|Gifford's cafeteria is open weekdays from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Delicious and affordable lunches are served from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Prepared by our professional chefs, meals are fresh and often incorporate local ingredients. In addition to the menu items below, we also have a deli, an amazing salad bar and feature Red Hen Bread for sale on Mondays and Thursdays. The cafeteria is also open for continental breakfast weekday mornings from 7-10:30 a.m. and hot breakfast from 7:30-9:30 a.m. Sandwiches, soup and often prepackaged meals and salads are available throughout the afternoon.|
Menus are subject to change.
Monday, Jan. 26
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Are you kidding?! This place should not be in a medical center, but a café all its own! I've never had food this incredible in any hospital or medical center in my life. More than that, it compares very favorably against most lunch places I've ever been to, as well!
Apparently, they are host to a few chefs from the New England School for Culinary Arts, or whatever the school is called. It shows. Day one: autumn harvest pasta with seasonal vegetables and a cider reduction. Say wha...? Day two: cream of onion soup with parsley oil and crab two ways.
Okay, that's just insane. And so incredibly delicious! For breakfast, they have homemade granola and locally sourced yogurt with actual vanilla seeds. I was completely floored by the quality of the food. This was an incredible find, and I cannot wait to visit again in the future!
Art T., Maryland
While visiting my friend in Randolph, I was a bit surprised when she and a buddy made excited plans to have lunch at the hospital. Hospital food? What, do they have the best Jello? Imagine my deep pleasure and surprise to find that this little gem is one of Randolph's best kept secrets (until now). I had a truly wonderful Nicoise salad ... incredibly crisp fresh green beans, tender yummy red potato quarters, capers, tomato quarter, greens and really delicious shrimp, all in a light well seasoned dressing, and the absolutely perfect serving size ... all for $5.50. Mind bogglingly good, well priced, and really delicious. I wish I worked next door. I would honestly eat lunch here every single day!
Dawn R., Seattle
Cream of Mushroom
Manhattan Clam Chowder
Cuban Chicken Thighs with Chorizo
Pork Salambocca with speck, sage, lemon butter sauce
Tortellini Pesto cherry tomato
steamed carrots w/craisins
roasted red potato
Tuesday, Jan. 27
Hungarian Goulash with egg noodles
Pad Thai (pork, shrimp, egg, scallion, bean sprout, peanut)
Black Bean and Cheese Tostada with salsa, sour cream
Wednesday, Jan. 28
Chicken and Broccoli Alfredo
Pork Potstickers with Asian slaw and ginger-soy sauce
Warm Cauliflower and Fennel Salad with Dijon-cider vinaigrette
Thursday, Jan. 29
Chicken Cordon Bleu
Grilled Bratwurst with warm potato salad and whole grain mustard
Cobb Salad (bacon, turkey, cheddar, blue cheese, egg, tomato, scallion herb vinaigrette)
Friday, Jan. 30
Seared Salmon cakes with mango salsa
Pasta Bolognese with garlic bread
Mid-Eastern Plate (hummus, baba ghanoush, tabouli, muhumra, pita)
jerk spiced rice