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Where to eat on campus

Explore your options for food at Concordia

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One of the many perks of studying at Concordia is the proximity to great food. Montreal is a world-class food city teeming with great options for take-out, delivery or dine-in at any budget.
Whether you're downtown or Loyola, there is no shortage of excellent spots to eat, both on and off campus.

Here are just some of the food options at your disposal:

Sir George Williams Campus (downtown)

ReggiesHenry F. Hall (H) Building 
A legendary pub run by Concordia’s Student Union. Serving breakfast, snacks and meals. Also perfect for an after-class libation.

The Hive Café - Henry F. Hall (H) Building
A cooperatively run café offering vegan and vegetarian food options that are locally and ethically sourced, healthy, and affordable.

The People’s Potato - Henry F. Hall (H) Building
A collectively run soup kitchen that offers vegan meals to students and community members on a by-donation basis. No one is turned away for lack of funds, and don’t forget to bring your own plate.

Le Frigo Vert -  1444 Rue Mackay #203
A health and community space offering coffee, snacks and meals as well as produce and natural health products. Most everything sold is organic. Opening hours vary. 

Near Sir George Williams Campus

Your choices near Concordia's downtown campus are endless. Just walk either direction on Sainte-Catherine or De Maisonneuve and you’re bound to find something to satisfy your taste buds.

Here are a few suggestions:

Antep Kabab (1626 Maisonneuve Blvd W.)
A stone's throw from many of Concordia's downtown buildings, this happening Turkish eatery serves sandwiches and kebab platters in a snug, no-frills space.

Roi Du Wonton (2125 Saint-Marc)
This is the place to go for tasty and well-priced soup and noodle bowls. Be sure to ask for their secret hot sauce if you like a little zing with your noodles.

Loyola Campus

The Hive CaféStudent Centre
A cooperatively run café offering vegan and vegetarian food options that are locally and ethically sourced, healthy, and affordable.

Faro Café – Science Pavilion
Serving coffee, tea, sandwiches, wraps, salads as well as healthy snacks. 


Near Loyola Campus

Though the food options may not be as plentiful as downtown, there are still some great eats in this corner of NDG. Here are some options:

Ca lem (6926 Sherbrooke W.)
This is where you want to go if you have a sweet tooth. Sorbet and ice cream heaven with vegan and lactose free options.

Cafe 92° (6703 Sherbrooke St W)
A cozy cafe serving coffee, tea and pastries plus a changing menu of Mexican and other globally inspired fare.

Koyajo (6963 Sherbrooke W.)
Go here for tasty and healthy Korean bowls, soups and dumplings at great prices. Vegan options available.


For more information about eating on campus, please consult this list.


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