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Edamamé is a quirky Japanese restaurant up Holywell Street. It's very small, and you will often find yourself sharing tablespace with other visitors. However, it's got a friendly, relaxed atmosphere, even amongst the people queueing outside the door.
They have three menus - a lunch menu, a sushi menu and an evening menu, which are served at different times and contain different items. The different menus are explained on their website. It's worth noting that Edamamé is frequently closed around public holidays. This has caught me out twice now, make sure you check the website and possibly phone before you plan an evening out.
I've only been to Edamame for the sushi evenings, and the food is gorgeous. There's a good variety in sushi, side dishes and drinks, and salmon and tuna sashimi. It's reasonably priced, as sushi goes, but you might want a sandwich to fill space before you go.
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