I had ordered the Reuben, and it came with nothing on the side--no pickle or anything interesting. I could have ordered it with chips or other side items, but usually a Reuben will come with a little something extra. The first thing I noticed was that the bread looked good. It was nicely grilled and had a good rye flavor with caraway seeds.
The sauerkraut was nicely tangy but not drippy, and the Swiss cheese tasted good. I didn't really notice the 1000 Island dressing, it looked like they had spread a little of it on one of the pieces of bread and then entombed it with the cheese.
My son, Steven, and I agreed that the big disappointment in this sandwich was the corned beef--it was a rather bland lunch meat style that you might get from any grocery. It was slippery and the slices slid around easily and unevenly. The corned beef was the least tasty part of the sandwich. In fact, the sandwich had everything in place to be a good Reuben except for the meat. If they could fix that, then it would be a reasonable sandwich. I mean, the price was excellent! A Reuben for under $6! But with better meat on it I would have gladly paid $8 or $9 for something delicious.