Inexpensive cafeteria food located on the downtown VCC campus.
The cafeteria is run by the Culinary Arts Students. Dinner runs from 5:30 to 7:00. Excellent home style Dinners for under $10. You can also take it out. Usually a roast of the day, several meat choices, several fish choices and a vegetarian choice.
Lots of locals eat their main meal here every evening so you won't feel out of place if you aren't a student.
Park and eat here for cheap before the Game.
The food here is so delicious. For about eight dollars, you can have a dinner with a roasted meat and THREE sides. You can have a huge breakfast with your choice of eggs, breakfast meat, hash browns, toast, and fruit cup for under five bucks. And the food has always been really good. I've had no complaints at all.
Yes, it's a cafeteria, but at these prices, who cares?
This place offers cheap lunches with hefty portions. They have two sections, western or asian. Both offers decent quality food. On the asian kitchen, for $6.25, you get an entree, steamed vegetables, and your choice of either fried rice or noodles. If you've never been here for lunch, give it a try.
Even though they are in the middle of renovating the cafeteria, they are still managing to put out "Great Food".
Stopped in today and was totally suprised by the Butter Chicken and the Chickpea Zucchini Casserole. Not your usual fare for a College Cafeteria but here, I understand, it is the norm not the exception.
Chicken was authentic and not swimming in grease. Their side dishes rice, naan bread, greenbeans, tossed salad. You can mix and match, buy what you can afford, or get it all. Extreemly affordable in this age of high prices. Ambience is definatly lacking. Staff pleasant and helpfull.
All in all great food, and they are working on the decore. I will look forward to the new look to be unveiled in Sept.
I re-discovered this place a couple of months ago, and have been going on a regular basis. Every week is a pleasant surprise. A full dinner for under $7.00! The dishes are well presented, and they have something for everybody. My only complaint is that the seasoning is a bit on the bland side, but that's because I love spicy ethnic foods. I go knowing what to expect and am never disappointed. The food is fresh, and creative and it's very clean.
I was recently at Whole Foods shopping for dinner and dessert to take away, but changed my mind when I realized that the food is just as good or even better at VCC for about half the price. Try the fresh cream and chiffon pies at VCC's bakeshop...so good!