This restaurant is a tourist trap. Given its location as one of the last feeding stations before the southern entrance to Sequoia, that's not surprising. However, that doesn't mean they don't give value while they've got their hand in your pocket...just not great value. Keep your expectations low and you'll be alright. The wines were so-so but the glasses were well and truly filled. The food was good but nothing special. One, at least this one, can't eat five star every day...or even most days. Although we thought this place overpriced, it wasn't egregiously so. The view from the terrace was pleasant and somewhat exotic for a couple from other climes. All in all, despite being mildly fleeced, an enjoyable experience.