After ordering the sandwich, it was quickly prepared, taking only ten minutes until it was ready. Their sandwiches come in two varieties: overstuffed and half-stuffed. You can get the Sloppy Paul (the name of their Reuben sandwich) with either corned beef, pastrami, or both. I opted for both, so I could also get a taste of their pastrami. I wasn't disappointed. I think that their meat is one of the things that they are proudest of--especially being a delicatessen. And they demonstrate that by the way that the sandwich is served, cut in half and placed on end so that what you see when you pick up your order is a lot of meat, right there, in your face where you can't miss it.
The sauerkraut and Russian dressing were also very tasty and I thought that they blended very well with the sandwich. The sandwich halves came wrapped in wax paper of some sort, I am assuming to cut down as much as possible on the messiness factor. However, it was still very messy. I used 3 napkins through the course of the meal, which is quite a lot for me.