The corned beef on their Reuben had very thick slices, with a noticeable amount of fat still throughout the meat. As you can likely see from the photo, there was quite a layer of sauerkraut and the sandwich had a strong sauerkraut flavor, although not overwhelming. The Thousand Island dressing was a little light—I wished there had been just a little more. The rye bread was thick and the crust of the bread had pumpernickel overtones.
Overall this Reuben was grilled just right and the sandwich tasted good. I substituted the onion rings for the crinkle cut fries, and they did not disappoint.
While the sandwich was great, overall I gave the experience a B+, as the atmosphere and service could have been a little better. I would certainly eat the Reuben here again if I'm ever back through Heath, Ohio.