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Telephone
6438 4410
Introduction
An Asian fushion restaurant serving gourmet Pork burgers, sandwiches and snacks. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
11:00 - 15:00
18:00 - 22:00
Mon - Sat
11:00 - 15:00
18:00 - 22:00
Sun
Closed
Public Holiday
Closed
Restaurant Website
http://www.facebook.com/dojo.sg
Signature Dishes
Big Bite Pork Grillets Komba Bao
Review (2)
Level4 2017-03-21
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The place was located in the middle of a row of shophouses. It was known for its asian burgers and rice bowls. This month to celebrate St Patrick's Day, it introduced a new burger called Patrick.The Patrick (S$8)A combination of cream cheese and spinach compote on signature pork patty and sandwiched between fluffy match buns.A tab messy and slippery to eat, but I quite like the creamed spinach. The pork patty was quite juicy but a tab more on salty side than preferred. Think it would be just nice when washed down with beer.Pork Nuggets ($5)Crispy pork nuggets served along with sweet and savoury sauce. The sauce was nice as it reminded me of plum sauce. But the nuggets were a tab too dry and tough.Coconut Shake ($6)Made from fresh coconut and topped with vanilla ice creamThere was not any scoop of ice cream on top of the milk shake. It was more like a glass of ice blended drink, which lacked of the coconut flavour and sweetness. continue reading
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For fans of unconventional burgers, look no further - Dojo Fusion is a new kid on the pork serving everything pork, from snacks to mains. It is also an interesting blend of Japanese and American cuisine, encompassing exotic flavors with conventional concepts.  The service crew was warm and hospitable, right from the moment we entered all the way till we said goodbye.I ordered a side of Pork Nuggets (SGD$5.00) to share, since I was not hungry. I had expected oval-rectangular pieces of flour-mix-pork, like how "nuggets" are typically derived to be. However, this was an interesting surprise of pure pork meat - deep fried akin cutlet style. It was crispy, tasty, and threefold enhanced if one chose to dip into the honey chilli provided together with the pork nuggets.Then I ordered a Kong Bak Bun (SGD$6.00, also known as Komba Bao here) - fried buns encompassing layered pork meat. Usually, the three layers comprised of fats as well, which this one followed tradition, however they added lettuce for a refreshing touch. The pork was succulent and well-marinated, plus the sweet, crispy fried bun - oh well, this was definitely a palate pleaser.The Beau decided to go for a Little Dragon Burger (SGD$12.00) - grilled pork steak, lettuce, tomatoes and melted cheese. The bun alone was a keeper - crunchy in its toasted golden texture, and the pork was tender as promised, as well as juicy. It was delicious and extremely satisfying, with the different flavors and textures of various ingredients coming together.For full review and more photographs, please feel free to visit:http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2014/11/dinner-at-dojo-fusion-circular-road.html continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)