Dojo's Japanese ramen - tender noodles in a light broth with pork shoulder or pork belly, boiled egg, green onion, fish cake and seaweed, is one of their most popular dishes, with each component contributing to a satisfying, comforting dish. The broth is especially delicious, not too salty or overpowering. Another tempting offering is the pork belly sliders, palm-sized buns filled with pork belly, green onion, pickled carrot and daikon, served with red chili sauce.
We finished our meal with Dojo's light and sweet Bananas Foster, sauteed bananas caramel and chocolate sauces and vanilla ice cream. Dojo also serves a variety of wines, beers, sake and cocktails.
Dojo's interior is chic and sleek, with dark wood and stone, and flat screen TVs running sports or martial arts movies. Noise tends to echo off the high ceilings, so if quiet conversation is your thing, ask for one of the private booths.
Dojo Asian Inspired Cuisine and Lounge
423 W. 300 S., Ste 150
Lunch Entrees about $10
Dinner Entrees about $10-$15 Sushi about $5-$45