INTO Stirling students in the Atrium cafe on campus

Food on and off campus

An international menu

Moving to a different country allows you to experience a whole new world of food, but sometimes you want your favourites from home.

With eight places to eat on campus serving food from across the globe, the University tries to provide something for everyone. If you can’t find the food you love on campus, the INTO team will help you find it locally.

Vegetarian? No problem, all of the catering outlets on campus serve vegetarian options too.

Where can I eat on campus?

There are eight places to eat on campus.

Haldane’s Restaurant and Pathfoot Eatery serve traditional Scottish and international dishes. There’s a salad bar, deli sandwiches, carvery, drinks and desserts. In Haldane’s you can watch the chef cook your food in front of you at the live theatre bar.

The Refresh Bar and Bistro is based in the Willow Court accommodation. It’s a great social space where you can relax with friends over breakfasts, burgers, salads and pizzas.

Market Street in the Atrium serves homemade porridge for breakfast and pizza or burgers throughout the day. Between 11:30am to 2:00pm you can get delicious shawarma wraps and pitas for lunch.

At the Sidewalk Deli, you can order custom-made fresh sandwiches and wraps or fresh soup and daily hot specials, including chicken fajitas and meatballs.

The Studio bar in the Student Union building is open from breakfast through until the evening, serving nachos, burgers, pizza and daily specials.

There are also two Clive Ramsay’s outlets on campus. In the MacRobert building, you’ll find light snacks and Italian or American meals. After a workout in the Sports Centre, you can refuel with sandwiches, soups, wraps, sushi and salads.

Enjoy coffee with friends

There are four coffee shops on campus.

The Bite and Crush Hall Pod serve Costa coffee. The Bite also serves sandwiches and light hot and cold lunch options.

The Stir Café is a great place to relax with a Fairtrade, organic coffee. Enjoy with a fresh deli sandwich or a slice of cake.

Underground in the Student Union has study areas with free WiFi, so it’s a great place to do some relaxed studying with a Starbucks coffee. Hungry? Refuel with a panini or a bowl of hot soup.

Where can I eat in Stirling?

If you’d like to try the British classic ‘fish and chips’, head to the Allanwater Café on Henderson Street. Other local favourites can be found in the Crossed Peels pub. They serve traditional Scottish dishes including haggis, cranachan and smoked salmon.

Need Kaffir lime leaves for your mum’s Thai green curry recipe? The Sun Wah Mini Mart on Barnton Street is the best place to go for Asian spices and fresh food. You’ll also find authentic Chinese food at the Imperial on King’s Street and the Regent on Upper Craigs.

Don’t miss the Stirling Farmer’s Market on the first Saturday of each month. Here you can buy local produce including fresh meat, fruit or vegetables and snacks.

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