We called in here for a meal whilst on holiday in Wales in September. I wouldn't usually go to a Wetherspoons thanks to so many bad experiences of their food but we chanced it and we weren't left disappointed.
We had mains with some sides which all arrived hot and fresh looking. I had gammon which was very tasty and it appeared that whoever was plating the meals had decided to give me a portion of what seemed like a million peas - but rather too many than not enough. My better half had the mixed grill which I'm informed was very nice and as good as those at places like our local Sizzling or Marstons pub.
The pub itself - converted from an old cinema - has a curious layout but it's an interesting and very attractive building inside. Toilets are a bit awkward to get to but nothing too challenging. The pub did smell a bit beer-y when we first got there and the bar area seemed to be full of relatively hardcore daytime drinkers. However I can't complain about the meal and given the price point of Wetherspoons pubs it's pretty much a case of getting what you pay for.
If we were in the area then I'd call again.