Ramen house, gyoza party, yakisoba spot. At Sapporo you can have it all.
As with many of the Little Tokyo favourites, the star dishes here are inexpensive but generous noodle soups, laden with fatty slices of pork, crunchy bamboo and bitter greens.
Equally as good, the Katsu Don, Yakiniku Don and Yakisoba. Gyoza are lighter and fresher than found in the surrounding restaurants. Main dishes are priced between €11 and €13.
And the ‘formule’ selection is ridiculous value. €13-€15 for a regular/hulk-sized Ramen (of your choosing), half a Katsu Curry and a Miso Soup. Sounds small, tastes big.
It’s not the kind of place to hang around and have longwinded philosophical conversations over a bottle of wine. It’s quick turnover food, coveted real estate during lunch and dinner times. But Harry’s NY Bar isn’t far away for a drink.
Impress fellow hipsters: ask for a place at the bar and watch the chefs assemble your dinner, and bowls of Ramen in the hundreds.
Sapporo, 37 Rue Saint Anne, 75001
T. +33 (0)1 42 60 60 98
Open Everyday, 12pm – 3pm, 7pm – Midnight