Cafe menu options
What’s the buzz? Nutritional yeast is a savory, high-nutrient add-in that you should be sprinkling on everything from pasta to smoothies. What does the science say?» Read More
The protein and fiber-packed chickpeas in this gluten-free salad will keep you energized all day.» Read More
What’s the buzz? Skim milk is out — and cream-top yogurts and whole-milk lattes are in. What does the science say?» Read More
Beautifully flavored with garlic, spicy red pepper flakes, and a splash of vinegar, these greens prove you don’t need to add more salt in order to create more flavor.» Read More
What’s the buzz? Beet juice is the latest ergogenic aid guaranteed to take you to your next personal record or big win. What does the science say?» Read More
Many energy bars come with a long list of ingredients and high dose of sugar. Skip the uncertainty and make your own.» Read More
Recovered food and upcycled food scraps have been the stars of sold-out dinners across the nation in the past few years. Check out these tips for how you can be crafty in the kitchen.» Read More
Much is being made about fighting food waste these days, and we’re glad to see it! No one wants to waste food, but even if you’re well aware of the environmental impacts of food waste, it’s easy to backslide in your day-to-day waste reduction practice.» Read More
We admit it, there’s no glory in fighting food waste. It’s a battle of minutiae, a day-to-day grind. Planning, paying attention, getting creative with carrot tops and potato peels…Even so, the truth is, we love it!» Read More
From grandmas to health “gurus,” many claim breakfast is the most important meal of the day. But what does the science say?» Read More
Poaching can feel intimidating, but it’s actually a quite simple cooking technique. Make this beautifully poached wild salmon in minutes.» Read More
All students living in residence halls must choose a meal plan option. Seattle University’s meal plans provide quality, variety, flexibility and value. Items are priced à la carte so students can choose exactly what they want. A variety of meal plan options are available, depending upon residence hall, class status and anticipated needs. Additional money can be added to your account at any time. All meal plan dollars must be spent by the end of Spring Quarter.
COMMUTER MEAL PLANS
Commuter students can put meal dollars on their Campus Card in any amount. It is a convenient way to pay for food on campus, and these transactions are not subject to Seattle’s 10% restaurant sales tax. Meal dollars carry over from quarter to quarter, and your funds will remain in your account as long as you are enrolled at Seattle University.
Adding Meal Money to your Campus Card
To add funds to the meal plan account on your campus card visit Seattle University’s eAccounts page:
Costs and Pricing
We strive to keep dining costs as low as possible. Seattle’s $15/hour minimum wage has resulted in higher costs, which are only partially covered by increases in board plan and à la carte pricing.
Bon Appétit encourages customer feedback and gladly works with individual students to meet special dietary needs. Specific questions regarding special dietary needs can be directed to Jay Payne, General Manager at 206.445.4477.
A long distance phone call is always nice, and a letter is thoughtful, but everyone needs a little treat from time to time, which is why we created Thinking of You! Bon Appétit offers you an easy and thoughtful way for you to show your encouragement and support in a way that is sure to be appreciated. You can even add a personal note for that extra touch!
Do you care about whether your food was grown locally or raised humanely? Or are you more interested in protein vs. carbs?
Whatever your priorities, we can help you chew the right thing. At Bon Appétit, we’re working toward “food service for a sustainable future.” How we define that is a mouthful, but the bottom line is that we strive to cook delicious food that’s good for you, the animals, the workers, the community, and the Earth — because they’re all connected. And we’re proud to be the first food service company to tackle many important issues in these areas.
We’re here to support you by giving the information you need to choose wisely. Visit our Wellness page for a feast of information about the roles our from-scratch cooking, nutritional approach, local sourcing, and other sustainability programs can play on your menu.
Turmeric and cauliflower bring additional color, flavor, and phytonutrients to this reinvented side dish that’s lower in calories and higher in fiber than traditional rice dishes. Serves 4. 1 large head cauliflower 1 tablespoon olive oil 2 teaspoons turmeric 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/2 cup currants (optional) 2 tablespoons toasted pumpkin seeds Chopped parsley, for garnish…Read More» Read More
Refreshing and juicy but with a toasted complexity that is balanced by the lime, this unique appetizer is as tasty as it is hydrating. Serves 12. 1 medium watermelon Zest of 1 lime 1/4 cup plus 2 tablespoons lime juice (about 5-6 limes), divided 1 tablespoon olive oil 2 tablespoons honey 1 teaspoon cayenne pepper 1/4…Read More» Read More
When the tops of root vegetables such as radishes and turnips are in good condition, don’t let them go to waste! This recipe transforms radish greens into a bright and simple chimichurri sauce that is a delicious and refreshing topping to many foods from omelets to roasted potatoes. Makes 2/3 cup, enough for about 4-6…Read More» Read More
Do you have a specific question, suggestion, or feedback about your meal at a Bon Appétit café? Feel free to browse the previously asked questions below or contact our Bon Appétit managers using this form.