It looks like a student's haunt - and is probably quite popular with the local younger generation - but I quite enjoyed this place.
The scaffold out front looks like they're renovating the place, but is actually part of the décor. At the bar they invited me to take a seat and they'd bring the menu over - I opted for their local beer and a dish that consisted of beef stew served upon a layer of chips, something that's traditional. It was cheap, tasty and filled a gap, but I'd not think of it as fine dining (it could have done with some veg to the side).
If you're looking for a relaxing place to read a good book, do a crossword, natter to friends or conduct some uninterrupted artisan activity then this is the place to go. It's a bit dim and dingy with some tranquil piped music... but I felt welcomed and engaged as a customer there so I'll happily return to try out their other dishes (and beer).