Culver's didn't start out on the right foot as they delivered my order to my table with the printout that said "Reuben" and what appeared pretty convincingly to be a Ham and Swiss sandwich. After bringing the matter to their attention a few minutes later, I was given the correct order. The bread on this Reuben got soggy pretty quick. The meat they used was pretty decent, and they had flavorful sauerkraut and good-sized cheese. Both the dressing and the sauerkraut was a little light, but the flavors were still able to make it through for a good blend. The bread was very lightly grilled--possibly since my order was a re-do, but it could have sat on the grill just a little longer. The restaurant itself was pretty clean and the dining area in good shape (which is to be expected since the restaurant is relatively new), but I was surprised that the straw dispenser was already empty before 11:30 a.m. I've never had the Reuben at Culver's before, since it seems to be a newer offering, and I must admit that for the price, it's not a bad investment.