Great news for lovers of Japanese-inspired foods: With more than 140 locations across Canada, millions already love Edo Japan, and we know you will too. Edo’s first Ottawa location in Barrhaven, which opened last year, has been so popular (and for good reason!) that they’ve opened a second location in College Square, just one block away from Algonquin College.
For those who haven't tried Edo Japan before, you're in for a mouth-watering treat. They’re famous for their signature teriyaki sauce (made from a secret, time-honoured recipe), which is a feature ingredient in many of their teppan-style, Japanese-inspired dishes.
Founded more than four decades ago in Calgary, Alberta, Edo Japan is a true, Canadian-made franchise success story. Not only is it the perfect place for anyone on a time-crunch to get quick, high-quality food made with fresh ingredients, Edo is also known for their wide selection of yummy meal options. Obviously, this restaurant is delicious, and you’ll definitely find it difficult to resist trying Edo for yourself. Sit down to dine-in or take it home — the choice is yours!
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Edo is best known for their teriyaki chicken (grilled chicken with broccoli, carrots, cabbage, mushrooms, teriyaki sauce, white or brown rice) and sukiyaki beef (choice cuts of beef with broccoli, carrots, cabbage, mushrooms, teriyaki sauce, white or brown rice), but one of the best parts of this restaurant is the variety of choices. With specialty options such as the Noodlefull and Chop Chop bowls, hand-rolled sushi (made fresh daily!) or familiar favourites like edamame or gyoza — there’s something for everyone on Edo’s menu at both Ottawa locations. Yay!
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Now that we've piqued your interest in Edo’s delicious menu, you probably want to know where they're (very conveniently!) located. The College Square location is at 1377 Woodroffe Ave., Nepean, ON, whereas the Barrhaven restaurant is at 3181 Greenbank Rd., Nepean, ON. With two locations in the Ottawa area, trust us when we say it's worth the drive to indulge in Edo’s Japanese-inspired dishes!
We all know life can get busy, and sometimes you need to grab lunch or dinner in a pinch! You've got stuff to get done, so Edo’s got your back with their My Edo App. Order ahead and avoid having to wait in line by downloading the app right on your phone so you can customize and pay for your meal in advance, and it works for both dining in or picking up. There are even special offers and the chance to earn My Edo Rewards for your order, available exclusively on the app. How cool and convenient is that? It's the ultimate time-saver.
To celebrate their second Ottawa location, Edo Japan is featuring a special deal. Got your interest? Great! Mention Narcity when you visit either the College Square or Barrhaven locations before February 29, 2020, and you'll receive a free side (choose from a two-piece spring roll, three-piece gyoza, or four-piece California roll) with your order of $10 or more before tax! Ordering on My Edo App? Use voucher code “NARCITY” before checking out and paying for your order. (One free side per order, per person.)
"Free" is a word everyone loves to hear, and you'll love it even more when you realize Edo’s food really is top quality. Now, are you ready to get your Edo Japan fix? We are too. Let's call it a date? See you there!
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Edo Japan's official celebration of their two Nepean, Ontario, locations
Price: Prices range from $10+
When: Both locations are now open! Edo Japan’s Narcity deal is available until February 29, 2020.
Address: The College Square location is 1377 Woodroffe Ave., Nepean, Ontario, K2G 1V7, and the Barrhaven location is 3181 Greenbank Rd., Nepean, Ontario, K2J 4H9
Why you should go: Delight your taste buds with the most delicious Japanese-inspired fast-food available! Seriously — it’s a must-try.
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