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Posted by Anonymous on 04/21/2006
Dojo's has definitely become a staple for over the past few years. The food is decent and it's a nice place to sit and eat lunch or brunch. Whenever I take my friends here they love it, especially the value. You definitely won't find food this cheap anywhere else. I agree with other reviewers in that the service can be so-so. That being said, I still keep going.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/09/2006
Decent food, depending on what you order. Most people I know either love it (because of the value and selections of food they order) or hate it (because the service isn't great and some of the food is below par). I'd recommend it as a quick, cheap lunch. No complaints about the food - it's pretty standard for the city. Not the cleanest place. I usually wouldn't choose to go here, but I won't protest if someone else wants to go.
Posted by NYU grad student on 02/20/2006
Food is usually average or slightly above average. Service is almost always slow and unattentive. Prices are very very very good (cheapest place anywhere around NYU to sit-down-eat). You basically get what you pay for.
Posted by Lisa on 01/13/2006
There are problems with the waiters and mgmt. giving diffferent information about whether the veggies are fried with the meat, and the ingredients in some of the food. If you're a veggie or vegan, don't go.. However, if you want to take your chances, the food is good and the prices are low.
Posted by Mariel on 06/14/2005
Now this is not the best place around NYU to eat @, but it is a bargain. I haven't experimented much with the menu, but when I do, I am always satisfied. The service is quick and the food is good. Love their Chicken!
Posted by Mike on 04/25/2005
The menu had a decent selection, to say the least. The sandwiches and salads on offer are quite good, and often the helpings are more than plenty. The service was lacking a few times I had gone (no sooner did I put my fork down after the appetizer when the bowl was quickly wisked away and replaced with a dinner dish -- jeez! Slow down!). Catering to the NYU crowd, this is a great place to not spend a bundle in lower Manhattan. Don't expect high-quality food, but don't think this place serves absolute crud either.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/20/2005
Yeah, the service is poor, but how often do you get good service in new york? Come on, people. it's a DINER. You wouldn't order lobster newburg at joe jrs., would you? This is basically the same thing. Skip the calamari and tiramisu and order a veggie burger or a turkey burger with potatoes and extra carrot dressing--so good I get cravings for it. (the egg creams are good too.)