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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!
Posted by Daniel on 11/01/2004
I first found this place by mistake and it has since become my favorite restaurant in town. First of, it's in the heart of Times Square, but still has very low prices, which rocks. More to spend on stuff! Secondly, the food is Amazing! I have tried alot there, I love the Goyza Rice and of course Miso Ramen Soup. You can get a very hearty, delicious, and filling meal for about 6 bucks. Truth be told, the atmosphere isnt the best. It is definitly not a "First Date" place. But great for a hearty bite when with friends or by yourself. Plus it has a sushi style bar to sit at, so you can dine by yourself without having an empty chair. Sapporo is the reason I can go to see tons of Broadway plays and eat for under 40 bucks! Go There!
Posted by Anonymous on 06/23/2004
Posted by SLT on 12/17/2003
I come here all the time when I am watching a movie in times square or if I'm just in the area. Ramen is delicious, as well as the curry katsu, and the Cha-han (japanese fried rice) is the best! You have to try it, it's different from regular chinese friend rice. It's cheap and good!
Posted by Payal on 11/21/2003
love it, want it more and more!