Camosun’s cafeterias and restaurants provide a wide range of sustainable, nutritious and affordable dining options.
Lansdowne Café, Fisher Building
From pizza to stir frys, sandwiches to salad bars, the Lansdowne Café offers a variety of specialty cuisine including gluten-free and vegetarian items. Check out the food stations featuring Euro Baguette, World’s Fare, Express Grab-n-Go, and Grill Works.
The Lansdowne Café is located in the Fisher building and is open for breakfast and lunch all year, and evening service from September to April. Using local ingredients wherever possible, all menu items are trans fat-free with nutritional information readily available.
Hours Monday to Friday, 8am to 4pm
By the Books, Alan Batey Library & Learning Commons
Just outside the entrance to the Library Media Centre, By the Books Café features fairly traded, locally roasted coffee from Level Ground Coffee, espresso specialty drinks, and Mighty Leaf Tea. Freshly baked goods (including gluten-free items) as well as sandwiches and salads are made in-house.
Hours Monday to Friday, 8am to 2pm
Designed by famed Victoria architect Samuel Maclure and built in 1928, Dunlop House is a fine dining restaurant operated by Camosun’s Hospitality Management students, open to the public for gourmet dining and for special events or meetings. Please call for reservations.
- Reservations: 250-370-3144
Whatever you need, we have an option for you. Aramark’s Classic Fare provides high-quality catering services for the Lansdowne campus. Our personalized planning ensures you and your guests enjoy the finest food and services for your occasion. From small meetings to large conferences, from a get-together to a wedding, Aramark’s experienced catering team can handle all the details.
Using local ingredients wherever possible, all items are trans fat free and baked goods are made in-house. Fair trade coffee and specialty cuisine, including gluten free and vegetarian items, are available.