We ate with a group of four people at 20.21 in the Walker Art Museum. Even if the food was mediocre, and it wasn't, just getting to the restaurant by going through the museum is an experience in itself. Once, there, the restaurant is not very large, but most of the table have a view out of the large picture windows that line one wall of the dining area.
Our whole party thought that the menu was great and had plenty of variety. We shared a few appetizers. We also had four main dishes. Everything was superb, with the exception of the butter fish, it was prepared properly, but the flavor was just not that intriguing to anyone at our table. The wait staff was very knowledgeable about the menu and the wine list. If, and only if, you order a full bottle of wine, you are served a special appetizer that is not on the menu and they will not sell it to you. The appetizer is a tuna tartar sashimi mixture served in a cone of fried seaweed. It is spectacular and you only get one. When our meal arrived, I was very happy when the staff served each person a portion of everything that we ordered. I only had to eat.