I went there for lunch today and I enjoyed my meal. The decor is delightful and a bit whimsical. I ordered a dijon burger (swiss cheese, grilled mushrooms and onions, and dijon mustard) with fries (79 cents more) and a hot chocolate, 'cos I was cold.
I ordered my burger medium rare and it was cooked perfectly to that. The burger was juicy, and the menu indicates the beef is local. The combination of flavors on my burger was on the subtle side, but I enjoyed it thoroughly. I am particularly fond of pickles, and was pleased to get a real pickle spear with my burger, not some limp, mostly flavorless slices like some places serve.
The fries surprised me. They were incredibly crisp on the outside, but had a nice meaty potato quality to the inside. I looked at them closely and saw they'd been lightly dusted prior to frying. I asked and had that confirmed, they do use a flour-based product on the outside (so you gluten avoiders take note). I thought the coating added a lot to the fries and I was pleased by it. I didn't even use ketchup with them.
The cocoa was a bit expensive ($2.15) for a packet of swiss miss (though to be fair, they usually serve it with whipped cream and reeses pieces, I didn't want either of those, but there was no reduction in price for that). Still, I like swiss miss, so I didn't mind too much.
My bill (including tax) came to $11.53. That's a fair whack more than I usually like to pay for a lunch, but the price would have been fine for a dinner. The food was good and filling and the portions were very reasonable.