Lee offers private dining experiences for group of 10 – 30 people. It’s a cozy space for special occasions for friends and family…or even an office party. I was here for my friend’s rehearsal dinner for her wedding and gathered in the room to celebrate.
Photo by Lee
The space has a long table to seat all your guests and cozy up to the fireplace.The room over looks their narrow private garden.
The room is located past their kitchen and has their own washroom away from the rest of the restaurant.
Saketini has moonstone Plum Saké, Tozai Living Jewel Junmai Saké, Belvedere Vodka, Yuzu, and Flower Petals.
Singaporean-style Slaw has green onions, taro root, rice vermicelli, cucumber, carrots, jicama, daikon, tomatoes, sesame seeds, ginger, peanuts, edible flowers, purple, basil, coriander, daikon sprouts, shallots, pickled red onion, with their salted plum dressing and onion oil. This is an amazing dish! Everyone must order this.
Some people love this so much that they just order one of these to themselves.
Top Chef Green Curry Chicken has crispy multi-grain rice cake, pine nuts, spiced tomato jam, oven dried pineapple, and chili mint. This was the Top Chef award winning dish when Susur Lee was on the show. I always find this dish ok and not as jaw dropping as what some other people say.
Warm Molten Chocolate Cake has caramelized jackfruit & banana with vanilla bean ice cream. Oh man, this dish was a surprise. It seems pretty normal, but once you cut into the cake, it oooooozzzzeeessss with the chocolate inside. So good! I ate most of this and I kept craving more.
The vanilla ice cream with the blue berry sauce and chocolate decoration paired nicely too.
Overall, I was pretty satisfied with the meal. We had a lot of dishes, but I kinda enjoyed the meal a little too much. I usually don’t forget to take photos. For more dishes, you can view my previous review of Lee. When in doubt, always order the slaw.
We Rate Lee:
603 King St W