Despite some great reviews from clients as well as critics, the owners of Dojo Izakaya has changed is food menu and format into a Japanese Noodle House, serving up udon noodles and broth, as well as ramen.
The venue is still owned by those that brought you the high acclaimed Sushi Dojo NYC.
Now renamed Dojo Noodle House, the interior of the venue remains the same. But the name better reflects the new menu, the owner said.
In a recent discussion with him he explained that the change came about through a combination of factors.
Among those was that he himself loves udon and broth — and wanted to bring it to the public. Secondarily, he was able to secure Chef “Jimbo” Etsuo, who excels at noodles and broth.
“In just a few weeks we’re doing well; we’ve had better delivery orders than at any time previously, so I guess people like what we’re providing” the owner says.