It must be 12,or 14 years ago that we first visited Sapporo. Back then it had some 40 covers, one Teppanyaki table, and was run by a Japanese lady called Dissie.
Compare that to today’s Sapporo, opened just one month ago, that can seat approaching 200, has a segregated Teppanyaki area called ‘Koyo’ seating about 24, and that is presided over by Woo, the chef-owner of Sapporo who comes from Hong Kong and is a serial restaurateur.
A fixed price buffet of some 50 items of Sushi and sashimi, with a Miso soup, plus a dozen, hot Asian dishes, freshly prepared to order, make up the lunch time offering for €15, and dinner at €18.50.
There is a separate €25 fixed price menu for the Teppanyaki show, or, an a la cart alternative. It is pointless me listing out what is available, but what we did have between us, was about a quarter of the cold buffet and 3 of the hot dishes of Salt & Pepper prawns, Chicken in Black Bean sauce and mixed Tempura.
Desserts of, their version of Tiramisu, a chocolate Gateau, slices of a melon like fruit, and ice cream.
We enjoyed our meal and will return to watch, and taste, the Teppanyaki show at some time in the future.
Sapporo is on Centro Commercial Costasol, local 23, which is just before the ‘Cambio de Centedo to Urbanisation Bell Air, approach from the east. phone 952928747.
Parking in the service road.
Open 7days a week for lunch and dinner. Unless you are going to a Teppanyaki show, reservations should not be necessary
Bishlin Guide marks out of 5:
As you serve yourself, the marks for service are given for the helpful advice given by our waitress, Wei.
Please mention to the restaurateur that the restaurant was recommended in "MarbellaFamilyFun.com" Newsletter. To see even more reviews on the best restaurants in Marbella, check out The Bishlin Guide.
DATE: November 2015