Raj Singh also does true bespoke (custom pattern; cut and sown by him in North York; multiple fittings, including basted fittings). Bespoke is actually his emphasis; but he also does mtm.
My last suit that he made for me (in grey Scabal fabric) is close to his bespoke level. I had a basted fitting. There is a lot of handwork. Overall, I'm very happy with it. And I'm still very happy with the first suit he made for me (the three piece in the wool/mohair I posted earlier in this thread).
I can show you the most recent comission the next time I come into your shop to get measured. He listened to me when I said I wanted a more traditional suit (less fitted; more drape;longer jacket; wider lapels).
The only downside is that his shoulders can get quite padded and structured. I think he executes that look well; but if you want Italian shoulders go elsewhere. Even asking him to use very little padding, his shoulders are by far the most padded shoulders in my regular rotation. It makes for a very business-ey suit; but that works for my profession. I spend a lot of time in court and in client meetings.
The blue jacket I posted earlier in this thread still isn't quite right (I was wearing it the last time I saw you), but it is OK. I'm happy enough with the two other suits that I'm willing to overlook the blue suit incident. Come bonus season, I'm going to stop nickel and diming him and commission a fully bespoke suit from him.