The food here at SU can be summed up in one word-awful. There are, however, pros and cons, like most things at SU, and there are ways to make the most out of your dining experience. There are two types of food at SU: dining hall food and Supercard dining facilities food. The dining halls are the places on campus where you may use your meal plan; it's also where you will need the skills of Emeril Lagasse to concoct something even remotely tasty. The selection is extensive, but you will quickly get sick of making your seventh meal of the week using grilled chicken, deli meat, salad bar, and pasta. No dining hall is significantly better than the others either; although the Daily Orange rated Sadler and Graham dining facilities as some of the better ones, and Shaw and Haven as some of the worst. Shaw Dining Hall is also the only place on campus where Kosher food is served.
The Supercard areas, on the other hand, more than make up for the gross grub in the dining halls. These places are designated for use with cash or your prepaid Supercard. With a selection of Sbarro, Taco Bell, Burger King, KFC, Dunkin Donuts, deli sandwiches, Chinese stir-fry, and sushi, the choices are endless. Try Kimmel Dining Hall, a popular place to grab some snacks at just about any time of the day or night.