks refill took too long, which is hard to understand since the place was not busy at all. It leads me to think that the staff is not well trained in comparison to what a client would expect from a restaurant of Suri Lee.
Susur Lee has done a few great restauran ...
Susur Lee has done a few great restaurants. So worth trying the food.
The servers were not trained very well. As they were all over us in the beginning to order when we just sat down.
Then when the restaurant was busier, I had to call servers over twice to fill water. We poured our own wine besides the initial pour from the server and our empty upside down bottle sat at the table for our whole dinner.
As quick as they were, I'm lucky they save me from ordering a desert drink.
To top it off, Parking was $27.70 and when i was asked by the service staff if i had a ticket for parking, I gave it to them. I was charged $17 on the bill THEN when i went downstairs, I had to pay an additional $10 with my credit card. So how does that help?
You minus well just take the full parking on the bill so i don't have to pay twice. or pay for your patrons' parking. Our bill was $300 so not cheap.
It was my 3rd time at the Luckee restaur ...
It was my 3rd time at the Luckee restaurant and we were not dissapointed.
Great place! Delicious food as always. We loved everything about this place. Very good services. We will definitely will come again
I was so happy to find out Chef Lee had ...
I was so happy to find out Chef Lee had a restaurant in the hotel I booked for our weekend getaway. Luckee did not disappoint. Everything from the dim sum, to the duck, and finally the ginger creme brûlée was beautifully presented and and a delight to the pallet. The open kitchen was also a treat for this Top Chef Masters fan. My only frustration is that I must get back to Toronto soon to try Chef's other restaurants.
Food is ok but selection is ridiculous l ...
Food is ok but selection is ridiculous limited. When we were there, three items were not available so essentially we have just a few items to choose from. that was not good experience
This is the third time I have been to Lu ...
This is the third time I have been to Luckee - and it has been very good each time. The Dim sum - pretty every type on the menu - is excellent, and the larger dishes are perfect for sharing. Overall we had a great experience and can recommend Luckee to anyone looking for a higher end and somewhat unique dining experience.
The food, was good but not worth the pri ...
The food, was good but not worth the price. They were out of almost half the dim sum options when we arrived and it was only 8 pm! The duck was the best dish we had , but the dim sum was just ok and paying $6 for one xialong bao is crazy!! It didn't taste any better than the ones you can get at Asian Legend. Service was also just ok, we got our food way before our drinks came and we often had to flag down our waiter to get service. Overall I wouldn't recommend this restaurant. The food was not so special that it was worth the paying double what you would pay at a normal dim sum restaurant.
From the very start the experience was p ...
From the very start the experience was poor, as most of the dim sum menu was unavailable due to the chef being on long term leave. Very poor service - two of four dishes ordered came out wrong and one didn't come out at all - without so much as an acknowledgement of apology from the completely clueless waitress. I am surprised by this poor quality all around given Susur's reputation. I will not be back to Luckee and will make sure my friends and family don't go either.
Unfortunately we went for dinner and sev ...
Unfortunately we went for dinner and several dim sum options were not available because they had ran out of stock during lunch time. Service was amazing and food was pretty good although a bit oily/rich. Overall I would recommend for a business meal but it is on the pricey end.
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