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EDO


484 Eglinton Ave. West
Toronto, ON M5N 1A5

(416) 322-3033

Rating: out of 5 stars (60 reviews) Average Rating Over Time
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Delivery Delivery Available EDO - WINTERLICIOUS 2007 Menu Entertainment Financial District Japanese Kobe Beef Burger Live Entertainment Marinated Black Cod Midtown Moderate Private Room Reservations Accepted Reservations Recommended Restaurants Sushi Take Out Upscale Casual Wine Bar Yonge & Eglinton



Hours: MON 5:30 pm-9:00 pm TUE-WED 5:30 pm-10:00 pm THU-SAT 5:30 pm-10:30 pm
Status: Closed
Payment Methods: Visa, MasterCard, American Express

Description

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.
by whereca on July 19, 2014 from whereca

Editorial Reviews

"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.
by zagat on May 31, 2014 from zagat

Information from the business

Specialties<br/><br/>Japanese, European, International / Global, Sushi<br/><br/>History<br/><br/>Established in 1986<br/><br/>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
by yelp on December 17, 2015 from yelp
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...
by opentable on September 06, 2012 from opentable
From OpenTable:<br/><br/>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...
by menuism on May 05, 2011 from menuism
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