Edo Japanese Restaurant

★★★★☆
  • 68 Easton Ave

    New Brunswick, NJ 08901

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  • 732-514-0700

About Edo Japanese Restaurant

Hours
Mon - Thu, 5:30pm - 10pm; Fri, Sat, 5:30pm - 11pm; Sun, 5pm - 10pm

Food

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The location is great--you get off college avenue from around the Grease Trucks and it is right on Easton. The food is pretty good for a New Brunswick restaurant and the prices are definitely fair. I particularly like the Edo roll, and I would definitely try out the spicy tuna roll, as it is also very good. Also, the chicken terriyaki is very good. This week (if you read this on time) the entire place is half off--so I would definitely check it out.

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The location is great--you get off college avenue from around the Grease Trucks and it is right on Easton. The food is pretty good for a New Brunswick restaurant and the prices are definitely fair. I particularly like the Edo roll, and I would definitely try out the spicy tuna roll, as it is also very good. Also, the chicken terriyaki is very good. This week (if you read this on time) the entire place is half off--so I would definitely check it out.

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it's right on Rutgers campus so it's great for lunch between classes...but at the same time it's a cute small restaurant to dine in with family as well...service and food both are pretty good!

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★★★★☆

it's right on Rutgers campus so it's great for lunch between classes...but at the same time it's a cute small restaurant to dine in with family as well...service and food both are pretty good!

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Very calm and quaint with an excellent menu as well as the organization of the menus themselves. the atmosphere was a typical sushi bar, but not over the top with the Japanese ornamentation. Food was great for the meager price. Very good find if I do say so myself - try the Bay Roll

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★★★★☆

Very calm and quaint with an excellent menu as well as the organization of the menus themselves. the atmosphere was a typical sushi bar, but not over the top with the Japanese ornamentation. Food was great for the meager price. Very good find if I do say so myself - try the Bay Roll

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After coming back from Australia I have a new appriciation for American sushi. That being said this place did not impress me with it's selection. The menu was small and they only had 5 rolls and 6 different kinds of choice, but they were out of Saba. The best part about the place is the atmosphere. You walk through the house into the back where it is nice an cozy. The chef was friendly and the service helpful. The only thing that impressed me was the spicy tuna, as this was the first time I've ordered in the US and it is actually spicy.

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★★★☆☆

After coming back from Australia I have a new appriciation for American sushi. That being said this place did not impress me with it's selection. The menu was small and they only had 5 rolls and 6 different kinds of choice, but they were out of Saba. The best part about the place is the atmosphere. You walk through the house into the back where it is nice an cozy. The chef was friendly and the service helpful. The only thing that impressed me was the spicy tuna, as this was the first time I've ordered in the US and it is actually spicy.

Pros: Spicey Tuna

Cons: Sushi selection

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One of my favorite sushi places. The fish is always fresh and the service is excellent. Be sure to bring a bottle of saki and share some with the head chef / owner Jun Kim. The menu has all the standards or they can make any combination you'd like. Feel free to ask Jun to make you something creative as he's very good at coming up with new and tasty plates.

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★★★★★

One of my favorite sushi places. The fish is always fresh and the service is excellent. Be sure to bring a bottle of saki and share some with the head chef / owner Jun Kim. The menu has all the standards or they can make any combination you'd like. Feel free to ask Jun to make you something creative as he's very good at coming up with new and tasty plates.

Pros: friendly, excellent service, fresh sushi

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This is a small local restaurant that has fresh sushi. The ambience is romantic and the waiters/waitresses are very polite and courteous. Try the white tuna in ponzu sauce....delicious!

PROS: Good sushi, romantic atmosphere
CONS: Extremely slow service when there's only one sushi chef

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★★★☆☆

This is a small local restaurant that has fresh sushi. The ambience is romantic and the waiters/waitresses are very polite and courteous. Try the white tuna in ponzu sauce....delicious!

PROS: Good sushi, romantic atmosphere
CONS: Extremely slow service when there's only one sushi chef

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Edo's is the best sushi restaurant you will find. The owner and sushi chef June is one of the friendliest guys you will ever meet. Especially if you share with him some hot sake. You will find a lot of regulars that go there and a small college crowd but the atmosphere is friendliest you will find.

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Edo's is the best sushi restaurant you will find. The owner and sushi chef June is one of the friendliest guys you will ever meet. Especially if you share with him some hot sake. You will find a lot of regulars that go there and a small college crowd but the atmosphere is friendliest you will find.

 

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