With exams and all this snow piling up, it can be especially hard to get off campus and #treatyoself to a delicious meal. To make your life a billion times easier we made you a customized BU T-stop restaurant map. No matter where you are on campus you can find a restaurant less than five minutes from any T-stop. Save yourself the trouble and time of searching for a tasty meal, because this guide was made especially for you.
The T Stops:
Kenmore: India Quality—For this mouth-watering restaurant you only have to walk two minutes more from the T-stop and it is totally worth the trip to Kenmore. Zagat has praised it for eleven years in a row.
Recommended Dishes: Spinach poori bread and coconut korma
Blandford: Scoozi—Get a feel of Newbury Street on campus at this Italian restaurant.
Recommended Dishes: Beef short rib ravioli and the signature Scoozi sliders.
BU East: Campus trolley—A campus favorite, this is the only place on campus you can get Lebanese food. The trolley has been in the same spot since 1988 serving hungry students and faculty.
Recommended Dishes: Kafta wrap and the kebab and feta salad.
BU Central: Nud Pob—This awesome Thai place is perfect if you are in a hurry. With their fast service, you’ll be out of here in no time. Not to mention that you can also order online and they deliver.
Recommended Dishes: Gra tiam (with pork is the best) and mango sticky rice.
BU West: OTTO pizza—When is anyone not in the mood for pizza? Not only does OTTO offer yummy artisan pizza, but they also offer gluten free crust (score).
St. Paul: Sunset Cantina—The best nachos in Boston are on our campus and right in front of the St. Paul T-stop. This is a must-go place if you’re a BU student.
Recommended Dishes: Nachos (obviously) and the Texas hangover melt (served for brunch).
Pleasant Street: Burger Fi—The burgers at Burger Fi are made with all natural ingredients and are guaranteed to be fresh, juicy and delicious. Not only are the burgers mouthwatering, but Burger Fi also maintains a low carbon footprint by maintaining an earth-friendly environment.
Recommended Dishes: The supreme burger (found on the secret menu) and the red velvet concrete.
Babcock Street: T. Anthony’s Pizzeria & Kayuga—These two are impossible to decide between. If you’re looking for an excellent pizza joint and a crowd of BU students, head over to T. Anthony’s. But if you’re in the mood for a crazy fusion of sushi and Korean cuisine, Kayuga is the place for you.
Recommended Dishes: Any pizza at T. Anthony’s is delicious. Try the Patriots Roll at Kayuga.
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