Typical situation: It’s 2 a.m., a Friday night, and you're absolutely starving. You know you probably shouldn’t be eating, but at the moment that doesn’t seem to matter. But instead of sprinting into Kimmel and dropping 18 SUpercard dollars (that's not real money, right?) on food you won't remember eating the next morning, use these tips when ordering your late night noshes.
Sporting the longest line in Kimmel at 2 a.m. is Taco Bell. Although many students claim it’s the best tasting option, it unfortunately has selections that aren’t exactly the healthiest. In order to make the smartest choices there avoid foods such as grilled stuffed burritos or anything prepared with multiple "layers." Instead, order bean burritos, or anything on the Fresco menu.
Another popular food among students is pizza. Instead of thick crust, meat-loaded slices, stick to vegetable slices and opt for whole wheat if it’s available.
If you decide to go to Burger King there’s only two burgers you should even consider: the regular hamburger or the Whopper Jr. without mayo. Other respectable options include the Chicken Tenders, the 9-piece Chicken Fries.
Many students also go into Kimmel and just grab chips. Although this may seem obvious, instead of reaching for an innocent bag of plain potato chips, choose the baked variety to save on fat and calories.