My fav is the nigirizushi which is sublime and I usually end up ordering a pair of each variety available despite perusing the menu to make a choice. The sashimi is fresh and the variety of sushi is pretty good. On some days, they'd do scallops (hotate) and seabass (suzuki) too. Although, I have to say, it'll be great if Edo could add squid (ika) or red clam (akagai) as part of their sashimi ensemble.
They do rice dishes too and their curry rice (kare raisu) is superb, especially the salmon katsu one. The staff at Edo (Tomo-san, Mike-san and Ken-san are the ones I tend to see behind the counter) are attentive and very friendly. The place may be busy at times but it is worth the wait as everything is freshly made when you place your order. If you like Edo's Facebook page, you can find out the dishes made especially for the day, which are available for lunch.
In my experience, when you have an eaterie that is regularly frequented by customers native to the country the cuisine is from, it must be good (I was there one evening and from the amount of nihon-go being spoken by the patrons, you wouldn't think that you were in Sheffield). And you won't be disappointed with the quality at Edo!
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