Each food court is a cluster of 6 or 7 restaurants with food ranges from Thai, Vietnam, Korea, Japan, China, Italy, etc. Hundreds of people dine at these two food courts each day.
a type of cafeteria found in many shopping malls and airports featuring multiple food vendors or concessions
a type of cafeteria found in many shopping mall s and airport s
Separate area of a shopping mall with fast-food chains.
A food court is a type of indoor plaza contiguous with the counters of multiple food vendors and providing a common area for self-serve dining. In the United States, food courts became popular in the 1980s in shopping malls and airports. Food courts are sometimes found in other tourist areas, such as Quincy Market in downtown Boston, an historic market that has been entirely converted to an indoor food court.