Kung Food is certainly not the best, but they are not the worst , either. The biggest draw is, unfortunately, not the delectability of the cuisine, but the fact that it is all vegan. The service is feed-line style, with dishes in hot trays, two soup tureens, two deli cases, a nice salad bar (with some creative dressing options), and a sweets case. The hot-tray set up often means food is only relatively warm and slightly mangled when it makes its way to your disposable plate. Another drawback might be the price: 5.99 USD a pound for foods, roughly 5.95 USD for a sandwich, and sweets are around 3 USD each.
They have some vegan rarities like lasagne, 'chicken' parmesan, and quiche. Recommended are the Pumpkin Stew, Spinach Aubergine, lasagne, and pot pie.
The highlight? Little treats that would come from heaven if they were not so sinful: Blondies. Do not pass them by! -And get a dollop of vegan soft serve while you are at it!
Ah, and their breakfast buffet is nice and offers many options, but OB People's weekend and wednesday breakfast service EASILY trumps it on taste.