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#2,936 of 5,539 Restaurants in Toronto
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US$30 - US$50
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International, Sushi, Fusion, Japanese, Asian
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Dinner
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Reviewed September 15, 2017 via mobile

I bought a groupon and went to have dinner for two. Price was excessive. I wish i could say the food or the customer service was worth the price but that wasn't the case. There is no savings or real discounts when paying the bill,...be warned.More

Date of visit: September 2017
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Reviewed June 27, 2016

In the old days this place had top notch food. But last year it wasn't as busy and our large group noticed the food and service had deteriorated. Contacted them to let them know and the owner promised to look into it. Never heard back....Then they had a fire months ago and have yet to re-open. I'm not sure why I'm writing this review except that they have other locations.More

Date of visit: June 2016
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Reviewed November 28, 2015

Had dinner there last night - wonderful service and the food was excellent. We had several appetizers (4 seaweed salad, tuna and tofu hotpot) and 2 assorted sushi plates for the main. All was very good. We had the dark chocolate fondue for dessert and...it was perfect - light but delicious. The servers were very attentive and I really liked how they explained what the different types of seaweed and sushi were. Highly recommend!More

Date of visit: November 2015
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Reviewed November 11, 2015

We went to this location spontaneously and it was almost empty. Food is presented very well, but it's not as tasty as I expected it to be. EDO is also not cheap - so we were a bit disappointed. I used to go to the...Spadina location many times in the past. Overall a nice place for business lunch.More

Date of visit: October 2015
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Reviewed October 6, 2015

Slow Monday night with restaurant almost empty. Took over 20 minutes for first dish to arrive and it was not our appetizer but rather the main. Apologies galore and they bring out our appetizers 5 minutes later which we refused. Slowest service I can ever...remember in a restaurant. Took 10 minutes to get a cup of coffee. Place is drab, dull and dark and not remotely Japanese looking.More

Date of visit: October 2015
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Reviewed September 1, 2015

What makes you drive the Gardiner in summer time? An expiring voucher you paid lots of dough for eons ago and also forgot; that's what! So we took a 5 o'clock reservation and we were probably the first diners in the place. Karen the maitre'd...was charming and kindly gave us the "best" table in the place, right by the windows. As we were having the prix fixe the only choice was between two entrees: miso, blackened cod or kobe beef--so we ordered one of each. The amuse and appetizer courses were delicate and tasty although I thought somewhat similar in that they were both custard type and very small. On to the two entrees. The miso cod was very well done, tasty and properly cooked. The Kobe beef, not so much. A bit tough here and there and slightly overdone to o ur taste. Kobe beef in Japan melted in our mouths; not so much melting here. Although we enjoyed the desserts the modified chocolate fondue was not Japanese and t he hot green tea on a minuscule serving of ice cream was too soon a sea of green.More

Date of visit: September 2015
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Reviewed August 22, 2015

I was in Edo in Bayview village Toronto. (I didnt find it on Tripadvisor list). Fills like nobody want you there. It was around 8pm Saturday, not crowded at all. We sit our self, then we try to find menu by ourself. 10 min later...waiter came, took the order. we never got half of the stuff we ask, even a tea! Over priced, considering the quality of the food. And I get more help in McDonalds then here. I am upset, not only because of worst experience ever, but at this place was very nice Japanese restaurant before, where waiter would remember you, and what you ordered last month.More

Date of visit: August 2015
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Reviewed August 13, 2015

Edo is my main go to sushi place in Toronto. It has good quality sushi. It also serves butterfish which a lot of places do not. The Eglinton location offers a sushi bar while the Bayview Village location does not. They can also deliver but...order in advance as delivery can take a long time.More

Date of visit: July 2015
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Reviewed July 20, 2015

We went to Dinner on a Sunday evening for our Anniversary. We got there early and service was great. The five course summerlicious menu appealed to us and we were not disappointed. The Asian Caesar Salad was amazing as was the sushi dish. Everything was...beautifully plated and the chocolate fondue dessert was great as was the sundae. The choice of saki was large and we loved the way they served it in red waterfilled shot glasses.More

Date of visit: July 2015
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Reviewed July 13, 2015

My recent meal at EDO was spectacular in terms of food. The sashimi was unbelievably fresh and the yellowtail tuna tataki with mustard miso sauce has been on my mind ever since. The ultimate basic, the miso soup, was terrific as well, which is always...a good sign. There is no doubt that very talented chefs man the kitchen and sushi bar. There would however be room for improvement in terms of service and atmosphere. Something is missing... and it's a shame because with seamless service and an updated decor this restaurant could jump up a category. Nonetheless, I will continue going to EDO for an unfussy dinner, with corresponding expectations.More

Date of visit: June 2015
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Yes, Edo offers takeaway services.

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Edo is rated accordingly in the following categories by Tripadvisor travellers:
  • Food: 4
  • Service: 4
  • Value: 3
  • Atmosphere: 3.5