Sapporo's nice atmosphere and expansive floor space are offset by the significantly higher prices and smaller portions for their sushi and sashimi selections. This is based on comparison to many other Indy sushi restaurants. The sushi quality is very good and comparable to other sushi places. Sapporo's service has been mixed with the latest experience including too long a wait on the waitress even though there were not many other people. I would prefer to go where the sushi (which is already an expensive food) is not priced even higher to pay for expensive mall space.
Pros: nice koi pond, expansive layout, uncrowded
Cons: expensive sushi, mixed service quality