第一站的高松美食！有英文menu, 當然要點名物骨付鳥！還有分adult chicken 和young children。避免過份有嚼勁還是點了後者，果然皮脆肉嫩，充滿肉汁，配以飯糰醮一下雞油，變了雞油飯，wow...回味無窮
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A little bit too salty for a middle-aged man like me but great baked chickens. Try both Oya-dori and Hina-dori if you can. Both goes well with lovely cold beer!
If you want to eat really delicious chicken with friendly staff and a good, fun atmosphere, I recommend this restaurant. It has hinadori and oyadori chicken (young chicken leg and adult chicken leg). Both are delicious. The rub they use must contain salt and garlic...More
A local delicacy, a place that specializes in baked chicken on the bone and nothing more. They serve young soft chicken (Hina) and the popular older hens that are tougher. I suggest the tougher one because of the flavor. Give it a try!
my host in Takamatsu recommended this to us but we think it was just soso. If you would like to try the chicken leg, I would recommend you to choose the "baby chicken leg" unless you really love to try another one with rough texture....More
The chicken is so tough that I couldn't actually eat it, (shoe leather comes to mind) it was swimming in oil and garlic, I tried to tell the waiter that it wasn't good and i couldn't eat it, he just came back with it cut...More
I visited this shop tonight and i saw there's many people queue up, after around 15 mins i get a seat and order one " baby" chicken leg and one "mummy" chicken leg. Different texture different taste, recommend to try both :)
The special one was old chicken indeed. The taste is stronger and the meat is firmer than the baby chicken. (And you can have baby chicken everywhere!) Don't forget to order the ginger rice. It was perfectly matched with the chickens!
The restaurant served chicken legs grilled in salt, pepper and garlic, which are really yummy, and no one should miss them. I tried Hinadori (young chicken) which was tender and good! A bit salty and oily but good to eat with steam rice and veggie....More
As the only non-natives dining and with a line out the door, this restaurant is not a tourist trap, though it felt like it. The tender chicken was tender and tasty; the "firm" was like biting rubberbands with greasy snapback. The best experience was listening...More