Sapporo Teppanyaki Manchester Restaurant Review

Sapporo Teppanyaki Manchester Restaurant Review: May 2019

With over 15 years’ experience serving Japanese cuisine in the UK, Sapporo Teppanyaki Manchester which opened in 2005 and is situated just around the corner from the Museum of Science and Industry is a city centre hot spot that is worth a visit.

Along with the warm welcome and service from both Callum and Saeed, the Japanese themed surroundings set the tone and ambience for a fab evening of entertainment and dining.

Pre-nibbles included the yummy lotus root crisps with wasabi mayonnaise, all washed down with a mocktail and Sapporo beer.

As our Master chef prepared, we enjoyed starters of chicken gyoza and vegetable spring roll, vegetable tempura and vegetable hoso.

Excited to begin our high energy interactive experience, where your food is cooked right there in front of you, with enthusiasm, expertise and great skill.

Feel the flames and finesse from the master chef, as you watch a legend create your culinary cuisine.  Chefs here clearly have the ultimate confidence to perform in a pressured environment yet deliver on both skill and entertainment levels.

Ooo and you get to join in too, get ready to catch a potato slice or two, as they will be coming your way. I aced it, first time boom!

Along with potato slices you also enjoy, egg fried rice, stir fry, chicken and the tasty tofu steak.  All food delightful and delicious.

The drinks menu is extensive with a range of beers, Sake, wine, cocktails and some fab non-alcoholic cocktails too.

Chocolate, cheesecake and more chocolate for dessert,,,yes please! The chocolate spring rolls hit the spot and perfectly paired with the flowering tea.

Enjoy pre or post dinner drinks in the relaxed bar area, lit with subdued lighting, decorated with traditional Japanese designed Asian panel Shoji screens and a wooden spinning wheel from the Kyoto region circa 1890.

Great service, excellent entertainment from our Master chef and fabulous food and drinks, Sapporo Teppanyaki not just a dinner out, but an interactive and immersive experience.

Thank you for reading 😊

Melanie xx

Contact:

https://www.sapporo.co.uk/japanese-restaurant-manchester/

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Escape Hunt Manchester Dr Who Vs Alice: Worlds Collide and Alice in Puzzleland – Review

Escape Hunt Manchester Dr Who Vs Alice: Worlds Collide and Alice in Puzzleland – Review: May 2019

Get your game on at Escape Hunt Manchester city centre and prepare to become amazing Alice and help Dr Who.

Take on the challenge, step into the future and enter the offices of ChronosCorp HQ.  The location of Eccentric billionaire Alastair Montague’s commercial time travelling experiments which have caused a huge tear is both space and time.

Warning, warning earth beings, a tear in space and time has been detected and an army of Cybermen now plan to break through.

As the Doctor’s loyal friends, we put together our investigative minds to collect Montagues time related artefacts in the mass of the remaining prototype time engine.

Escape Hunt Dr Who Worlds Collide Vs Alice in Puzzleland Review 1_edited1The fate of the universe was in our hands, we powered up and the result was Cybermen deleted, but question is can you?

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The Stoller Hall Manchester: Wind in the Willows & Lucy Rose – Review

The Stoller Hall Manchester: Wind in the Willows & Lucy Rose – Review: June 2019

The Stoller Hall concert venue based in Chetham’s School of Music, is right in the heart of Manchester city centre.

David Threlfall, star of Shameless and direct from the Royal Shakespeare Company’s Don Quixote, performed the central role of Mr Badger in this wonderful Wind in the Willows adaptation by Neil brand with Stephen Threlfall as the conductor.

Neil Brand’s marvellous musical adaptation of Kenneth Grahame’s children’s classic, The Wind in the Willows which was originally created as a radio drama by BBC Radio 4, follows the exciting and entertaining tales of Badger, Mole, Rat, Toad and friends.

Classic, charming and a sheer delightfully funny and fantastic delivery, of characterful river tales, trials and tribulations.  Plenty of gasps and giggles given even more oomph with live music, talented singers and scripts acted out with love.

An intriguing, interesting and immersive production.

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Escape Reality Manchester Tortuga Pirates & The Asylum Escape Rooms – Review

Escape Reality Manchester Tortuga Pirates & The Asylum Escape Rooms – Review: May 2019

Manchester Printworks, the location of Escape Reality, a super duper live, exciting and immersive Escape room adventure.  Or fabulous and friendly female games master was an absolute legend throughout both games.

Pirates be ready to play the Tortuga Pirates game.  Ahoy matey, it was all hands-on deck at Port Royal 1718, as there was munity aboard the Mariposa ship.

My scally crew decided to lock myself Captain Williams and some of my loyal crew members in the ships prison, but this can’t stop us getting over to Tortuga island to find Derdrake’s buried treasure.

Derdrake’s treasure is needed to destroy a curse, that will transform us into a spectre, but we only have until full moon before the curse transforms us for all eternity.

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A Date Night stay in Manchester with Buyagift – Review

A Date Night stay in Manchester with Buyagift – Review: May 2019

Date night inspiration required, well look no further, as Buyagift have everything you need to super spoil your loved one and make their date night extra special.

We opted for the Buyagift package which included a one night stay with breakfast at the 5-star iconic Radisson Blu Edwardian Manchester.

The Radisson is located in the home of Manchester’s historic Free Trade Hall and is the original home to the Hallé Orchestra, which is steeped in history and old school decadence and charm.

Make your way through the airy, impressive and exquisite lobby, which hosts a mix of eclectic contemporary décor including these super stunning lighting features.

The bedroom was a chic and contemporary space with a super double bed, both cosy and snug, providing a plentiful space to get lot’s of the Zzz’s in before a busy day the following morning.

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A Fabulous Foodie Stay with Store Street Exchange at the DoubleTree by Hilton® Hotel Manchester Piccadilly– Review 

A Fabulous Foodie Stay with Store Street Exchange at the DoubleTree by Hilton® Hotel Manchester Piccadilly– Review

The DoubleTree by Hilton® Hotel Manchester Piccadilly, located in Manchester city centre, is ideal for both business and leisure.

Go from train to room in record time, as the hotel is just a few minute’s walk from Manchester Piccadilly train station.

An exciting, electric and eclectic part of the city where you can even watch Manchester’s iconic yellow trams pass by.

Synonymous with the welcome on arrival, the room was just as warm and wonderful.  A cosy home away from home, with a super snug Sweet Dreams® bed, flat screen TV, Complimentary wifi, mineral water and sky sports channels.

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Save the World with Breakout Town Hall Manchester: Virus & Sabotage Escape Rooms – Review

Save the World with Breakout Town Hall Manchester: Virus & Sabotage Escape Rooms – Review: May 2019

Exciting Escape Escapades await at Breakout Manchester with two escape rooms Virus and Sabotage.  It’s literally a matter of life or death, so make sure that your squad are prepared to brave their way to victory.

Jess and Jess our games masters for both games, two bubbly lovely ladies which made the Escape game experience even more extra!

News reports announced, that a dangerous virus is sweeping world, so it was time for my team to enter the quarantine zone, find a cure for the zombie infection and then make our escape so we could go on and save the world.  With only 60 minutes and the dead not staying buried, save mankind or become Zombified forever!

After saving the world from a Zombie apocalypse, we prepared to play Sabotage.  As new recruits, our target was the Soviet State of Konvetski, a rogue state that operates outside of International guidelines.

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