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Posted by Anonymous on 01/14/2009
The food's ok and I thought that's ok, because you get what you pay for BUT a charge (75 cents) for getting food "to go" especially when I'm picking it up?? Outrageous and totally not worth it.
Posted by digby on 11/13/2008
Yes it's enexpensive, but that doesn't mean it's a great deal. I have given this place a few chances and while I don't care about the service (the place has less to it than a Diner) my problem is the food is really bland and generic. Aside from the great carrot dressing everyone talks about, nothing is too good. To get a plate of Yakisoba is going to cost you at least ten bucks after tax and tip and it is no better than lo mein from any corner chinese spot. The fries are tasty but what shoe string fires aren't? The burger is a thin frozen patty cooked to death.
Posted by Saoirse on 08/27/2008
Ehh the service is pretty bad but the food is worth it. It's depressing there's no more dojo dip but the dip for the chicken fingers appetizer is really good. The tahini dressing is the best thing in this world.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/26/2008
I love the food at Dojo. Its healthy, cheap, and quick. However my favorite menu items are missing too on the new menu. Chicken Sukiyaki salad and Dojo dip sandwich? Please bring them back!
Posted by Anonymous on 07/25/2008
I used to go to Dojo all the time for the Dojo dip and the shrimp/vegetable tempura combo. Neither of those things are on the menu anymore! The house dip, come on.... It's good food and cheap, but those were two of the best things on the menu and the lack of consistency is no good.
Posted by s on 07/15/2008
i go here at least once a week after classes at nyu. there is something for everyone and the prices are really cheap. the service is...well...the service is pretty terrible sometimes, but if you can deal with that, this place is gold.
Posted by Ruben H., writer on 06/24/2008
This restuarant showed a wonderful atmosphere. Located on the corner of New York Universities schooling area. Students can enjoy a semi- tasty meal with a mindful thought of the vegetarian and organic usage. The food vibes with healthy nutrient, but this restaurant lacks service. I noticed the waitress only came to my table when serving my food and never thought to walk by every now and then and ask if everything was okay which should be a standard as employees do even in common spots like applebees and Friday's. I was disappointed in that aspect, but except for that notation, everything seemed to be up to par.