Overview: we've serched far and wide for the best value in chain pizza and PaPa doesn't cut the mustard.
Filling and conveniant; A Spicy Hawk wrap
can be had at IUP's Folder food court
for a meal swipe and some change.
($0.27 to be exact.)
What is It?
A Spicy Hawk wrap is made with your choice choice of a spinach, garlic/herb, tomato basil or plain torrtia with crispy chicken.
You choose the type of cheese, veggies and dressing that is added to you wrap.
If you have a meal plan, the Spicy Hawk wrap is convenient option.
If you do not have one, don't waste your money.
You can spend less money, buy better food and keep all the convenience of
Folder food court if you spend your money at Sheetz instead of purchasing a
Spicy Hawk wrap.
How much does One Cost?
Meal Swipe: $4.74
Additional Charge: $0.27
A Spicy Hawk wrap with the included chips will cost you $5.01
It Dosen't come with a drink. What a ripoff...
If you'd like like to add a drink you're going to pay over six bucks!
It's alright. Only buy one if you have a meal plan. Hey, you already spent the
money on the meal plan.
IUP Senior, Andy Brask, Isn't all that thrilled with the Spicy Hawk wrap.
He thinks "it's on par with the the other food that Aramark provides on campus."
At a cost of $5.35, you get what you pay for when you purchase the California Rolls at
Martin's Food Market on Oakland Ave. in Indiana. the rice, seaweed, cucumber, avocado
and imitation crab are greatly overpowered by the salt used to flavor this uninspired mess.
According to myfitnesspal, a weight-loss oriented website with a nutrition catalog counting over
1.5 million items, a 12 piece Martin's California Roll pack contains 540mgs (1/5 daily intake) of sodium while
providing 300 calories. There are other significant nutrients. Not horrible...
You can do BETTER for your money! If your looking for some asian flare but are on a budget Martin's has you covered. This week Martin's is offering Mrs. Paul's Parchment Bake Tilapia which is easily marinated in
a simple glaze containing a little soy sauce and lemon zest for a cost of $3.99 for two servings. Just remember to watch it on the soy sauce if you are worried about your sodium intake.
Founded in 1983, Steel City Samiches has become an Indiana tradition. Located at 15 N. 7th St. in downtown Indiana, the restaurant offers an authentic yinzer experience with food options rivaling Pittsburgh's
famous Primanti Bros.
However, Steel City is Certainly not Primant Bros.
Food Quality 3/4
The Loaded potato is the blog to beat when searching for great tasting, budget friendly food in Indiana, Pa. We'll explore and report on campus, restaurant and grocery store food in order to root out awesome food picks
from the not so great. In order to accomplish that goal we consider price, convenience and quality.