Toritama Hong Kong is a casual and relaxed Japanese yakitori restaurant that specialises in chicken. Located on Glenealy in Central, just a short walk from Pedder Street through Lan Kwai Fong, this stylish spot serves up expertly grilled chicken cuts on skewers that are packed full of flavour. Serving 30 cuts of chicken alongside plenty more Japanese classics, Toritama is fast-becoming a local favourite for very good reason. Whether you opt for the omakase chef’s selection or the tama and tori courses, you’ll be in Japanese culinary heaven at this Central Hong Kong restaurant, that’s for sure. Perfect for catching up with friends or for a romantic date night, reservations at Toritama are highly recommended.
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quality yakitori for what you get here. best to book ahead of time.
Overall it was a great place to celebrate my husbands birthday!
Serving 30 different parts of the chicken, Toritama Hong Kong is one of the most interesting and exciting Japanese restaurants in Central. Perfect for poultry lovers, you’ll find that all parts of the animal are used here. Meaning, you can expect to find everything from the inner thigh, white meat cooked with wasabi and the achilles tendon, through to the root of the tail, esophagus and liver. A wide array of dishes at Toritama come served on skewers, but you’ll also find rice bowls called oshokuji, yasai, vegetable and ippin sides that are all just as delicious as the mouth-watering Toritama yakitori chicken.
Located on Glenealy in Central, Toritama is perfect for dining with friends, colleagues or that special someone. We love ordering up a range of dishes to share and we recommend you keep an eye out for the likes of soft tofu with katsuo and ginger, shiitake mushrooms, wheat mochi and pork belly – this to go alongside the delicious and succulent cuts of chicken, of course. One of our favourite Japanese restaurants in Hong Kong, we’re quite sure you’ll love Toritama as much as we do. Popular among locals for good reason, reservations are essential to avoid disappointment.