Not a very clean place. At 11:30 they should still be pretty clean, but our booth had crumbs on it and the floor in front of the drink machine was sticky. TV in the corner, stuck on CNN, was overly loud (didn't help that we sat right under it). Service was a bit gruff. This is an "order at the counter we'll call you when it's ready" sort of place. I ordered a reuben a la carte (rather than the platter) with a side order of pita bread. My receipt had me worried: it said I had ordered a chicken gyros and a hot tamale, but when they called my number I got the right thing. Apparently I saved $.25 when the lady at the counter pressed the wrong button. Sandwich came neatly wrapped, diagonally cut, with two slivers of pickle wrapped into the bundle but not against the bread, rather artistically pleasing. Unfortunately, the wax paper wrapping held the moisture against the toast, increasing the sogginess, and the pickle, as Jim pointed out, tasted like a cucumber: hardly any pickle flavor at all. The sandwich was a little soggy in the middle of each bottom bread slice (which is hard to avoid with reubens, but I've had better). The bread itself was a toasted marble rye, with good flavor, perhaps the best part of the sandwich. Corned beef was piled in the center of the sandwich rather than spread evenly, which probably contributed to the sogginess. Seemed rather generically meat-flavored, not bad but uninteresting. Sauerkraut was rather lifeless, not much flavor there either. I have to admit, I was pretty hungry when I got there, so I wolfed down all but three bites before I realized there was no 1000 island dressing. Though the sandwich seemed reasonably sized, I was still hungry after it and the pita, so I ordered some onion rings. I had to stand up at the counter and wait for them because for some reason I didn't get a receipt with an order number for them. They were tasty though. I can't really say I enjoyed this Mr. Gyro's experience, which is about par for my previous experiences there. The sandwich itself was decent, and reasonably priced, but next time I think I'll try the drive-up window.