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Posted by OceanStar9 on 08/30/2011
I was devastated with Dojo's on St. Marks closed, but am relieved that I can still enjoy the addictive tahini dressing, vegetable yakemeshi, soy burgers, and other delicious food at the West Side location. Perfect for quick, ultra-casual, healthy, delicious, well-priced food. The staff is laid back, but attentive. Cocktails aren't the fanciest in town, but are definitely tasty. My family and friends have been Dojo's loyalists since they first opened maybe 20+ years ago. Love them!
Posted by Mary Lou Atkinson on 07/18/2011
Food is great, cheap and plentiful. Energy is high. Great soy burgers. Fan for many many years! Service does have its bad days but nothing that outshines the food.
Posted by anonymous on 03/09/2011
I seriously don't understand why no one has mentioned the awesome/cheap sangria they have here? Me and my friends will go out of our way to go to Dojo just for the sangria. It's delicious. Plus they put lychee nuts in it, which is unique and yummy.
Posted by anonymous on 01/31/2011
I went to Dojo on jan. 29 2011, and it was amazing. The atmosphere is plain, but relaxing. The food is great...well at least what I ordered. The prices are schockingly low too! The service was really good as well..so no complains here! I recommend the NYU!
Posted by Beth on 08/06/2010
My friend and I happened upon Dojo while visiting NYC from Detroit. We had walked down Broadway all morning, and were starving and exhausted by the time we got to the Village. Desperate to find a restaurant that did not serve fast food, we stumbled into Dojo. We were immediately impressed with the vast array of healthful and vegetarian options, as well as the incredibly low prices. We will definitely return on our next trip!
Posted by Anonymous on 08/01/2010
I love Dojos. Their Hajiki Tofu Dinner is the best thing that I have ever eaten. I'm surprised to see any negative reviews, as it is one of my favorite places to eat in the whole city.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/07/2010
For 8 dollars, plus tax and tips, the lamb curry stew dinner I had on my only visit here wasn't anywhere near fulfilling enough. The food was fairly decent and tasted halfway between Indian curry and Irish Stew. However, the bowl of curry is tiny and only half filled, and the lamb bits are small. They don't give you much rice either. For over 11 dollars total, this hardly qualifies as a cheap eat for college students. As a cash-strapped student myself, I am all too willing to sustain myself on 5 dollar footlongs at Subway on LaGuardia Place that at least fill my stomach.