Did you just fail your midterm exam and feel miserable? Food is always the best remedy - eat until your friends stare at your blown-up stomach with a suspicious glance. Here are places you can go for instant food therapy.
Mix & match ingredients and sauces until you find the one that works for you. Seriously, the only person who can essentially ruin your meal here is you, so test out samples of sauces before you place an order (Or you can serve yourself a funky-tasting dish as a punishforment for getting a D on your orgo test). The best thing about Flattop is that it offers a student discount. Also, it gives you the bang for your buck, if you go for the umlimited servings (Lunch $10.99, Dinner $14.99). Try to forget about all the bad things happened to you and eat until you explode.
I know, their prices are a touch higher compared to other local restaurants, but a single portion is usually more than enough for two persons. Unless you are a professional food fighter or something, having the entire dish by yourself should fill up food upto your throat. The must-try menu at Bat17 turns out to be their amazing sweet potato fries . As for sandwiches, corned beef ones got the most votes. The restaurant also has an impressive beer menu and a liquor selection, but I'm not sure if you're allowed to drink alcohol even when you are pregnant with a food baby.
Our bodies are naturally wired to crave sugar. There is no reason to feel guilty about having a junkfest once a while.
This is the place you should run to if you want to get sugar-high within a second. Bennison's has every kind of sweet you can imagine, from pistachio macaroons to fluffy rasberry pastries. Don't forget to try at least one of those notorious Red Velvet Cupcakes .
*Warning: If you are on a diet, do not go here since you're likely to go insane and start shoving 1,000,000 calories worth of sugar into your mouth!
If you feel guilty that you want sugar and are looking for a "healthier option," (honestly if this is the case, get out of this website ASAP) think about having a sweet brunch at Le Peep. Their soft banana walnut pancakes and belgium waffles drenched in heavey syrup and butter will quench your thirst for carbohydrates without hurting your waistline too much. Even a healtheir choice would be Breakfast Dutch Apple Oatmeal laced with pieces of apples and raisins or Aspen Crepe filled with vanilla ricotta and strawberries. Be prepared to wait at least 30 minutes when you visit them on weekends.
If you are one of those guys tearing their hair out while choosing a place for a dinner date, I'll be your genie.
Did you ask your girlfriend where she wanted to go and got a frustrating response like "It's up to you"? Then, Koi is a safe choice that would make everyone happy. The place not only has sushi and sashimi of good quality but also offers a variety of Chinese and Thai cuisine, so you have a less chance of making your girlfriend angry for choosing a "wrong" restaurant (whatever that means). Try their glazed orange chicken and walnut shrimp with a cocktail of your choice.
Yes, the restaurant decor is a bit tacky and your girlfriend can get upset. But as soon as she tastes some of their delicious tapas cuisine, she will stop screaming at you and secretly feel sorry for fuming and fretting. Portions are small but most of dishes are under $6, so pick and choose about three or four dishes, and it should be enough for two. The most popular dishes are fresh dates wrapped in bacon with bell pepper sauce, baked goat cheese in tomato sauce served with garlic breads and Dali pizza with bacon and caramelized onions.
If you have no idea what you want but definitely are planning to eat out, here is a spot you must visit at least once before you graduate.
Whatever you want, it's in their menu - you can never fault them for lacking choices. Whether you order Vietnamese noodle soup to relieve a hangover or orange chicken with shrimp fried rice because you're in a state of low blood MSG, you will come out of the restaurant full and satisfied. The place is also a perfect spot to curve your bubble tea cravings. Feel free to substitute tapioca pearls with lychee jelly, popping boba or vanilla ice cream on top.