4 Avenue Rd, Toronto, 416-324-1567

CUISINE: Kosher DRINKS: Full Bar

SERVING: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, and High Tea PRICE RANGE: $$$$


This elegant eatery offers a global menu of international cuisine from chef Joan Monfaredi. Not only popular for lunch & dinner, but this fine-dining establishment serves high tea. The menu includes an impressive selection of appetizers, salads, pasts, steak, lamb, and seafood. Pastry chef Dayal Yakandawela offers a delicious selection of rich cakes and tarts.


The northern edge is a cliff face all the way along, with its highest point being a sheer 8-metre drop into the water, and over about 400 metres it gradually slopes down, disappearing under the sea, which makes entry and exit fairly easy. The north side of the Point takes a tremendous battering from the winter storms and here the jagged underwater cliff face is indented with many crevices, slots and overhangs, providing ideal cover for many species of marine life. The submerged part of the reef runs a long way out underwater and on the surface there can be a very strong current running, either north or south, so it is always best to make the return journey along the bottom. Many divers have been caught out by attempting to swim back on the surface without any boat cover. Halfway along the north side of Beadnell Point are the battered remains of the MV Yewglen, which came to grief on 29 February 1960. She was a vessel of 1,018 tons and yet there is now very little left of her, apart from some broken spars and twisted steel framework and the occasional bit of non-ferrous metal lying amongst the rocks under a thick carpet of kelp. The Yewglen was a steel-hulled, diesel-powered motor vessel that was completed as Yard No.372 by Jas Lamont and Co. at Port Glasgow in october 1952 and was launched on 9 May 1952 for J. Stewart and Co.

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