Dojo Noodle Bar is a must for all fans of Japanese, Chinese, Thai and Vietnamese cuisine. The menu sports a varied range of noodle treats: soup-based, ... More
Dojo Noodle Bar
Dojo Noodle Bar is a must for all fans of Japanese, Chinese, Thai and Vietnamese cuisine. The menu sports a varied range of noodle treats: soup-based, wok-fried, or smothered in sauce. There are plenty of vegetarian, meat and seafood dishes as well, and the servings are extremely generous! Ho Yo Min (king prawn), a wok fried dish of oyster sauce, prawns and vegetables, makes an absolutely delicious main course at just GBP4.95. A selection of rice dishes ranges from GBP4.50-5.45. And do try one of the fresh fruit or vegetable juices, green tea or the Japanese beer.
Great food with generous portions. Really friendly staff. Loved everything about this restaurant. No wonder it was packed when I visited. No wonder this restaurant was recommended to me. A "must" go restaurant
Best for noodles in Cambridge without a shadow of doubt. Best for its value for money (their portions are huge and are cheaper than the rest by about £1-2). Best for their inside decor (my girlfriend loves their hand painted wall paper with chinese song birds). Best for their music (name me one oriental restaurant who has got cocteau twins on their playing list!). Love the fact that their food does not contain MSG and is so so fresh. Really wanted to give it 4 & 1/2 stars.
Massive portions, loads of seafood and meat cuttings, very generous and taste very good. Prices are very very reasonable. Probably biggest portion of all Oriental restaurants in Cambridge. Wine and dine - this is not, but for quick casual dining. Best food at best prices in Cambridge
I can't recommend this restaurant enough.
I love its interior (completely different from any other noodle bar Ive eaten)
Love its service.
And the food is what can I say - Super generous, high quality, really really fresh and absolutely delicious.
And last but not least, love its prices. Very very reasonable for such good quality food.
I also love their little touches like no MSG in their cooking and serving Vita Coco, my favourite drink.
Bottom line, Dojo is a superb restaurant!
This place apparently has been going on nearly 14 years. No surprise why its always packed. Great quality noodle and rice dishes and low prices. Compared to a Wagamama portion, its probably double (including the meat/ seafood given) the size and the quality is in fact much better.
My favourite isTuk Tuk Stir Fry noodles. Probably the best noodles in Cambridge! For that matter, Dojo is my favourite noodle bar in Cambridge.
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