ChoiChoi ちょいちょい

ChoiChoi
  • Address

    1-7-4, Higashi-Ikebukuro, Toshima-ku

  • Open

    16:00-24:00

  • Close

    Open everyday

  • Card

    VISA, MasterCard, American Express, JCB, Diners Club

  • Memo

    5 min walk from JR Ikebukuro station(East exit).
    Photos represent serving for 4.

Course

ChoiChoi A ¥2,500

Yakitori (5 kinds)
1 Yakitori (5 kinds)

Chicken thigh, neck, tail, gizzard and cartilage

Edamame(Green soybeans)
2 Edamame(Green soybeans)

Salad
3 Salad

Wasabi and soy sauce dressing / Steamed chicken / lettuce / Other

Deep-fried chicken with tartar sauce
4 Deep-fried chicken with tartar sauce

Rice and dried laver(Nori) cooked in soup stock
5 Rice and dried laver(Nori) cooked in soup stock

Mochi sprinkled with soy flour brown sugar syrup
6 Mochi sprinkled with soy flour brown sugar syrup

ChoiChoi B ¥3,000

Mizutaki (Chicken hot pot)
1 Mizutaki (Chicken hot pot)

Rice and egg for porridge
2 Rice and egg for porridge

Grilled chicken hearts
3 Grilled chicken hearts

Yakitori (3 kinds)
4 Yakitori (3 kinds)

Chicken thigh, tail and neck

Salad
5 Salad

Wasabi and soy sauce dressing / Steamed chicken / lettuce / Other

Edamame(Green soybeans)
6 Edamame(Green soybeans)

Deep-fried chicken with tartar sauce
7 Deep-fried chicken with tartar sauce

Mochi sprinkled with soy flour and brown sugar syrup
8 Mochi sprinkled with soy flour and brown sugar syrup

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