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MissV Feb 19, 2009 09:06 AM

Hi - I just moved here from Vancouver so don't know the "scene" well yet. I have to make reservations for TONIGHT for a business dinner at a high end Chinese restaurant in Richmond Hill, close to Hwy 7 & Leslie.

I've tried to look online, but it is hard to know - I need a place that serves good food, has good service, and doesn't look/smell like a dive. Cost isn't an issue.

These are the ones I could find - are any of them good? Is there a better spot I don't know about? Please advise ASAP! Thank you! :-)

Regal 16
1 Spadina Rd, Richmond Hill

Full House Restaurant
328 Hwy 7, Richmond Hill

Peaktop on Hwy 7 just east of Woodbine
3085 Hwy 7

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    dayna.e Feb 24, 2009 07:45 AM

    La Chine is a fusion Chinese restaurant.

    http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/313487

    Dragon Boat is also not bad too...it's just down the street from La Chine.

    1. aser Feb 19, 2009 05:27 PM

      Regal 16 is known for their shark's fin, if that is of interest to you...

      My go to spot right now is definitely Yang's.

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        tjr Feb 19, 2009 05:53 PM

        Definitely second, third, fourth, etc. Yang's. It's excellent. Only had one or two things that weren't great.

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          Charles Yu Feb 24, 2009 05:37 AM

          Regal 16 has gone down hill!!!

        2. genie81 Feb 19, 2009 12:01 PM

          I wouldn't consider Peaktop "high end".

          You could try Diamond Banquet Hall (It's actually in the same plaza as Peaktop but closer to Fairburn Dr. ). I've only been there for dimsum recently though. I usually go to Lucky Season, which is in Times Square (Hwy 7 and Leslie).

          1. Royaljelly Feb 19, 2009 11:53 AM

            A little bit closer to your area (if your client is staying at one of those hotels nearby Times Square), is O-Mei on Hwy 7. Especially the Lobster 4 ways (but you need to order one that's pretty significant in size). Warning: It's quite filling, so depending on the number of people you have attending, you may not need to order much more. Some say the noodles as the last dish is better than the fried rice (I haven't tried the noodle dish yet). It's another Charles Yu recommendation, before Yang's was around.

            http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/487995

            1. TorontoJo Feb 19, 2009 09:24 AM

              I would say Yang's on Bayview. Charles Yu is one of our resident Chinese food experts and he lives in the area and recommended it. I've only been for dim sum, which was excellent. The space is totally clean and modern, and appropriate for a business meeting.

              There have been a couple of threads on it. I'll do a quick search and see if I can find them for you.

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                TorontoJo Feb 19, 2009 09:29 AM

                Here you go:

                http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/592731

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                  MissV Feb 19, 2009 09:32 AM

                  Thank you sooooo much! I appreciate it! :-)

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