EDO IZAKAYA, embodying the spirit of the traditional Japanese izakaya and the communal joy of tapas-style dining, specialises in authentic Japanese cuisine. Their homage to tradition is a blend of authentic techniques and modern interpretations, bringing you the essence of Japan’s culinary treasures, served with a contemporary twist.
The menu at EDO IZAKAYA is carefully curated into six sections, encouraging guests to share and savour the diverse flavours of Japan. Delight in the freshness of Sashimi & Nigiri, the bite-sized wonders of Small Plates reminiscent of tapas, the creativity of Signature Rolls, the pillowy goodness of Bao Buns, the vibrant options of Rolls and Tacos, and the hearty Izakaya Large plates.
The izakaya-style dining experience goes beyond satiating hunger—it’s a journey through the vibrant tastes and textures of Japan, blended with the communal joy of shared dining. As you dine, the bar entices you with an array of sake and sake-based cocktails, elevating your meal with each sip. Immerse yourself in the rich flavours of Sake Mojito, a blend of Sawanotsuru sake, jasmine syrup, lime juice, and fresh mint leaves. Or savour the unique harmony of Ume Ocha, where Umeshu plum sake meets pineapple juice, peach liqueur, and Sakura tea foam. If you seek a refined cocktail, indulge in the Umetini, a fusion of Roku gin, Umeshu plum sake, and a dash of orange bitters.
At EDO IZAKAYA, they take pride in their independence and the meticulous creation of each menu item. Every dish is a labour of love, rooted in Japanese principles of hospitality—friendly service, flavours that burst with freshness, natural cooking techniques, and food meant to be enjoyed with all five senses. Come and let the essence of Japan and the communal joy of shared dining enchant your taste buds in an unforgettable culinary experience.

Q&A

3 things to try when you’re there

  • Chicken Karaage Bao Bun – homemade kimchi, pickled daikon & sweet spicy glaze
  • Beef Fillet Tataki – black pepper soy, garlic chips, truffle aioli & spring onion
  • Butterfish Tataki – yuzu wasabi salsa, daikon, carrot, ponzu & olive oil

You might not know but..

The venue has an open kitchen so customers can see the chefs preparing their food including sushi rolls.