Food is a window on a culture. Byenjoying inspiring and unique arrangements, tastes and textures that our guests experience, the culture and essence of Japan starts to unfold and becomes accessible and welcoming.
At EDO, we are dedicated to preserving the Japanese culinary Washoku tradition and blend with contemporary and uniqueJapanese approaches of western cooking called Seiyo-Ryori or Nikkei. Our mission is to meticulously source the right ingredients, maintaining our traditional menu for now our third generation of regular guests, while crafting an ever-evolving menu that showcases the rich tapestry of Japanese flavours and influences for the adventurous and curious. By combining authenticity with adventure, we create an authentic dining experience that offers a glimpse into the soul of Japanese cuisine.
Dōzo O-Meshi-Agari-Kudasai! どぞお召し上がりください!
Food, Culture, and Art are all elements that we offer at EDO. From what you experience when you step first into our restaurant to what see on your plate we strive to give you as much of a tastebud experience as we do a visual joy.
Always loved it. From Eglinton to the village and more. Gorgeous food esp for me being vegan. Barry owner is a wonderful man. Very accomplished and doing great things in and for Japan gov. A little reunion with couple of friends stayed all day. Casual yummy place he has 🙏Vegetarian options. Being vegan I had no problem finding things to eat. Parking: Street parking as well as a large lot next door. Never a problem
Pretty good japanese food. It was tasty and service was great. Had tempura, sushi, sashimi, and sake. All was delicious. There wasn't anything that really stood out though. I wouldn't travel to get here. Still really good though
I was in this restaurant for the first time and I really liked it. The place was empty, which is the plus, the staff were polite and pleasant. The food was ready in prompt manner. Steak teriyaki was the best of the best! Meat was tender and melted in your mouth, grilled vegetables was super tasty with perfect consistency. Tempura was great, perfect temperature, crunchy crust and very tender inside. The fish in sushi and rolls was fresh and good quality, miso soup was great too.
After nearly 40 years, we never imagined our EDO family would grow to this extent. Looking ahead, we're dedicated to discovering new locations and experiences to connect with your dining needs, whether it's a cozy dinner at home, a concert, a game at Scotiabank Arena, or our latest addition at Toronto Western Hospital. We're always evolving.
Hours may change during holidays or special occasions. Please contact the establishment for specific information.
Scotiabank Arena (since 1999)
Located at Platinum North Level &
40 Bay Street, M5J 2X2
Operating at all major sporting events and concerts