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The newest Japanese-inspired restaurant in downtown Kingston combines high-quality fresh ingredients and its famous teriyaki sauce for a meal experience you have to taste to believe!
Edo Japan, now open at 412 Princess Street, uses the same teppanyaki-style cooking method that has been the brand’s signature since the first location opened in Calgary in 1979.
Their best-selling dishes, like Teriyaki Chicken and Sukiyaki Beef, are made with Canadian chicken and beef, and grilled to perfection with broccoli, carrots, cabbage and mushrooms. Other made-to-order options include rice and noodle bowls, sushi, bubble tea and a variety of soups. Whether you eat in or take out, you simply have to try it all.
Not your usual fast-food option, Edo Japan has a terrific selection for a quick and easy, but still healthy, meal. Order through the Edo Japan website, and pick up your meal on the way home, or get their fresh and tasty options delivered right to your doorstep. And, their in-demand teriyaki sauce is available by the bottle, to help you spice up your cooking at home!
Across Canada, Edo Japan has been supporting local food banks through its annual holiday giving campaign since 2014. This year, every Edo Japan location will donate $0.50 from the sale of each bento box it sells during the holiday season to local food banks, with donations from Edo Japan’s Kingston restaurant going directly to the Partners in Mission Foodbank.
See the full menu of fresh, made-to-order meals on the Edo Japan website.
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