Where can I find kosher food on campus?
104 West, Cornell's Kosher dining hall, is certified by the Orthodox Union (OU), and Jewish dietary laws are strictly followed. Chef Jason Haus comes up with creative menu options that appeal to a wide range of students and other hungry diners.
In addition to 104 West, pre-packaged kosher sandwiches and salads are sold in dining locations across campus. There's also a Kosher dining station at North Star, a dining hall on the third floor of the Appel Commons.
Sounds yummy! Where's 104 West?
104 West is located next to the Center for Jewish Living on the south edge of west campus, just a five-minute walk from Cornell Hillel's offices in Anabel Taylor Hall.
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104 West accepts the Cornell Meal Plan, Big Red Bucks, MealChoice, CornellCard, cash and major credit cards.
104 West meals are usually* served:
*Times are subject to change. Please visit Cornell Dining for today's schedule.