Time Out says
The place to go for a break from seafood, Torito Bunten, a small no-frills diner run by poultry wholesaler Torito, serves everything from teriyaki chicken to chicken liver. It’s most famous for oyakodon (¥900) – a bowl of freshly steamed rice topped with tender chicken pieces and runny egg mixed with its signature umami-rich tare sauce. It comes in regular or shio (salt) flavour, with a side of miso soup.
If you’re a karaage fiend, enjoy a plate of golden fried chicken with a crunch that’s audible from across the room. The mizutaki is for those after a healthier chicken dish without sacrificing on flavour; the rich, milky-hued soup feature chicken pieces as well as minced chicken balls.
4-8-6 Tsukiji, Chuo-ku
|Transport:||Tsukijishijo Station (Oedo line), exit A1; Tsukiji Station (Hibiya line), exit 1|
|Opening hours:||7.30am-2pm, closed Sun & hols, some Weds|