If Toronto has one celebrity chef, it is Susur Lee. The Hong Kong-born chef combines Eastern culinary traditions with French techniques at all of his restaurants, but he most thoroughly explores this culinary point of view at his flagship, Lee. At this King West spot, everyone orders the Singapore Slaw, a 19-ingredient dish of vegetables, fresh herbs, crunchy peanuts and fried taro with a salted plum dressing. It has an impressively tall presentation and the polished servers are so proud of it, they actually encourage guests to Instagram it. [$$$]