by Natalie Mitts
food - that's where it gets really interesting. There are six unique
stations inside the restaurant. The fusion area provides Mexican
favorites and hot food like pizzas and casseroles. The exhibition
station is where you'll find Italian pastas and delicious meat dishes.
At the Euro kitchen, Eastern and Western cultures mix to provide filling
entrees from the tandoori oven, wok or rotisserie. Stop by the salad
and wraps station for a Thai noodle salad or bowl of couscous and
vegetables. Be sure to check out the burgers and sandwiches hot off the
grill. Don't forget to pass by the grainery for homemade breads and
sweet desserts. You'll find a variety of cookies, cheesecakes, muffins,
puddings, cakes and other mouth-watering treats. You'll eat better food
for the price than any other buffet in town. Those freshmen living in
Helaman Halls this fall will be sure be lucky to eat here every day.