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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.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/30/2004
My friends and I just happened on Dojo's while shopping in the city. My vegetarian friend had no problems finding something delicious on the menu. For all three of us it was only $30, and that was with drinks, an appetizer and tip. It's in a great location and the atmosphere is very relaxed. I suggest you have your meal outside and watch all the people and things that make the village so great!
Posted by Anonymous on 07/12/2004
Dojo's is a frequent, once a week meal for me. The food is great and has a really laid back atmosphere. Great place to stop in and grab a bite to eat while shopping the streets of Manhattan. Two of us ate great meals and had drinks as well all for $13. How can you beat that? Soy burger-out of this world!
Posted by Anonymous on 04/23/2004
I agree with the other review that Dojo is incredibly affordable. Twelve of us had dinner for $140 including tax, drinks, and appetizers. Get a side of tahini sauce and put it on everything. The turkey burger is really wonderful, as is the yakitori. Good place for vegetarians to eat. I don't think the food is particularly healthy though. Most things are very greasey, especially the noodles. Booze is very cheap too. Breakfast is yummy, try the frensh toast. Portions are huge!
Posted by Anonymous on 03/08/2004
If ur someone on a tight budget or like health food this is the place for u..the Pan-Asian food is good and for the low prices my friends & I can get at least 2-3 plates each for less than $13 per person..now that's value. Con: the staff ..there's a blonde lady who is terrific but other than her no one will pay attention to ur needs.. but when the bill comes you leave happy & full...