The day's special was the beef pot pie, but I ordered the Reuben. The Reuben is on the menu under Melts, but there is no description for it. The sandwich came to the table after fifteen minutes, and wasn't cut at all. Really, a good Reuben sandwich presentation needs to have the sandwich cut in some way, whether somewhat diagonally, or even straight across. The plate that the sandwich was served on was quite small, and barely fit the sandwich and chips, along with the condiment cup of Thousand Island dressing.
While the sandwich looked quite humble, the corned beef was very good. It was corned beef brisket that had been cooked just right, and had all of the nice sections that would separate nicely due to having been made until it was perfectly tender. This wasn't any kind of sliced deli meat—you knew this beef was from a real cow. I didn't taste any fat on the meat, either.