Yes, it is inside the Benaroya Hall, down the hallway and past the bathrooms...keep going; but the food was great! Get three courses because they are just the right size. Little bite sized pieces of yellow beets with a touch of mint and a light vinaigrette; about four ounces of perfectly cooked (you could request rare) halibut with a hint of spice on a bed of sauce-infused mixed rice with a modest touch of very small peas and diced carrots, topped with a bit of thinly julienned green and white vegggies, garnished with one each white, purple and yellow one-inch pansies (I did eat all three); finished with the Theo (I think) chocolate cake with a light taste of tart mango filling. Calm, quiet, casual. Arrive 1.5 hours before the symphony begins...you have to have symphony tickets to get in.