KingRajesh wrote:Anyway, how are the restaurants on campus? Worth the price of a meal plan?
Meal plan isn't for restaurants. It's for dining halls that you'll never find.
Just as a follow up, there are a number of Cornell Dining a la carte places to eat near the law school, and there is a small dining hall in the law school that is open for breakfast and lunch.
The law school dining hall serves burgers and other grilled sandwiches, custom salads, and some shabby/sheik country fare stuff like BBQ brisket and southern fried chicken fingers with gravy. There's also a vegetarian deli in Annabelle Taylor hall next to the law school, a food court in the student union called the Ivy Room with a grill, custom salads, Asian wokery type place, and a Mexican place, and a little further is the Stater Hotel dining hall, which has similar options.
However, most of these places aren't as close as the restaurants in Collegetown, like Collegetown bagels (sandwiches), Pita Pit, Subway, Aladdin's (Greek), Mama Teresa's (Italian/food poisoning), That Burrito Place (Chipotle knock-off), 2 $9 all-you-can-eat Indian lunch buffets, and about 10 Asian/Chinese/Thai/Korean BBQ/Sushi/Bubble Tea places.