They are 25 years old. The view is exceptional on a clear day. You see the yachts bobbing on the water, framed by the bay and the Golden Gate Bridge.
If you eat nothing but the appetizers, you will be amazed. They had a gorgeous heirloom tomato salad and corn chowder (vegan if they left out the creme fraiche). Those were 10s. The bread, from Acme, was impeccable. The butter was amazingly sweet. Also, I greatly enjoyed their herbal tea.
Unfortunately, the rest of the meal was not as great. The entrees were on the bland side. Vegetable brochettes with pumkpkin basmati rice was pleasant, but nothing special (a Vegan item). The spinach fettucine (egg based) was surprisingly bland. I am very salt averse, and enjoy delicate flavors, but I badly wanted salt in this case.
Dessert was a disaster. I had a chocolate pavlova. The meringue tasted of RAW egg whites, and was drowned in a sickeningly sweet pool of raspberry sauce. Inedible except for the chocolate sorbet.
(For Minnesotans, this is what Good Earth in Roseville/Eden Prairie tries to be, and falls far short)