Sodexo has won a three-year catering contract extension at City, University of London, with the potential for a further five-years.
The new contract also includes provision of catering services for Cass Business School.
Sodexo has been the university's catering partner since 2014, providing services at the main Northampton Square campus.
The service provider opened a Crussh outlet in the university's main building in Northampton Square in London serving a wide range of Crussh's healthy food and drinks.
As part of the new contract, Sodexo will relaunch the main restaurant with new offerings such as its street food Planted! and Dough & Go pizza, as well as Starbucks coffee at the university's courtyard café.
Sodexo will also introduce kiosk ordering points for Dough & Go pizzas and Yardbird chicken to alleviate queues at peak times.
At Cass Business School's Bunhill Row and Aldersgate sites, Sodexo's offering will include street food-style menus and cuisine from around the world.
The social enterprise Change Please, which supports the homeless through every coffee sold, will remain at the university. Change Please provides homeless people with full barista training, jobs paying London Living Wage and support with housing, bank accounts and mental wellbeing.