The sandwich was cut horizontally and wrapped in wax paper with a pickle spear wrapped in separate paper. The corned beef was incredibly flavorful and tender and piled extremely high, and the bread was made in-house and delicious. The bread was toasted separately and the meat/cheese/kraut was all heated elsewhere--probably in a microwave. The Russian dressing was made in house and was extremely tasty and chunky. It could've been warmer and the bread wasn't very toasted, but it was still really good--some of the best corned beef I've ever had. Maybe next time I'll just get half a pound of their corned beef and make my own Reuben. The service wasn't very friendly and was pretty slow.