Japanese is undeniably the dominant theme at Edo Fusion, but the chefs have brought a cosmopolitan touch to the menu by blending in carefully thought out elements of Thai, Mexican and Mediterranean cuisine to create something altogether unique.
Edo's passion for food elevates everything they do from cooking to art. This passion seeps through into the decor and atmosphere too, down to the finest detail.
It's a spacious, modern place, decorated in subtle shades that carry a floral motif, and with ever-flowing walls of water that creates a soothing atmosphere beneath the gentle background music.
This combination of food, decor and atmosphere cater for all of the senses, making Edo an ideal destination if you're looking to centre yourself before returning to the hustle and bustle of a hectic daily life.
Steven from Ir
Posted on 03-07-2015
Every now and then we pop to Edo for a nice meal wth family or nice diner like the one yesterday for my fiances b'day. We came early so we had waiters full attention, he was caring and attentive just enough for a good waiter=) For starters we shared prawn tempura rolls and then we had green and yellow curry, it was flavorous dish (both of them) althought my green curry was 3peppers wich is max spiceiness but for me it needed another three peppers, still it was tasty curry. To top things up w e had 3flavours of brulle, its my favourite dessert here. To our meal we picked a bottle of bubbly and to my suprise it was quite nice prosseco.
If you are around it's great place to go
Posted on 18-11-2012
I live in Krakow and it's quite pleasing when finally a half decent Asian restaurant opens. There are two parts to Edo, a sushi part and a recently opened section next door to the sushi restaurant, which serves some very tasty curries and various Asia style dishes. MOst importantly you can get Asahi beer which is a rare treat in this part of the world!
It's not the cheapest place to eat out however, overall I would recommend it.