A bunch of vendors' stalls jammed into one building makes for Hirome Market with a really fun atmosphere. There are over 60 stalls offering Kochi's specialty goods and homey, gourmet dishes. Another great point is that you can buy things to eat from different shops and bring it back to your table, where you can drink alongside everyone else. A great opportunity to ask locals about what you should see next!
You gotta try not only the "katsuo no tataki" (seared bonito), which is emblematic of Kochi, but also the moray eel! It's a rare treat, even in Japan. Despite looking tough enough to be in some kind of underwater gang, this fish is enjoyed for its elegant taste. You won't find this delicacy elsewhere, so why not give it a shot?