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  • Japanese, Noodle Shops
  • 152 W 49th St, New York NY10019 40.760387 -73.982883
  • (Btwn 6th & 7th Ave)
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  • (212) 869-8972
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User Ratings (Based on 61 reviews)

3.685
Food 4.1 Value 4.2
Service 3.4 Atmosphere 2.9

Other Restaurant Info

Phone:
work
(212) 869-8972
Website:
www.sapporo-nyc.com
Notes:
Cash Only
Hours:
Sun-Thu: 11am-11pm Fri-Sat: 11am-1am
Serves:
Lunch, Dinner
Features:
Cheap Eats, Open Late, Wheelchair Friendly, Take Out

User Reviews

  • Sapporo

    Posted by Lisa on 09/12/2014

    Mediocre at best

    I had the vegetable gyoza and the vegetable ramen. The noodles had that out of the box taste; and the broth was horribly over-salted without any other delicious ramen flavors... I would not come back here.

  • Sapporo

    Posted by marzi on 04/09/2013

    Not the same as before

    The miso soup was like tasteless water and the gyoza were hard and lacking ginger and scallions, etc. Sauce had no real roasted sesame oil. Best to go elsewhere now. The owner should consider bringing back a real trained chef to supervise at least and taste things.

  • Sapporo

    Posted by ray b. on 03/17/2013

    great service! good food!

    We had wonderful service. Miso ramen was awesome curry ramen ok but not as good as the miso. The curry was overpowering

  • Sapporo

    Posted by Todd on 09/24/2012

    more tips?

    This was my first time in Sapporo. The food was OK, although the noodle soup wasn't deep enough compared to other Japanese ramen places. After I paid for the food including >15% tips on the food price, they told us it was not enough. Living in the US for >4 years, visiting NYC a few times a month, I was never asked for "more" tips. How come they can decide how much tips customers pay? I'll never visit here.

  • Sapporo

    Posted by RJNYC on 09/06/2012

    Gone Down

    Been going to Sapporo for many years. It has really gone down in terms of service, food, and vibe. No more chicken teriyaki on the menu....ok....different soups.....ok....poor service.....not ok. I asked for no rice with my meal and some extra cabbage slaw which they give for free. I was told no substitutions. Ridiculous. The waiter was uncaring and arrogant. After twenty years.. no more Sapporo for me. There are better places with good food and good price. I am sad to say... avoid this place.

  • Sapporo

    Posted by Michael Mao on 09/05/2012

    Sapporo 49th has changed

    I used to go there for a taste of Japan. I went just now (about 2pm NYC workday) The crowd has thinned out, and the service by sweet young ladies is a pleasant change. However, I could not recognize the food. I ordered the usual Miso Ramen. It came lukewarm and so full of garlic that I left most of the broth behind. I would take any rudeness (Sapporo is not your genteel area of Japan; It's rough and tumble) to get the food one used to get here. There was a guy who used to call out all the orders to the cooks. He is gone. It is fine to use cooks to cook Japanese food who are not Japanese, but someone there has to taste it occasionally to make sure it tastes Japanese. I have had Japanese food all my life in NYC and over 30 trips of varying lengths to Japan. This is not worth your money, and if you find the soup cold you should return it and ask for piping hot. There is another noodle shop in this area which is holding on. So I'll go there instead.

  • Sapporo

    Posted by Andrew on 08/24/2012

    Poor service

    Food was decent. Waiter told us after the meal that it was a mandatory 18% tip (we had already tipped 16% for our party of 3 and they wanted us to make up the difference). Sounds ridiculous to me and certainly wasn't mentioned on menu. What kind of restaurant does this?

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