EC San Francisco has a great location in the Financial District, just one block from Market Street, BART, and Muni Metro, close to the Ferry Building and to Union Square, and easy walking distance to Chinatown. Still, like most office districts in major cities, it is not known for fabulous restaurants. The cuisine here tends more toward the goal of getting some food into as many office workers as possible in a short time.
However, just because one has to eat in a relative hurry doesn’t mean being reduced to “golden arches,” or unidentified parts of chicken. There are a lot of workmanlike places near EC, serving well-made and tasty food, rapidly, and at acceptable prices. One popular place to get lunch is the Crocker Galleria, which features a large number of small restaurants serving a wide variety of cuisines, both for eating at tables under the arched glass roof, or for takeaway. You can pick up a burrito, Indian chaat, Chinese, Japanese, or a variety of soups and salads. Quick, tasty, and just what you need to get you through an afternoon of learning English at EC San Francisco