Valentine’s Day at Sapporo

We’re celebrating Valentine’s once again at Sapporo Teppanyaki. This year, we’re excited to deliver two delectable menus, available from February 14th until February 17th, so you can still celebrate the festival of love, even if you’re busy on the day itself.

Let’s take a look at our delightful Valentine’s menus for 2019…

Suki Menu

Introduction

The Suki menu begins with our miso chicken soup, containing shredded chicken and oriental vegetables. We also offer a vegetarian option, so contact us if you have any dietary requirements that we will need to factor into our service.

Starters

For your starter, we have a luxurious range of options. Our duck spring rolls are the perfect blend of crunchy pastry and flavourful fillings, or you could choose our slow-roasted, barbeque spare ribs, coated in our secret sauce for an element of tasty mystery. If you’re a seafood fan, we have crispy calamari, served with a wasabi-mayonnaise blend; meanwhile, vegetarians can enjoy our vegetable gyozas, steamed and pan-fried.

deep fried spring rolls , popia

Mains

For your mains, we have a selection of two types of teriyaki: salmon or chicken. Alternatively, if you’ve had your fill of teriyaki, we have a choice of sirloin steak or seabass for the meat enthusiasts. We’ve got the vegetarians covered with our delicious tofu steaks or kimono rolls.

All of our mains are served with rice, an assortment of vegetables and our Sapporo-style potatoes.

Desserts

Love is sweet, and we have no fewer than three dsesserts available on the Suki menu: a chocolate spring roll with vanilla ice cream, some strawberry cheesecake, or a homemade ice cream selection. We understand if you want to try all of them; perhaps you could coordinate with your partner which deserts you would most like to try and swap spoonfuls with each other.

Strawberry Cheesecake on a rustic white wooden table

Final Thoughts

The Suki menu has everything you need at a welcoming price of £35 per person. However, if you’re looking for a menu with even more variety and style, we recommend that you pay an extra £7 per person to eat from the grandiose Rozu menu.

 

Rozu Menu

Introduction

While the Suki menu offers you a humble miso soup to awaken your stomach, the Rozu menu goes a step further with a mouth-watering nigiri selection, which is the perfect introduction to a refined Valentine’s meal.

Starters

The higher cost of the Rozu menu allows us to use more expensive luxury ingredients in our dishes, which is why you can find a tuna carpaccio with yuzu truffle dressing on this menu’s starters. As well as some of the dishes available from the Suki menu, the Rozu menu offers beautifully fresh oysters with red wine shallots or ponzu chilli sauce.

Eating sushi at restaurant. Chopstick taking one nigiri sushi with shrimp on black background, japanese cuisine, copy space

Mains

As with the Suki Menu, all mains are served with rice, an assortment of vegetables and our Sapporo-style potatoes.

In place of the sirloin steak offered on the Suki menu, we have a heavenly tuna steak with a lemon and garlic butter sauce that will be love at first bite. Our two teriyakis, mint and miso, are served with a rack of lamb and duck breast respectively, and vegetarians have the option of tofu steak or Nasu miso.

Fryin pan on a stove frying tuna/Bratpfanne auf einem Herd brät Thunfisch

Desserts

Our desserts for the Rozu menu match the Suki menu, with a couple of changes: the strawberry cheesecake gets some extra ice cream, and we’ve added a fresh and fruity coconut tapioca with mixed berries.

Final Thoughts

We think that the Rozu menu is well worth the cost – full of tasty treats that will leave you and your loved one smiling for hours after you’ve finished your meals. We’re confident that after trying our Rozu menu, we’ll see you return to Sapporo for more tasty Japanese cuisine at either our Japanese Restaurant in Liverpool or our Japanese restaurant in Manchester.