A "turkey burger dinner" from Dojo. This fusion-y, Japanese-flavored place used to be a godsend in my college days because of its disturbingly cheap prices for somewhat "real" food, but at some point it hit me how grody the place was and I stopped going. Nonetheless, the thin turkey burger, here served with chunks of fried potato and a small salad, is surprisingly juicy, flavorful, and delicious. It's also $5.25 for the whole plate. With these prices, Dojo might still be worth walking into once in a while; it's the kind of place that inspires you to order several entrees at once just for the hell of it.