I'm a huge fan of BU dining. The food is fresh and freshly made. While it varies between dining halls, there are usually a bunch of different options (ESPECIALLY west campus). BU Dining is very vegetarian, vegan, kosher, and now even halal friendly. There are special dinner nights hosted, such as lobster night once a year, visiting chef night once a semester (restaurant food in the d-halls!), special holiday meals and more. They take recommendations and feedback from students very seriously.
Outside of the dining halls there are great retail food options. The GSU food court has great sandwiches, salads, chinese food, sushi, pizza, DELICIOUS ice cream, and more. There's an Einstein's Bagels in the CAS basement, Starbucks everywhere, and other things I'm sure I'm forgetting.
Off campus, the food is also excellent. Since the city of Boston is our playground, there's virtually every type of cousine. Really close to campus we have some particularly good thai options.
On campus has one of the best options ever. If you eat in the dining halls it is all you can eat. There are Special Chefs there all the time for Chinese New Years, Lobster Night, Mexican, Traditional Italian, etc. If you use dining points to eat on campus you can eat at several different restaurants offering pizza to mexican to chinese to salads, to bagel sandwiches etc. Off campus you have probably every nationality you can think of in a 10 min walking distance and truly every nationality within a short ride on the trolly system.
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