lee garden toronto

Chinatown restaurant a favourite for over 35 years

A consistent go-to for Hong Kong expats, Toronto natives and/or everyone in-between, this Chinese restaurant is known for dishes you won't otherwise find in Chinatown, like beef tenderloin with avocados and cashews or "tofu pie." They opened in 1976, but this Spadina fixture is still going strong - as you can tell by the inevitable lineups after 6:30pm.

Read my profile of Lee Garden in the restaurants section.


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