What is Baruch College dining like?


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Hasin Ishraque, Student at Baruch College

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The food available directly on campus is relatively solid, in terms of quantity and taste. There are a variety of cuisines available, including typical Americana, East Asian fair, and healthy options. There are also kosher and vegetarian options available. However, the price may be a bit of a setback for students: there are plenty of other options around campus.

Mike’s Papaya was once famous for its quick fix: a pizza slice for a dollar. However, having outdone its competition over the years, a slice now runs at $1.50.

Nonetheless, it’s easy to have a full lunch for $5 around Baruch. Food carts and trucks are a big scene around Baruch College, and are always a popular option. There are several food carts around campus that serve halal Mediterranean cuisine. Rafiqi’s (by the Credit Suisse building) and Tariq’s (a bit far out, close to Union Square) are good options. Across the street from the Baruch bookstore is a truck that provides ramen noodles and kimbap, or large Korean sushi rolls. There is also another cart that provides Korean rice and cuisine combinations. Every now and again a wildly popular food truck may stop near campus, like the cult-favorite Waffles and Dinges.

Bagel Express and Gramercy Star Cafe are also popular options, providing lunch combinations for around $7 or less.

Nearby Baruch are also several restaurants providing Thai, Italian, Indian and Mexican cuisine. Beloved examples include Little Basil, Paradise Biryani Pointe and Chipotle. Of course, fast food is also an option; around Baruch is a Subway, Dunkin Donuts and a McDonald’s.

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