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3 Ways To Find Food At Southend Campus

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Starting university life means it’s time to start planning meals, shopping lists and figure out all things food (and treats, obviously).

 

1. ON-CAMPUS OUTLETS

If you don’t want to go to town, or if you urgently need to get specific products, then our campuses have a lot of options when it comes to acquiring food.

  • There are vending machines offering cold drinks and snacks in The Gateway Building, the second floor of The Forum and there are vending machines for snacks, and hot and cold drinks in The Union.
  • You can also find facilities for hot drinks in our Student Common Room
  • Nosh (ground floor of The Forum) hot and cold meals and drinks
  • SU Lounge (Gateway Building, Studio K) breakfast, lunch, snacks, drinks and hot food at student-friendly prices

See the Southend SU Venue opening times here
Read more about the food on all three campuses here

 

2. SUPERMARKETS NEARBY 

Here are a couple of local options that you can visit to get your food shop done and dusted.

Need to find your way? Goole Maps is a great tool for getting directions whether you’re walking or going by taxi or bus.

 

  • Sainsbury’s is just a two-minute walk from campus
  • Iceland is an eight-minute walk from campus, and there is a larger store fourteen minutes away from campus.
  • Tesco Express is a nine-minute walk from campus
  •  Co-op is a twelve-minute walk away
  • Lidl is fourteen minutes away from campus

Take a look at this map to find your way you’ll find that most places are within easy reach of campus.

Most supermarkets also have international sections or aisles that specifically offer products and ingredients from different countries and continents, but there are local international food stores to choose from too, which are easy enough to find using Google Maps too.

 

3. EATING OUT

If you want to eat out, there are plenty of cafés, sandwich shops and restaurants within easy reach to suit all tastes and budgets. Westcliff-on-Sea, particularly the Hamlet Court Road area, offers a wealth of independently-owned eating outlets from countries around the world including China, Italy, Greece and India.

Maxwells and Gino’s come highly recommended, and there’s also a Pizza Express, ASK Italian and a Nando’s nearby too.

And if you don’t feel like cooking or going out to get food, you can always have the food brought to you. There are many take-away delivery options near campus to choose from.

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