Sapporo Bone meat shop
Check out Sapporo Bone for lots of meat. What I like about this place is that there is local Hokkaido meats on the menu, which is a little bit pricier than usual, but at least it's not the cheap American crap that you find in a lot of meat restaurants. Beware, if it's cheap, then most likely it's American meat and best avoided. Unless, you don't care about your health. Watch out for that Brazilian stuff too!
This place is not amazing, but it's better than average. I wouldn't say that it is a proper steak restaurant. In fact, you'll struggle to find a western style steak restaurant in Sapporo. You know it is not a proper steak restaurant because the waiter doesn't ask you how you liked your steak cooked. You'll get it bloody, if you like it or not.
In Japan, if you go to a steak restaurant, called Teppanyaki, a chef will cook your meat, most likely Wagyu (the fatty marble kind) in front of you. Don't expect sirloin or rump cuts. The Japanese eat a different cut, but I can't say what kind. It's good, but after a few bites it starts to become sickly due to all the fat. The first bite is so tender and juicy though.
Sapporo Bone is conveniently located on the ground floor of Takunikoji (the shopping arcade in Odori) block 5, right on the corner. A typical meal for two including drinks will set you back about 7,000 yen.
Address: Sapporo, Tanukikoji South 2, West 5, ground floor.
5 minutes walk from Susukino or Odori Subway station.