This article provides information about where you can eat on campus.

There are several catering locations on campus: 

Cafe

Location

The Library Coffee Shop

University of Portsmouth Library, Cambridge Road, Portsmouth, PO1 2ST

The Hub

Dennis Sciama Building, Burnaby Road, Portsmouth, PO1 3FX

St George's Coffee Shop

St George's Building, 141 High Street, Portsmouth, PO1 2HY

Arts Cafe

Eldon Building, Winston Churchill Avenue, Portsmouth, PO5 2DJ

Park Coffee Shop

Park Building, King Henry I Street, Portsmouth, PO1 2BZ

St Andrew's Coffee Shop

St Andrews Building, Winston Churchill Avenue, Portsmouth, PO1 2UP

901 Internet Cafe

Anglesea Building, Portsmouth,PO1 3DJ

Portland Coffee Shop

Portland Building, Portland Street, Portsmouth, PO1 3AH

Third Space Cafe

(Students' Union)

Upstairs in the Students' Union, Cambridge Road, Portsmouth, P01 2ST

Upstairs in the Union building is a secret Starbucks just for students. It’s part of the Third Space social learning venue with comfy sofas, group working spaces and large picnic benches.

The Waterhole Bar

(Students' Union)

Students' Union, Cambridge Road, Portsmouth, P01 2ST

Serving hot student bar food including legendary burgers and hot and cold drinks.

Cafe Coco

(Students' Union)

Gun House, Cambridge Road, Portsmouth, PO1 2EF

A boutique cafe serving a selection of home-cooked foods and specialist teas, coffees and cold drinks. Cafe Coco is just like a proper local tea room on campus.

 

Opening times

Most of the University catering services on campus are open from 8am on weekdays. They serve right through the day for your access during lectures.

The only places that will serve food in the evening are the Library (until 20.00 in the first term) and the Waterhole Bar/Student Union (until late/close).

Map

Take a look at the map to see where the cafes are.


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