The places on Century Park East are better. The sit down restaurants are good. A short drive leads you to a world of opportunities.
But sometimes I (and several large buildings worth of people), just have time for the food court.
So here's my query:
What are the diamonds (well, slightly shiny stones) in the rough? What should I avoid? What are the hidden and quasi-hidden secrets?
So far, I'm a big fan (and by big fan, I mean of Great Khan's and the Gyro place, and the Tostada salad at California Fresh.
I'm asking for suggestions, stories, and anything else that comes to mind about the Food Court of last resort.