Reuben Menu Description
Village Reuben ($7.99): Grilled corned beef, swiss cheese and sauerkraut on marble rye bread. Served with a side of 1,000 Island dressing.
Included Side Items: Potato chips and a pickle spear
Reuben Sandwich Metadata
Presentation: The sandwich was on grilled marbled rye bread, cut down the middle and served with both halves facing forward. It came on a fiesta-ware type of plate next to the potato chips, with a small crock of dressing in the middle of the plate. The sandwich was constructed with the corned beef directly against the bottom slice of rye, followed by sauerkraut and Swiss cheese beneath the top layer of rye.
Delivery Time: 6 minutes
Dimensions: 672 cm³ (14 cm x 12 cm x 4 cm)
Bulk to Cost Ratio: 84 cm³/dollar
- Overall: A (4.5/5)
- Atmosphere: A (4.5/5)
- Service: A (4.5/5)
- Taste: A- (4.2/5)
- Value: A (4.5/5)
- Presentation: A (4.5/5)
This restaurant is on a charming brick street in the German Village area of Columbus with a very residential neighborhood feel. The building feels like it was built in the early 1900s and has exposed brick walls inside and a tin ceiling. There is an old bar in the middle of the room, and the restaurant has a great atmosphere. We had very quick service when we arrived, with a Reuben delivered in 6 minutes. The rye bread was thin, but quite tasty. I liked the dressing on the side so I could apply as much as I wanted. The corned beef was a nice tasty mass in the middle of the sandwich. The sauerkraut was okay. I upgraded to the kettle chips, which was a good choice. While there was nothing remarkable about the sandwich's taste in general, it is a solid offering and I recommend stopping to sample one at the Old Mohawk when you are in Columbus.