Torimaru serves up freshly fried chicken karaage, either as a set teishoku meal to eat here, or as part of a bento box to go. The karaage is on the juicy side, and there are ten different optional sauces to liven it up, with a lot of spicy choices like pepper sauce, yuzu kosho, "Asian chili" and Mexican salsa. Teishoku meals with soup, rice, and one dipping sauce are Y990, while take-out bentos start at around Y600.
Note: This is known as the Queen's East branch, but it's located in Tokyu Square #1, formerly known as Queen's East.
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