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Posted by Anonymous on 04/03/2008
Dojo has really good food on a hit day- but there are miss days as well. Its cheap, healthy, and tasty food most of the time- its uncomfortable how close everyone has to sit next to eachother- and sometimes they ask you to share tables. Cash only- and that stinks.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/02/2008
I have never had a bad meal at Dojo, so I was shocked when the St. Marks location closed down. I'm so glad that this one is still alive and kickin'. I love their huge variety. A favorite meal is their curry noodle soup. I also really like the special sauce they make for falafels and burgers. And their omelets- I can't forget their omelets. It's all healthy and delicious at the same time.
Posted by Anonymous on 01/24/2008
Food: Food is great. Tasty and lots of healthy options. Excellent asian' american fusion. Serivce: Poor (every time). Be prepared to wait for everything and more. Value: Food is cheap and tastes great. Atmosphere: Tables are close together. Lots of windows is nice though.
Posted by Lois on 01/11/2008
Dojo's is always my top choice when I'm in the neighborhood. I can't believe the low prices, and the service is friendly and quite fast. Good choices on the menu, plenty for vegetarians and non-veg's alike. Tasty and filling. Nice big windows for people-watching, too.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/11/2007
This is not Gourmet food by any account, but Dojo delivers great value for money. Plus, the salad dressing is absolutely delicious. Great for lunch, as they're pretty fast too.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/23/2007
Yummy food at a great price... will definately go back again!!
Posted by Mr. Chips on 08/13/2007
I patronized the original St. Marks' Dojo's weekly throughout the 1980s and always savored the soyburger dinner. The West 4th St. location is a new one near the old Bottom Line. Although nostalgia and years have likely dampened the taste buds, to the best of my memory, the dinner fare here is much the same as 20 years ago on St. Marks. I was lucky to eat at the West 4th St location at least 3 times over the course of a summer 2007 NYC visit. The ambience was not remarkably different from the St. Marks unit, and the soyburger dinner, with its luscious carrot-tahini sauce, likely remains the tastiest, cheapest, healthiest dinner in Manhattan.