Eating on campus
Moving to a different country allows you to experience a whole new world of food, but sometimes you want your favourites from home. There is a wide variety of places to eat on campus, so you're likely to discover those familiar flavours!
Haldane's Restaurant and Pathfoot Eatery serve traditional Scottish and international dishes. There's a salad bar, deli sandwiches, carvery, drinks and desserts. The Refresh Bar and Bistro is a great social space where you can relax with friends over Scottish breakfasts, burgers, pizzas and irresistible desserts.
Market Street in the atrium serves porridge and bacon rolls for breakfast and pizza or burgers throughout the day. At the Sidewalk Deli, you can order custom-made fresh sandwiches and build your own breakfast with granola and yoghurt.
Underground is a favourite coffee spot at the University which also sells paninis, soup and cake. Check out Venue – a multi-purpose space that caters for a wide variety of dietary needs – or head down to Studio for their signature macaroni cheese and curly fries.
The Bite, Crush Hall Pod and Stir Café are stocked with pastries and sandwiches, while the Sports Café offers soups, bagels, wraps, sushi, cake and ice cream. Then there's Umami in the INTO Centre, which has a menu of fresh food from around the world. This healthy produce is prepared live at the cooking stations, so you can watch while you wait.