Celebrity chef Susur Lee opens Luckee for the time pressed downtown luncheon crowd
Fans of culinary superstar and Food Network judge Susur Lee can now enjoy a quick and tasty lunch at Luckee Restaurant and Bar, the already popular after-work, eclectic spot tucked into SoHo Metropolitan Hotel on Wellington.
Meant for the busy lunch crowd who need to be in-and-out relatively quickly, Luckee offers individual bowls and specialty dim sum. You’ll also find traditional dim sum baskets, the classics and Lee’s signature dish, the cheung fun. In addition to the main menu, diners may choose to opt for the prix fixe lunch at $32pp. Many of Luckee’s menu items are priced per person to help you get in and out without the tedium of having to tally up your tabs and go through who pays for what—oh, I only ate this one—which is often far too problematic in general.
Have time for a longer meal? Consider the Executive Lunch, a lobster and chueng fun filled four-course menu for two ($88).
If you’re making it a lunch with spirits, the restaurant also has an inspired drink menu including expertly crafted cocktails, a selection of wines and sake.
Luckee is the only Susur restaurant in Toronto currently open for lunch.
Soho Metropolitan Hotel
328 Wellington St. W. (at Blue Jays Way),