Time to eat
It’s the real deal here. Chinese food in China is unlike the Chinese food you get back home. You’ll taste the eight main cuisines of Chinese food, which vary significantly in flavour and style. Between the two campuses there are six student canteens, a halal canteen, four large Chinese restaurants, a cafeteria for international students and countless small independent traders selling snacks and drinks around campus. The Tianjin campus also has a fruit, meat and vegetable market. You’ll never go hungry – even on a student budget. Typical meals in the canteen cost around RMB 10 – less than a loaf of bread in the Europe.
Need your fries fix? Who doesn’t? There are small cafes and western food outlets on campus serving burgers and sandwiches. You can also find a few familiar brands including Subway and Gloria Jeans Coffee just minutes away from the international student dormitory on the Jin Nan campus.