EDOYA JAPANESE RESTAURANT
Melbourne, Victoria

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Found away from the bustle of Melbourne's Chinatown district, Japanese restaurant and sushi bar Edoya is a casual and comfortable eatery you'll feel right at home in. Serving a traditional selection of sushi, sashimi, tempura, and noodles, guests here can get all their tried and tested favourites without the price tag.
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General info

Address:

138 Russell Street
Melbourne CBD VIC 3000

Suburb:

Melbourne CBD

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Cuisine:

Asian, Japanese

Price Range:

$$$$ ~ $$$$

License:

Fully Licensed (no BYO)

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Established in 2000, Edoya Japanese Restaurant is the inspiration of chef and sushi connoisseur David Mok. Originally from Hong Kong, Mok trained in Japan and worked as a sushi chef for 12 years before migrating to Melbourne in 1984. A year later he opened his first restaurant, Maiko in Camberwell, however the need to expand meant a move to the city; good news for us city dwellers in need of a sushi break. Residing just back from busy Bourke Street, Edoya is a welcome break from the city's hustle and flow. The understated dining room has a Japanese feel on a weekday lunchtime when customers knock elbows and you can happily pretend you're in Tokyo.

At lunchtime choose from the many set menu options, all of which come with complimentary miso soup, which might include the undaon set of braised chicken and egg with sukiyaki sauce on rice served with vegetables, a mini spring roll and fruit. For dinner, choose from the chef's recommendations starting with the awabi sakamushi (steamed abalone with spinach and sake flavour), followed by chirashi sushi (a special sushi arrangement made with a variety of fresh fish, vegetables and vinegared rice). Finish with blackened sesame ice-cream. Edoya is fully licensed or BYO.
Veda Wickens

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