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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,...More
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....More
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...More
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...More
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...More
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...More
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...More
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...More
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...More
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...More
The North End is a nucleus of specialty food restaurants and shops, especially around its Mount Pleasant Village area. Frequented by antiquers for its numerous collectable shops, furniture spots, and oddity stores, the North End is a maverick of the quaint and quality. Vintage toy stores, accessory shops, and cinemas welcome perusers to step back in time, while the wide pedestrian squares and the large
medical and business community inject it with a dose of modernity. With numerous cafes and Toronto's greatest number of independent booksellers, it isn't uncommon to see folks in this area at their leisure, reading outdoors and in eateries, and taking life a bit more slowly – even if it's only during their lunch break.