916 Dundas Street West, 416-703-8881 www. ellasuncle. com CUISINE: Coffee Shop DRINKS: Full Bar SERVING: Breakfast & Lunch PRICE RANGE: $$$$
NEIGHBORHOOD: Little Italy
This casual but very busy coffee shop offers a friendly atmosphere for breakfast, lunch or just coffee and dessert. Try the delicious banana bread with chocolate chips. People come here just for the great coffee.
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Scarcar Gut is the channel between the Big Scarcar and The Bush. The area is strewn with boulders and shingle with strong currents and a depth of 10 metres all along the Gut to the east (seaward), however to the southwest (shore-facing side), a steep slope of small boulders drops away down to 18 metres onto a stony seabed. There are much better dives elsewhere around The Bush. This site is a very steep slope down to 18 metres, strewn with small boulders and rocks, with a small reef wall at the top. The top is covered heavily in kelp, with lots of gullies and channels containing urchins, spider crabs, squat lobsters and other small marine life, as well as the occasional edible crab or lobster. The edge of The Bush drops away more steeply as you move southeast, towards the end, until it forms more of an underwater cliff. A nice dive, with moderate currents on neap flood tides, and visibility can be excellent during the summer. All along the southern-facing edge to the southwestern corner of The Bush is a first class dive, taking in some sheer cliff walls and brilliant overhangs. There are large crevices and gullies at the top half of the reef and lots of soft corals, etc. Depths drop to 18 metres onto stone and sand, with lots of big razor-fish buried in the sand, plus edible Venerupis clams can also be found about 5 cm under the sand.