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Posted by Shane on 04/02/2005
I've used to come here all the time with a friend of mine, since we're both broke. Recently we had the liberating experience of admitting to each other that we both dislike it. Food is sometimes passable, often not. Cheap ingredients, poor service, utter lack of atmosphere, and loud NYU students. But it's cheap!
Posted by Anonymous on 03/24/2005
If you want to save money, this is the place. Unfortunately, the food is pretty much bad. Popular with NYU students and those who are trying to live as cheaply as possible and are tired of taco bell and falafel.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/03/2005
If your looking for cheap good food this is the place... If your looking for cleanliness and atmosphere it most definately is not! =) Lucky for me I enjoy a healthy balance of both! Thumbs up!
Posted by Lisa on 02/03/2005
First of all let me say, GREAT PRICES! The French Onion soup was soooo tasty. Please try it if you need a light tasty dish to warm you up. I ventured to try the Tiramisu---Big Mistake! I was so very disappointed. I kept thinking "this has got to be the most 'bootleg' dessert I've had in a long time. No coffee liquor, lady fingers....uh, hello...? This was more like a marscarpone cheese thingy with cocoa powder on top. At least the whip cream was good. As you can tell, I liked this place, just not the Tiramisu. Please go to Dojo and enjoy!
Posted by Yuna on 01/23/2005
I know I'm taking a risk by going against the many who frequent this restaurant but this was one of the worst restaurant experiences I've ever had. I know it isn't supposed to be some snazzy place but this was too much. The sauces for the calamari had darker top layers from having been sitting out for too long, and everything was either slightly slimy or overcooked. The place was also unclean. The floors looked grimy and the bathroom - forget about it.
Posted by Bart Hepsebah on 12/14/2004
MMMM. Fried chicken. Best Tahini sauce in NYC.
Posted by starving artist on 11/19/2004
I had not known about Dojo cuz I'm not usually in that NYU area but my friends wanted to go there one day. It's a cute, hip place for many professionals in the area or college students to chat over a nice meal. The prices are great and affordable. The food's healthy AND delish. I recommend it to anyone.