Penn State Dining To Host Special World Showcase Dinner April 12
Paging Mr. Worldwide, Penn State Campus Dining will offer trips around the world on Wednesday, April 12.
Beginning at 5 p.m., Penn State’s five dining halls will offer international meal options for its World Showcase dinner.
As part of the unique meal, entrees served will include cauliflower chorizo enchiladas from Mexico, pork char siu steamed buns from China, and a carving station with roasted lamb from Morocco. A bread and dip bar will also be offered as part of the international cuisine.
In addition to the entrees, Campus Dining will serve up internationally inspired sides as well. Soups, specialty salads, drinks, desserts, and more will be featured from France, Japan, Norway, Italy, and other nations.
Penn State’s dining halls are cashless, so interested students must use campus meal plans, LionCash, or credit cards as payment methods.
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