Had dim sum at Luckee on Sunday and was really impressed. Very interesting fusion approach, with some unique notes to traditional offerings. Standouts included the chicken cheung fan which had that fried doughnut shell thing inside it as well, honestly if I'm in the area I may drop in just to eat that at the bar with a cocktail. Could not have loved that dish more. I also enjoyed the chicken and shrimp shu mai and the curry chicken spring rolls. The har gow though was oversteamed, and the chicken bao was fairly boring and standard-issue.
Pretty expensive, I didn't see the bill as I wasn't paying but it's certainly in Crown Princess/LWH territory, and yeah twice what you'd pay in Richmond Hill. But I'll be back for sure. Paired everything with a tasty riesling, Kung Fu Girl from Oregon, that was good value (by Toronto standards) at $56. The full bar and cocktail menu gives this place extra appeal for me, but then I am kind of a boozebag.