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Edo Sushi

53 E. Padonia Rd. (York Rd.) Send to Phone
410-667-9200 | Menu
Fine sushi and good cooked dishes, like the Edo soup served in a teapot, bring the flavors of Japan to the suburbs.

Lunch & Dinner daily

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Edo Sushi Restaurant Review

: This unassuming suburban strip-mall dweller does a fine job of turning out Japanese basics. Sushi in all its variants --- nigiri, maki, sashimi, chirashi sushi --- are all prepared with care. Edo puts down a killer tonkatsu; the pork cutlet is fried crisp and is juicy inside its panko coating, and served on a bed of rice with a plummy sauce for dipping. Wasabi shu mai hit just the right notes of tingly hot and gently sweet, while bowls of udon are packed with tender ropes of wheat noodles topped with meats, vegetables or seafood. For a special treat, try the takosu, octopus in a vinegar sauce, or the Edo soup, which arrives in a small teapot packed with tender seafood and black mushrooms, paired with a small cup for enjoying the broth. Sweetly attentive service and a homey, wood-paneled dining room complete the picture. Bring your own bottle. Sister Edos can be found at the Inner Harbor and at two locations in Owings Mills.


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