By Dylan Valic, Editor In Chief
Students entering Hillwood Commons may have noticed a bustling kitchen in the room next to Subway. This kitchen has been closed since the start of the spring semester, but now houses the campus’s newest eatery, Sazon Mexican Grill.
Featuring a menu of quesadillas, Sazon takes the place of Bamboo, a ramen shop that used to operate in Hillwood. Students will have a choice between cheese, chicken, beef, or vegetarian quesadillas.
Students had disagreements over the quality of the food.
Sophomore education major Alexandra Smith likes the food and is happy to see it come to campus, while sophomore psychology major Kristina Lavardera thought the food was “okay.”
“They weren’t very consistent. I got it yesterday and today, the first day the chicken was shredded, today it wasn’t [and] it was very greasy,” she said.
Junior criminal justice major Schuyler Valensky loved the food and described it as “bussin.”
Both sophomore education major Brooke Tanner and Valensky agree that while Sazon is better than Bamboo, it doesn’t compare to Twisted Taco, the eatery that had previously been in that location.
Students who are interested in trying Sazon’s food can visit them in Hillwood Commons during common hour.