Hakata Mizutaki Toriden

Mizutaki is a one-pot dish of chicken and vegetables that are put in a soup made from chicken bones and then eaten while dipping it in ponzu sauce (citrus soy sauce). The order in which mizutaki is eaten is unique. First, put the soup stock and spring onions in the pot and taste it, though even the way you should taste it differs by the restaurant. Next, add the vegetables one by one. Note that each restaurant uses its own soup base and ingredients, as well as special ponzu for dipping. After you have eaten all the ingredients, you put rice in the pot to make rice porridge (a softer kind of risotto), and then finish the meal by eating the rice with the delicious soup base. While there are many restaurants in Fukuoka that serve mizutaki, Toritden is famous for its special golden ponzu and the speciality spices used in the soup that brings out the delicious taste of meat. 

Japan, 〒812-0027 Fukuoka-ken, Fukuoka-shi, Hakata-ku, Shimokawabatamachi, 10−5 博多麹屋番ビル 1F
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