Updated: February 25, 2019
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Torikado For Some High-End Yakitori in Meguro, Tokyo

Meguro

Torikado is an elegant and intimate restaurant hidden away in the streets of Meguro. The restaurant has beautiful counter seats where you can watch the Chefs grill the chicken with precision. It is not your typical yakitori restaurant as it brings yakitori cuisine to a whole other level.

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Torikado (鳥かど)

Torikado is a few minutes walk from Meguro Station's West entrance. The restaurant is open from dinner only and opens at 6 PM until midnight.

You will find this beautiful and modern restaurant in a small street around Meguro Station and you will have to walk to the basement and open a slightly hidden door.
The interior is stylish and elegant with mostly counter seats. If you're only two, this is the best place to sit, as you also get to enjoy watching the chefs preparing the dishes. There are also table seats for groups.
As you sit down, you can ask the chef for the 'omakase course', which means you leave it up to the chef to create the menu. You can tell him beforehand if there are ingredients you don't like, but if you don't like innards, you might be better off ordering a la carte.

Menu

Expect to pay around ¥8,000 per person for dinner here.
The 'omakase' lets you try a variety of dishes, which are all perfectly and meticulously prepared.
There are some pretty outstanding dishes too, like the one pictured above.
The last dish served is this 'oyakodon', which literally translates to child and parent because it is chicken cooked with eggs. This typically home-made dish is perfect here.

Finally...

Come try this exquisite yakitori cuisine at Torikado. Bon appétit!
Lili Wanderlust
I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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