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Posted by Japanese food...good! on 08/27/2005
I saw how crowded this place was and just had to try it. I ordered the gyoza ramen noodle soup approx $10 to go and it was yummy! I'd definitely come here again.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/18/2005
I was recently introduced to this spot by a co-worker... GOOD food , GREAT prices. I've been a regular every since! The Soups are DELICIOUS.
Posted by NYU on 08/05/2005
Traditional Japanese Ramen at good prices. Gets Crowded in a hurry.
Posted by JHP on 06/29/2005
People, let me tell you. I've tried all the ramen in the city. And this is by far the best ramen. And when I say "ramen," I mean basic miso soup broth ramen. The noodles are just right-- not too al dente, not overcooked. This ramen reminds me of my mom's ramen. Food, service, value & atmosphere get the highest rating because sapporo, although it's not considered fine dining or have chandeliers suspended from the ceiling and fancy delicacies on its menu, it's fast, easy, good, and simple. Plus, you get sooo much ramen per bowl.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/14/2005
If you are looking for excellent Japanese food, and at the same time save some bucks, it is a place to go. But remember it is also a place to eat and go, 30 mins stay max.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/16/2005
The Ramen here is fantastic, as is the fried rice. However, I can't get over how good the Gyoza is. The only annoying thing is that the place is tiny and is always crowded. During the summer, the wait to eat there can be quite long. Phone takeout is always an option, though.
Posted by KWH on 12/28/2004
I visited New York City in August 2003 (arrived right before the big blackout!) for my 5th wedding anniversary. Our hotel was right next door to Sapporo, so we gave it a try. It has minimal atmosphere - there is no attempt to authentically decorate the space in the Japanese tradition. But who cares when the food is this excellent! We tried the miso soup bowls, and were so stuffed we couldn't finish. All this and beverages cost about $20. They don't take credit cards, so make sure you have cash on hand. I look forward to a return trip to the Big Apple - the first place I will eat is Sapporo!