Best Food Court San Francisco 2007 - The Food Emporium
At Westfield's shiny new food court, aka the Food Emporium, a real effort was made to avoid the inevitable dreary, fatty, fast-food mall food-court vendors (Chick-fil-A and Cinnabon, anyone?). This food court features small local chains offering a wide array of fresh international fare. Among the more interesting offerings are Amoura (Mediterranean and Middle Eastern, including a combo platter of hummus, tabouleh, and crunchy falafel), Andale (Mexican, with homey mole de olla chicken stew and pork chile verde, as well as tacos and burritos), Coriander Gourmet Thai (specialties include spicy stir-fried green beans with pork and tom kha chicken made with coconut milk), and Sorabol Korean BBQ and Asian Noodles (in addition to Korean thinly sliced grilled meats such as beef bul gogi and chicken dak gui you'll find hearty bowls of udon and other noodles). The modern d?cor, with green plants, high ceilings and light-colored wood furniture, gives the place an airy feel, despite being located in the Centre's basement, aka the Concourse level.