Tekrul wrote:Saji's offers a fair priced bento box type lunch. Chicken, teriyaki salmon, etc. with a california roll and rice.
Roti Roll is a solid place for some sort of spiced, chickpea based meal wrapped in something close to a tortilla.
There's a Mcdonald's at 104? I want to say. About that far downtown you can also find a KFC.
Amir's Falafel on Broadway side is pretty nice fare. I think there's also a Maoz Falafel a block or two down from it.
109 Gourmet Deli has the Spicy Special. This will be your 2am go-to as everything else is closed at around 10pm.
Other things I wouldn't consider "fast food" but are pretty staple Columbia fare:
The Mill - Korean
Vine - Japanese/Sushi
Uni Cafe - Pizza/cake/muffins/soup/salad bar/panini
Ollies - Chinese with very generously priced noodle bowls. Like 7-8 dollars for a gigantic bowl of soup you can make 2 meals out of.
Pinkberry - crowded all the time
Community Food & Juice - average stuff
Le Monde - French and they can prove it with the price tag
Havana - Cuban...ish
Mel's - god save their fries and burgers. not exactly cheap though
Just want to add:
Hamilton Deli (24/7, closest food to the law school)
Famiglia/Koronet/Che Bella for pizza
Panino Sportivo (aka Panini di Parma)
Pinnacle (aka Uni Cafe)
Artopolis (desserts, crepes)
Strokos (everything, I see a lot of doctors/nurses here)
Hungarian Pastry Shop
For groceries, I'll add Appletree, which I think is 24/7
Delivery in the area is FAST, especially from the Chinese places