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Sapporo Teppanyaki celebrates 20th birthday

LIVERPOOL Teppanyaki restaurant Sapporo is marking 20 years of immersive Japanese cuisine with a western twist, dining and thrilling performances in the city.

Situated on Duke Street, the independently owned Sapporo restaurant first opened its doors back in 2003, and soon changed the landscape of Liverpool’s food scene by giving the city its first taste of teppanyaki culture.

Operations Manager Carl Pugh said: “We are more than just a restaurant. We are a place to a have fun with food and celebrate.

“Sapporo hasn’t tried to invent the wheel. We’re still here, making great food and providing people with amazing memories. Those who dined with us 20 years ago are coming back with their children and grandchildren – it’s wonderful to see.

“It was always our dream to give the city of Liverpool authentic teppanyaki cuisine, and we are proud that we were one of the first to do so.”

To help mark their milestone anniversary, the 40-strong Sapporo Teppanyaki team want to give something back to their loyal customers and the city of Liverpool. Part of this will include a 20-day countdown with giveaways across their media channels.

Followers will be able to follow the instructions on upcoming posts via Facebook and Instagram for a chance to win prizes including five chances to win free food for one year. Other competitions will also take place in the restaurant including a prize for every diner that joins between November 17th-24th. 

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