Nice little place, adequate parking, clean and bright. The staff was very friendly and helpful, I only subtracted for having to stand in line and order, and because they don't appear to take credit cards. Presentation was on a styrofoam plate with a plastic fork; entirely adequate, but I have to subtract a bit here too in comparison to places that use real china and silverware. On the other hand, because of such measures, the price was very reasonable. I was able to get a reuben platter with good fries, good macaroni salad, two pickle spears (which I ignored: don't much care for pickles), and a drink for a price that would only get me a reuben at some other places we've been. Beverages can be purchased in cans from a cooler for $1, or from the fountain with free refills for $1.17 (if I remember right). I opted for the can because I was able to get caffeine-free Diet Coke that way: not many places serve soda that's both diet AND caffeine-free. I also asked for and recieved a complimentary cup of ice, because I hate drinking out of cans. The reuben itself had good quality corned beef in good quantity. The rye bread, swiss, and kraut seemed to be in ample supply, but they were hard to taste because of the dressing. The dressing was good, a homemade Russian rather than the typical thousand-island (which makes it an even more traditional reuben than is usual), but there was just too much of it. I seemed to have a big dollop of it in the middle of both slices of my bread, and it sogged right through (it might also have helped if the bread was more thoroughly toasted). If there had been less dressing, and it was spread out more evenly, this would very likely receive an A on taste, and that's exactly what I intend to ask for the next time I go back.