Popular Canadian-owned and operated restaurant Edo Japan opens new location in North Vancouver

The new street-front location makes access to Japanese-inspired snacks and meals easier than ever

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      (This article is sponsored by Edo Japan)

      We have big news for lovers of superb Japanese-inspired food.

      Edo Japan has opened a new street-front restaurant at Park & Tilford (#110, 333 Brooksbank Avenue), the first in North Vancouver.

      With this new Edo Japan location, it just became easier for those in North Vancouver to pick up delicious, Japanese-inspired meals and snacks, made fresh and fast with high-quality ingredients.

      There’s also plenty of parking for those on the go, making your visit quick and easy. We’re sure the mouthwatering offerings like noodle bowls, bento boxes, bubble tea and more will have you coming back time and time again.

      If you’re not sure what to choose, the Teriyaki Chicken and Sukiyaki Beef meals are Edo’s top two best-sellers. Made with grilled Canadian chicken and beef, each dish is served on a bed of steamed white rice, with freshly grilled broccoli, carrots, cabbage, and mushrooms—all topped off with Edo Japan’s signature teriyaki sauce, which is loved by millions. For those who like a side (or two) with their meal, upgrade to a bento box, which comes with two sides and 8 options to choose from!

      These delicious meals are prepared teppanyaki-style, hot off the teppan grill, but we can’t neglect to mention the unforgettable Edo Japan snacks. Why not order up some California rolls, veggie spring rolls, yam tempura or edamame tossed in sea salt or sesame chili as a side? For those who prefer a more substantial snack, there’s also gyoza, which includes beef and pork inside a soft pastry shell along with dipping sauce.

      No Japanese-inspired menu would be complete without sushi, and Edo Japan is no exception. Hand-rolled in-house daily, Edo has nine sushi rolls to choose from (four, eight or 12 pieces each), including favourites like California and Dynamite rolls. Other menu options include soups, shareables, and kids meals. With such a broad selection of options, Edo’s menu has something for everyone—vegetarian and meat-eater alike. Plus, Edo’s friendly and approachable staff are eager to help customize your meal for you.

      As a Canadian-owned and operated business, Edo also actively supports local communities. Each year they support local food banks across Canada and donated more than $153,000 last year alone.

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