Our party did order five Reubens, so I seemed to get the "short" end of the bread, with pieces that looked like quite near the end of the loaf where they started to angle quite a bit and diminish in size. So I actually took the photo of someone else’s plate, since mine looked so sad.
The Reuben overall had a much “spicier” flavor than you typically encounter on a Reuben. Perhaps it's some seasoning in their house-made corned beef, or something in their “deck” sauce. A couple of us did note that there was something that seemed like grilled green pepper in the sauce, which is highly unusual for a Reuben. Overall, the sauce didn’t seem to measure up to Thousand Island or Russian dressing, and had overall a flavor that had too much of a mayonnaise flavor.
The sandwich was quite poorly assembled and uneven. It was cut diagonally, and one piece had none of the sauerkraut and sauce on it. The sauerkraut wasn't crisp, but quite soft and smooshy.
The good news is that our server, Joseph F, was quite accommodating and courteous. He was awesome and the restaurant was beautiful. However, Reubens are not really their “thing.” I recommend coming to the Sugar n' Spice, but recommend that you stay away from the Reuben. Actually, I should have known that since they tipped us off quite clearly by labeling their sandwich the "Not So Reuben Reuben." I guess I am pleased that there is truth in advertising. So if you’re looking for a Reuben that’s “Not So Reuben,” then this may be the place for you.