TRU's on-campus meal options are rough. You could go to the Den and get pub food, or Tim Horton's. The best place to eat is Scratch Cafe but it has such limited hours. Off campus at Landmark there is now a ramen place, a bubble tea place, and a healthy meal-prep place, but that's not a convenient walk if you just want something quick when you're at your dorm.
Urban Market in the Campus Activity Centre is not bad and is a lot healthier than the Den, but there's no place to sit.
I found myself buying most of my lunches from The U&M Deli on the 2nd floor of Old Main. Their chicken shawarma on rice was decent and filling for under $10.
If you don't have an undergraduate degree, perhaps this program is something you'd be interested in. But I find it funny that it says you can complete both programs in 6 years. You can complete any undergrad in four years in Canada and then attend a 2 year LLB program in the UK or Australia within 6 years. If you already have an undergraduate degree in Canada and you are specifically looking to study law abroad, then I would just apply to the applicable two year foreign law programs.