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Crown Prince Fine Dining - New Chinese Restaurant in North York

T Long | Nov 23, 200911:37 AM     37

Has anyone tried this new place yet? I had mentioned this place earlier.... http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/6551... I peeked in today during lunchtime (it was full although not quite packed), on my way to pick-up takeout from another favorite place Elegantview just a block away. It seems to have had an impact on Elegantview, with Elegantview promoting free tea and low prices at dim sum time and suggesting no tips necessary on meals to hold onto its customers. I confirmed with the staff that Crown Prince is a new sister to Casa Imperial and Casa Victoria. The new place will be on my list to try out, but wondering if anyone can comment on how it compares to its sister establishments.

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Elegantview
3601 Victoria Park Ave, Toronto, ON M1W, CA

Casa Imperial
4125 Steeles Ave E, Scarborough, ON M1W 3T4, CA

Casa Victoria Fine Dining
8601 Warden Ave, Markham, ON L3R0B5, CA

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