Gautam A., M1
This place is built to make kids happy, so as an adult it’s a treat to visit — and it’s only a five-minute walk from classes! I personally come whenever I crave Pizza Hut pan pizzas, Fruit Rollups, or Jello, but they have many other things (depending on the day) like wings, mac n’ cheese, chicken nuggets, etc. It’s basically a throwback to your elementary school or middle school cafeteria, except with higher quality food. Definitely worth a visit!
Gautam A., M1
If you’re lazy like me and don’t feel like wandering too far for lunch, this is your go-to place. Do you want taco salads, stir fry, or pasta? The A-La-Minute Action Station’s got you. Are you into Indian food? The Comfort station serves Chicken Tikka Masala on Thursdays, which is actually hella good (yes, coming from an Indian). And if neither of those are your thing, ask Andy, the man behind the grill about the wraps, fries, hamburger patties, and some absolutely bomb chipotle scallion aioli sauce to go with it all.
Shariq K., M1
Our amigos at the College of Pharmacy have some of the best facilities on campus. A little known gem that I’ve made good use of is their cafeteria. Unlike Shell, Children’s, and the other cafeterias on campus, this isn’t your typical microwaved hospital food. Breakfast options here include made-to-order eggs and a waffle station. For lunch and dinner, I’m a big fan of the paninis. Best of all, the cafeteria itself has floor-to-ceiling windows and comfy couches. The price is comparable to the other dining options on campus. The only downside is that the hours are limited to conventional meal times.