Toriten is one of Oita’s staple local foods and can be found throughout Oita, at reasonable prices. While toriten itself is battered chicken that has then been fried, in Oita it is normally eaten with kabosu ponzu (a citrus dipping sauce) and mustard. Although it can appear in several ways, even as a side dish in another meal, one of the most common forms you will see it presented in is as part of a teishoku (meal set). Toriten Teishoku will vary slightly between restaurants but will include toriten, a bowl of rice, a bowl of soup (normally miso), and pickles.
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