BSCS students should rely on the choice of available shops and restaurants this respect. Besides, the Dormitory offers a student kitchen in the common area. The Orientation Week gives detailed information about on-Campus student restaurants, nearby supermarkets, food stores, etc. Special needs such as vegetarian, cholesterol-free, or religiously approved (Kosher, Islamic, etc) food is increasingly common in Hungary and should be obtained relatively easily.
Living costs are relatively low in Hungary, by most Western standards. For comparison, an average daily shopping may cost 2000 Forint (10 USD), and dinner in a reasonable city restaurant starts in the same range. A complete lunch in a student restaurant costs ca. 500 Ft (ca. 3 USD).