I ordered the Reuben sandwich, and after a 15-minute wait it arrived, looking delicious. In taking my first look at the sandwich, it was obvious that there was a huge wad of corned beef stuffed into the sandwich. The corned beef tasted great, and the rye bread also had a nice flavor—the bread was grilled to be nice and firm, and yet not crunchy. The caraway seeds in the rye gave it a little kick. They put one slice of Swiss cheese on the bottom piece of bread, but there wasn't a corresponding one against the top slice of bread.
The sandwich had a hint of sweetness to it. Overall the Reuben tasted quite juicy, but amazingly the juiciness stayed inside and it didn't really drip out of the sandwich, which so often happens with a Reuben. The sauerkraut and the dressing blended together very well—they made their presence known, and they added to the overall juiciness of the sandwich without causing distraction.