About Lee’s Kitchen Chinese & Thai:
As the name says, Lee’s Kitchen serves Chinese and Thai food, but with plenty of western influences. Lee’s Kitchen is located in Unit 4, on 346 Bayfield Street, in Barrie, Ontario. The place serves lunch and dinner and has a fast delivery service.
Located in a strip plaza, you can easily find parking for your vehicle near the restaurant. You don’t need a reservation to dine in, but it is advisable to order takeout or have your meal delivered, as the place very little in décor and does not serve alcohol. It is wheelchair accessible, has TV, is kid-friendly and can fit larger groups of people.
The working hours are different every day: Monday is 4 PM to 9.30 PM, Tuesday is 11.30 AM to 9.30 PM, Wednesday is 4 PM to 9.30 PM, Thursday is 11.30 AM to 9.30 PM, Friday and Saturday is 11.30 AM to 10.30 PM, and Sunday is noon to 9.30 PM.
From the reviews patrons have left online on Yelp, Trip Advisor, Google Reviews and Facebook, I’ve created the list of pros and cons.
- Friendly, professional staff
- Good menu
- Good blend of flavours
- Fast service for takeout and delivery
- Reasonable prices
- Notes about occasionally overcooked food
Lee’s Kitchen Chinese and Thai Cuisine restaurant opened in 2012. The place has straightforward décor, with bright green Formica tabletops, black vinyl seating benches on one side and chairs on the other side. The walls are cream, floors are tile, and there is a TV over the counter. Not much in décor, except for some potted plants in the corners.
It is the extensive menu that attracts plenty of customers to Lee’s Kitchen. It is a blend of different local Chinese and Thai cuisines. The Cantonese specials are among the most favourite with the patrons, like sesame chicken, Moo Goo Guy Pan, orange blossom chicken, General Tso’s chicken (or beef/tofu/shrimp) and lots more.
The menu at Lee’s Kitchen also has Szechuan specialities, like Mapo tofu, orange beef, Kung Po chicken and a lot more. The Thai offer has items like basil beef, chicken and shrimp, mango chicken, beef or shrimp, Pad Thai in several options, and Thai Curry dishes.
The a la carte menu has various appetisers like egg rolls, mango salad, fried wontons, chicken wings, and more. The soup offer is quite extensive, as is their sweet & sour offer. People can order items like Chop Suey or Chow Mein; a large variety of noodle dishes; Lo Mein; Dim Sum; a lot of differently prepared rice dishes; a large selection of vegetarian meals; Egg Foo Young; diced vegetables & almonds dishes with chicken, pork, beef, and shrimp; beef, chicken and seafood dishes and plenty more.
The combination dinners come in three different varieties in sizes for one to six people and contain a good blend of different items that provide a nice blend of Asia-inspired flavours.