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Food and Drink

Food and Drink

While the way in which we will deliver some of the services and facilities we provide for our students may have changed in response to the COVID-19 outbreak, the University remains fully committed to delivering an excellent range of student support, student services and facilities to enhance your academic study. Click here for further information.

There is a range of catering outlets across our campuses where students can eat, drink, relax and socialise. There are also a number of vending machines located across the sites to provide quick refreshment on the go.

Being the campus where most courses are based our Plas Coch site hosts the largest amount of options to purchase food and drink items. United Kitchen, is our main dining area, which offers everything from breakfasts, “Grab & Go” snacks, sandwiches, salads and a variety of traditional and modern hot meals.   Special dietary requirements are catered for including halal, vegetarian, dairy free and gluten free meals, and themed meals and barbecues take place at regular intervals. 

Other outlets at Plas Coch are:

  • Café Bar 45 (a high street style coffee bar)
  • Bean Machine (an ‘essentials’ shop)
  • Grumpy Mule in the Crispin Lane Building near Techniquest Glynd┼Ár

Also on site is our Restaurant 1887, a great venue for a special meal out and very popular at graduation – reservations are required for the restaurant.

Room 23 is based at the North Wales School of Art & Design in Regent Street serving a selection of snacks and drinks. There are also two outlets at our Northop Campus, the Northop College Refectory and Celyn Café.

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