This place is a combination deli and international food market. In this case, "international" mostly seems to mean "Russian." They did have Kinder Eggs though, and those are Italian (and I did pick up one for each of the kids). There are only three small tables with two chairs each: they're pretty much patio furniture, but they were comfortable and elegant enough. You order at the front counter, wait for your order to be prepared, and pay when you leave. You can grab a drink from the refrigerator: I had a 20oz Diet Coke with Lime for $1.19, something I wouldn't normally be able to drink with a Reuben. Service was friendly enough, but pretty slow, especially with so many of us there. I just had the Reuben and my drink: I couldn't identify many of the side items in the cooler, and wasn't feeling that adventurous. Maybe the way the fresh fish were staring unnerved me, I don't know. Our sandwiches were served on black china plates with no flatware, just a napkin. The sandwich had a good flavor balance. The bread was nicely crisp after toasting, and though it was a rye it had no caraway flavor. The pastrami was lean and had good texture, and was it good quantity. I thought at first that it wasn't processed, but since it was sliced off a loaf behind the deli counter I must have been mistaken. I could taste the cheese, which is always a plus: I finished off Christina's sandwich, which she had made with American cheese (heretic), and it wasn't as good. Overall it wasn't the best Reuben I've had, but it was good, at a decent price, and in a fascinating setting, and that's definitely worth something.