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Posted by Cruiseship Fan on 04/27/2006
Good Ramen and Tonkatsu. A good, fast lunch stop for about $10, including tip. In this area of NYC, that's a bargain. Friend had her first bowl of Ramen here and loved it. But don't expect fancy surroundings, you go here for the food. Recommend.
Posted by Great Ramen on 03/30/2006
Great for a quick Japanese fix. They don't have sushi here, but their Ramen and Yakisoba are so good. Very crowded during lunchtime so try to go after the lunch rush.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/17/2006
Sapporo has very good ramen and appetizers (especially the gyoza) for excellent prices. The ramen portion sizes are substantial; some may find they can split a single bowl with someone else and still be sated. I personally love the atmosphere; I think their lack of interest in looking like every other Japanese restaurant is in itself stylish and appealing. Bring a friend and twenty dollars (cash, they don't take credit cards) and I guarantee you'll both leave stuffed and satisfied.
Posted by Ramen Lover on 01/24/2006
The ramen is good for those looking for a quick meal in the busy midtown area. Definitely not comparable to any ramen served in Japan, but the Japanese food selection is economic and decent when compared to other Japanese restaurants around the area.
Posted by Lunch Review on 01/23/2006
The noodle soup was pretty good, and the portion is large. However, it is a little bit over priced comparing to other options around the area. But If you want Japanese noodle soup, this place definitely beats the competition.
Posted by Noodle Head on 01/07/2006
If you dig Ramen, this is the place for you. Get the Special Ramen. I eat here at least 4 times a month. Great bang for the buck too. Service and atmosphere shouldn't even be judged because this is a spot to eat, not socialize.
Posted by missmimimao on 10/06/2005
The food is good, makes for a solid, reliable meal. I don't think it's the best ramen experience I've had, but do rate it as above average and intend to return often. Like other ramen places in US, I find the broth a bit heavy. Consistency of noodles and flavor is fine, all ingredients seem fresh. Haven't had it yet but the gyoza looked particularly fresh -- more so than at other ramen joints. Fast, friendly service -- I the atmosphere most at the bar where you can see all the cooking action.