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Recommendations for exceptional (equivalent to Michelin stars) Dim Sum for Bivalvia-Vegan?

scherz0 | May 14, 2017 03:40 PM

I define 'Bivalvia-Vegetarian' to mean a vegetarian who can eat anything in the [Class Bivalvia](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bivalvia) (e.g. clams, oysters, cockles, mussels, scallops).

Anything in the GTA, with the same quality and exceptionality as Hong Kong's 2- and 3-starred Cantonese Michelin restaurants (https://www.eater.com/2016/11/9/13573...)? We'll try Yu Seafood soon.

We already tried the following that all are worse (but as expensive) than the above Hong Kong restaurants:

Casa Victoria : Atrociously many failures of YorkSafe inspections - http://disclosure.york.ca/Map/Show/18...
Crown Princess : Atrociously many failures of DineSafe inspections
Dragon Boat : Most dim sum contains meat or seafood besides elements of Bivalvia.
Dynasty : Atrociously many failures of DineSafe inspections
Kwan, both locations : Substandard, too mediocre.
Luckee : Overpriced, overrated. One apparently pays for Susur Lee's pretentious form, rather than substance.
Lai Wah Heen : Substandard and overpriced. It was much better a few years ago.

Thank you!

Casa Victoria,
Dragon Boat Fusion Cuisine,
Kwan Dim Sum,
Lai Wah Heen
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