188 University Ave, Toronto, 647-788-8888
DRINKS: Full Bar
PRICE RANGE: $$$$
NEIGHBORHOOD: Financial District
Set in the beautiful Shangra-La Hotel, this is one of the top eateries in Toronto. Menu favorites include: Lois Lake Steelhead Salmon and Roasted Flat Iron Steak. Perfect experience from a 5-star hotel. Great desserts like the Dark Chocolate Mousse.
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A dense bed of kelp covers the whole of the reef top, which has numerous channels and gullies criss- crossing over it. On the ebb tide, the water runs northeast into Staple Sound and there is a strong upsurge on the south side making diving difficult. Best time to dive is at low slack water and at the beginning of the flood. Visibility can often be excellent on this corner but young seal pups can sometimes be a nuisance on the top of The Bush. On the seaward side of The Bush, the reef tapers away to a flat pebbly seabed, although there are a couple of small, desolate-looking and sediment-covered reefs. Depths on this side vary between 12 and 15 metres and there is not much of interest, but one of the ships that was wrecked is supposed to be somewhere in this area, so it could be worth keeping your eyes open for any tell-tale-signs. The seabed on the northeastern side of Little Scarcar has a few kelp-covered boulders on it, at a depth of 11 metres, and then it gives way to sand and stone and slopes down to 20 metres away from the island. Currents are only moderate on this side and it is possible to dive around both of the Scarcars in one go, but beware of the frequent trip boats on the north and western sides. The seabed on the northeastern side of the Little Scarcar has a few kelp-covered boulders on it at a depth of 11 metres and then it gives way to sand and stone and slopes away to 20 metres, away from the islet. Currents are only moderate on this side and it is possible to dive around both the Scarcar islets in one go but, again, beware of the frequent trip boats on the north and western sides.