Most lunches costs me around €2 with my student discount, and contain enough food to fill me up for hours of lab work. I have become accustomed to the system - get a hot plate of food from the five serving options (including vegetarian and a la carte options) and pick 2-3 sides including rice, salads, fries and puddings. Here I ate a fried chicken (a schnizel of sorts) that was stuffed with a creamy cheese along with pasta, couscous and a light salad. From my experience of college campus food (which includes University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, Northwestern and of course Carnegie Mellon), I would have to say this food is most certainly the best bang for your buck, as well as quite tasty (I neglet to comment on the nutrition, as I think all four fall fairly low on that ranking). Overall, however, I'm not all at complaining as these meals are varietable, delicious and easy of the wallet.