An important thing to know about Which Wich is that they specialize in “sub” style sandwiches—so you aren’t going to get your typical rye bread for a Reuben. You can order white or wheat, and I ordered white bread for my Reuben. You can also order it hot or cold, and I chose hot. There are also three sizes: regular, large and super; I went with the “large” size, and the pricing and size listed above reflect that selection.
After waiting about 10 minutes, they called my name to pick up my order. It was rolled in paper, which I unwrapped to examine how the sandwich was constructed. As mentioned above in the presentation section, the corned beef was against the bread, and everything else tucked in the very middle of the sandwich.
The corned beef was thinly sliced, and had a good flavor. The Swiss cheese was not super noticeable on the sandwich, but the dressing and the sauerkraut both came through in a good balance to the amount of corned beef on the sandwich. I would describe the sauerkraut and dressing to have a tangy and somewhat sweet taste that gave the sandwich a welcome little kick of flavor.
The only downside to the sandwich was the bread. It was good bread. But since it was a sub-style sandwich, the taste of the bread really dominated the overall flavor of the sandwich. So if you don't mind an appreciable quantity of white or wheat bread in your Reuben, it’s a good sandwich overall.