OEDO Japanese Restaurant & Bar
- Tue – Sun
- 11:30am-2:30pm, 5:30pm-late
- Business Dining
- Out Catering
- Private Dining Room
- Private Functions
- Romantic Dining
- Wedding Functions
- Payment Types: EFTPOS, Visa
- Price Range: Spendy, $25 - $35
- Dress Code: Smart casual
- Alcohol: Beer, Wine, Spirits, Cocktails
- Seating for: 80
- BYO/Corkage: No BYO
- Parking: Free Off-Street
- Good For Groups: Yes
- Good For Children: Yes
- Takeaways: Yes
- Takes Reservations: Yes
- Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
- Outdoor Seating: No
- Meals: Lunch, Dinner, Dessert
- Wi-Fi: None
Authentic Japanese delicacies in brand new, ambient surroundings. Come and indulge your senses, at OEDO Japanese Restaurant, where master chefs serve premium quality dishes, resplendent with good health and mouth-watering flavour.
Enjoy the relaxing sounds of the water feature, the glow of the fire brazier, with the tastes of Japanese favourites such as chicken teriyaki, sushi roll, tempura prawn, tuna and salmon sashimi, Or try the more adventurous options such as the ever-popular sukiyaki pot with beef strips for table-top cooking in a flavoursome pot of delicious ‘soup’.
Click the photos on this page to see how OEDO Restaurant is beautifully demonstrating the art of Japanese cuisine!
12 Reviews for OEDO Japanese Restaurant & Bar
The service could be an example to many other businesses in how to make a customer feel special and valued. The staff did this hands down, excellent service. And the food was everything, the flavours and tastes were all so distinctive, the freshness was superb, and the presentation was typically beautiful and artistic, which complimented the entire dining experience. And of course value for money.
I was totally impressed as was my partner. We are big foodies and have visited many Japanese eateries, and Oedo is by far one of the top Japanese restaurants we have eaten at. Soto would come reasonably close, but Oedo is definitely my top Japanese culinary experience. I also liked the fact that my casual appearance wasn’t an issue in entering what could easily be classed as a high end eatery.
Warm greeting but felt slightly over greeted, maybe its just me but the enthusiasm could be toned down a little in my opinion.
We had the soft shell crab sushi, tofu salad and the wagu beef.
The quality of the sushi and salad was expected and average. Wagu beef was very nice and medium rare like we asked, but this was also expected as it is top quality meat.
The decoration inside was very nice, loved the bar, and there’s a little japanese looking hut in the middle of the restaurant which was pretty cool.
Overall, great decoration and good service. Food was not much different from other japanese restaurants we’ve had though.
Me and my two girlfriends were thinking to go to the Thai restaurant nearby, and had changed our mind to visit Oedo.
They had changed the exterior and the interior look, we chose to sit by the window, with good lookout view. Not only that, they had changed all the staff and chef as well. Maybe now its new owner? I came here twice before they closed for the change.
No more pictures for their menu. The waitress is very friendly, she recommended their special and explained about the menu.
Three of us, we ordered two drinks each, and we ordered our favourite assorted sashimi, the fish is fresh! And we tried their scampi tempura, very sweet and juicy, different from normal prawn (A++). Another one is chicken Karagee with five kinds of different taste. Overall, excellent meal. We spent under 100 dollars. Everything is better than before. Would definitely take my family back for the next visit.
Lunch was their famous Oedo set lunch, it could not be faulted green salad,miso soup,mix tempura, sashimi & sushi,assort. tempura, rice,side dishes of dipping sauces & condiments.Great range of Sake tried 2 types Jumai Tatewaki (dry),Karantanba(very dry) Definitely we will be back.Very reasonable for Japanese and excellent food and service.Only weakness was in the dessert section not much choice.
Have no qualms in recommending this establishment to the most discerning diner.
We all decided on the Ji Bu Ni Set. There was a lot of food served in that set, and it is very reasonably priced for what you get. I didn’t finish my meal, and the others struggled too.
The quality of the food was great. Everything that was meant to be hot, arrived hot. The salads were crunchy and fresh. The flavour of the food was excellent. The noodles in the soup were not overcooked.
The staff were wonderful. Chef worked in full view of patrons preparing sashimi. They girls encouraged my daughter to speak to them in Japanese when they found out she was studying it at school. We were also shown their beautiful private dining room for large groups.
Overall, the meal was extremely good and very reasonably priced. The food presentation is very tidy and appetising. The staff were friendly and professional. The dining experience was very enjoyable.
Whilst there, we perused the dinner menu and it looks impressive. We will definitely return to Oedo in the future.
Went back to Oedo a few months after my original review because I liked the food, and we were in the area.
Unfortunately, it was like a completely different restaurant. The place looked the same, but the service and food quality was way below what we experienced the first time around.
The staff were not at all attentive, nor did they seem interested in any of the customers. They got our order wrong and then forgot the sushi that was meant to come with the meal. When we pointed it out to them, they challenged that the meal was meant to come with sushi. We showMoreed the the photo, and only then did they apologise. We ended up having to take the sushi home in a takeaway container because they took so long making it!
The food was below average and somewhat tasteless. I would have even questioned the freshness of some items. Miso soup was cold. None of us really enjoyed anything that we ate.
Shame this place dropped their standards because it could have made regular customers out of us.
We sorted through the menu and were pleased to see a couple of dishes that the other places we favour didn’t offer. From jellyfish to Harumaki roll – an unusual but delicious “spring roll” filled with prawns, bacon and cheese. Dishes arrive Japanese style, in no particular order, for all to share and are served on lovely Japanese pottery plates and bowls.
The only complaint I would make is that wine glasses & a couple of plates had finger marks on them which was very off putting. Overall though a very good meal and we left very happy to the usual Japanese shouted farewell.
Both the surroundings, the food, and the service make us want to go back there again as soon as we can get another baby-sitter!
One point for improvement, would be that I’m really glad I looked at the picture menus on this site before I went, because I needed those pictures to figure out what to order.
The place is brand-new with lots of aesthetically charming features including the purpley-blue tone of lighting. And, I LOVE that the whole staff, chefs included call out a friendly greeting to guests on arrival. How cool!