Chinatown’s Sapporo Revolving Sushi has a runaway hit with its conveyor belt dining concept and its next two expansions are well on their way to summer debuts.
Master Kim’s Korean BBQ will keep Sapporo’s “special express delivery system,” but will apply the automated concept to an all-you-can-eat barbecue menu, sending the meats vegetables, and chef-cooked entrees to each table. Soju liquor is also being promised.
Now officially pushing for a June debut, the restaurant will take over space 100 at the Durango Arby Plaza in Spring Valley, close to the intersection of Durango Drive and Arby Avenue and become a neighbor to Ramen KoBo and Pier 215.
Sapporo is already creating a sequel to its Spring Mountain Road original, moving into the Centennial Gateway East retail center. Work is well underway on the 5,361-square-foot restaurant, sitting next door to Moo Woo Korean BBQ and facing the under construction Cafe Zupas. The Centennial Hills location is announced as “coming soon.”
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