Dodu is a fast casual restaurant serving French-style rotisserie chicken. The birds they get are free range from a French variety, and come from a top-secret farm near Shanghai. The price for a whole chicken is 198rmb, plus 70rmb for sides (include roasted potatoes, green beans, sauteed cauliflower). You can get chicken in halves and quarter options with several sauces or in a sandwich. For drinks, they've got Veddett and Maredsous on draft for 42rmb, plus bottled beers and pear cider. There's a small upstairs seating area for about 20 people, but most patrons are going to be ordering takeout.
You can´t buy love but you can rescue it this Saturday at DODU. They have partnered with Furry Friends pet rescue, Spare Leash and XOLO to host a pet adoption event this Saturday from 1pm to 4pm. Meet puppies and kittens who are looking...
Guest chef Vic Vieira cooking some Latin American all time street food favorites. Plus 2 hours free flow for lime, passion fruit and strawberry caipirinha cocktails for 199rmb. Music, food and drinks starting at 11am.
Stop by DODU or Charlies on Changshu Lu and donate to animal shelters in need. Event will take place from 1-5pm, animals for adoption will be onsite. Donate food, blankets, pee pads, harnesses, leashes and crates.
Every Monday you can get a mixed platter with three different meats. 400g of meat, to be precise, including: roasted chicken, crackling pork roll and lamb chops for 128rmb, including unlimited French fries.
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