More or less realistic space battle, even under the favorable condition of a powerful drive that needs only limited amounts of reaction mass ("my name is Solomon Epstein, and I changed everything"), is shown in the Expanse TV series. There are many videos out there celebrating the Expanse for realism, I more or less randomly looked at this one.
One thing Alan says in the video is very relevant here: The maneuvers are limited by the g-forces the human body can sustain. Interestingly, we have to throttle down even our comparatively stone-age spaceships when the tanks are near-empty and acceleration is highest in order to protect the fragile people in them.
Dog fights in airplanes already go to the physical limit of the pilots; the problem in space is that your delta-v is 10 times or more than that in air. You cannot do dog fights in manned vehicles at 10 km/s. What you will have is strategical placement, intercept courses, adjustments, kinetic and guided weapons, possibly evasive maneuvers for long range weapons — but no close combat with dog fights. In essence you will typically have very short, high-speed encounters on trajectories whose general direction cannot be changed unless there is a slingshot possibility available. Unmanned vehicles, like heat-seeking rocket-propelled missiles, will be able to do much crazier maneuvers though, as they do already in air fights. They are also disposable: They don't need to return anywhere and can spend all their fuel and reaction mass in the hit attempt.
The second issue is indeed the reaction mass. The Expanse fandom wiki estimates an exhaust velocity of a few percent of light speed which to me seems entirely unrealistic. With lower velocity comes, unfortunately, a larger reaction mass requirement which would make the ships look much more like ours: Large stacks of fuel with tiny payloads on top. Even less maneuverable.