Thursday, Sep 18, 2014
This Week in World View
Lunch: Curried Eggplant & Basmati Rice
Soups: Italian Sausage & Orzo; Carrot Ginger Bisque
Soups: Italian Wedding; Vegetarian Vegetable
Lunch: Frilled Cheese with Tomato Soup
Dinner: Sirloin teak with Mashed Potato & Zucchini
Late Night: Chili Cheese Fries
Soup of the Day: Eggplant & Zucchini; Corn Chowder
Burger of the Week: Montreal Burger
Located in the Collis Center, Collis Café is a hub of activity for the Dartmouth community, and is popular among students and staff because of its central location and made-from-scratch seasonal offerings.
Collis Café is back in its permanent location, with an all new serving area and a refurbished dining room. The extensive 4-month renovation included enlarging the café with the addition of a full deli, ice cream parlor and a free-style Coke fountain, where you can customize many of your favorite soft drinks.
The smoothie bar is larger than ever, with new recipes and combinations. Milk shakes have also joined the line-up.
Mary Ann, our expert baker, is known for her delicious Scones, Banana-Walnut Bread, Double-Chocolate Chunk Brownies, Seven-layer bars, and wide variety of tea breads. Dylan, our classically trained chef prepares soups and specials daily, including the ever-popular New England Clam Chowder.
Stir-fry and Omelets at Collis are made to order with a variety of tasty options and toppings. Customers can mix and match Omelet items to create their ideal meal, while Stir-Fry fans can craft beef, chicken, tofu and vegetarian stir-fries with several specialty sauces from the House of Tsang.
Even if you are in a rush, Collis offers a wide selection of grab-and-go sandwiches and snacks.
Now open 7 days a week, students can head to late-night Collis for anything from mozzarella sticks and chicken nuggets to cinnamon rolls and crepes. Late-Night Collis also features daily specials, such as Milkshakes and Pho!
Last Updated: 6/16/14