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EDO

484 Eglinton Ave. West
Toronto, ON  M5N 1A5

(416) 322-3033

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English
December 17, 2015

Specialties

Japanese, European, International / Global, Sushi

History

Established in 1986

EDO was first opened at its original location in 1986 in mid-town Toronto, serving authentic Japanese cuisine. Although sushi became the most broadly known and accepted part of the menu, EDO prides itself on its full offering of traditional Japanese

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September 06, 2012

EDO was first opened at its original location in 1986 in mid-town Toronto, serving authentic Japanese cuisine. Although sushi became the most broadly known and accepted part of the menu, prides itself on its full offering of traditional Japanese flavours done in a contemporary style. EDO also conducts cooking classes, which include the making, history, etiquette and culture of sushi. Chef... more

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May 05, 2011

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EDO was first opened at its original location in 1986 in mid-town Toronto, serving authentic Japanese cuisine. Although sushi became the most broadly known and accepted part of the menu, prides itself on its full offering of traditional Japanese flavours done in a contemporary style. EDO also conducts cooking classes, which include the making, history, etiquette and culture of... more

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Editorial Reviews from the web
English
May 31, 2014

"Impeccably fresh" sushi is the draw of this Forest Hill-North Toronto duo where other "consistently good" Japanese dishes round out the somewhat expensive (but "fairly priced") menu; "friendly" servers and a pleasant neighbourhood atmosphere contribute to the overall "enjoyable" experience; P.S. EDO is larger, EDO-Ko more casual.

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English
3.5 star rating
November 07, 2015

Worst food surprise when they presented a burnt salmon filet to my table! How do you even think of putting that on a plate and then to the table?! We sent it back and had to complain again because it took another 20 minutes to get a new dish while the rest of our table finished their meal. Then the kicker, they had the nerve to charge us for that dish! Any place that gives a round of service... more

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3.5 star rating
October 23, 2015

If I could give negative star I would give them -5 star. Our experience Today was terrible.

My GF and I went their with the $88 groupon deal for the Kobe Beef dinner. We originally bought it for the Markham Hilton Location, but that one closed down so they sent us to here.
We also upgraded $24 for the Aburi Sushi taster. But the Sushi quality was under par and worst than AYCE. Ther Service was... more

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3.5 star rating
September 19, 2015

This wasn't our original place where we wanted to eat, however where we were planning on going had a line up so we decided to get some sushi since we were starving. This place looks really nice inside and can definitely accommodate large groups (one group had about 20 people for a bday celebration). Lucky for us, even though a Saturday night we got a table for 2.

The menu and drink selection... more

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English
July 19, 2014

Elegant, authentic and innovative Japanese dining with a full sushi bar. Offering tempura, teriyaki, grilled fish and meats. Large sake selection. Lunch Mon.-Sat. (Spadina location only), dinner daily. Smart casual. Entrees: $12.50-$25. AE, MC, V.

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November 04, 2013

For more than twenty years, Toronto’s first Edo restaurant has been offering authentic traditional Japanese cuisine on its daily menu. The restaurant’s open dining room features a long marble sushi bar and a wine and sake bar where guests can enjoy a glass from Edo’s extensive wine list. A private room suitable for up to 18 people is also available as well as full private and corporate catering... more

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July 11, 2011

EDO was first opened at its original location in 1986 in mid-town Toronto, serving authentic Japanese cuisine. Although sushi became the most broadly known and accepted part of the menu, prides itself on its full offering of traditional Japanese flavours done in a contemporary style. EDO also conducts cooking classes, which include the making, history, etiquette and culture of sushi. Chef... more

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