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Sapporo

14344 N. Scottsdale Rd. (Acoma St.) Send to Phone
480-607-1114 | Make Restaurant Reservations | Menu
Noisy, cavernous and ultra-hip. Skip the teppanyaki, which can be dull, and take a look at the regular menu, offering delicately fried tempura, black cod (glazed with miso) and spicy Hawaiian poki.
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Sapporo Restaurant Review

: Noisy, cavernous and ultra-hip---that's Sapporo, the popular Pan-Asian restaurant that has besotted Scottsdale's party crowd since its inception. Dressed in their finest duds, the young and restless arrive fashionably late to sip passion-mango martinis at the elliptical bar and check out romantic possibilities amid a dramatic backdrop of giant jellyfish aquariums and gleaming black columns of cascading water. Meanwhile, those with a different sort of appetite show up for sushi, teppanyaki and a provocative list of Asian specialties both traditional and trendy. Unless you're with a group in desperate need of entertainment, skip the teppanyaki, which can be overpriced and dull, but do take a look at the regular menu, which offers everything from delicately fried tempura to grilled black cod (glazed with miso) and spicy Hawaiian poki. Although the two-page sushi menu seems geared toward the novice, there are plenty of tasty selections for aficionados as well. Now put on something sexy and get out there.

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