This has the nicest decor of anyplace so far, seemed quite clean. Disco music was playing from the speakers a bit too loud, but I kind of liked it: I guess I'm getting old. Presentation was very nice, with a real china plate, lettuce and pickle garnish, and cottage cheese in a little china crock (I'll probably get the salad in the future, but the seasoned chips were tasty too). The sandwich itself looked nice, with awesomely toasted marble rye and sauerkraut spilling out. But it was, well, bland. The meat didn't have much flavor. All that sauerkraut and I couldn't taste it. Cheese was unnoticeable. Bread was merely crunchy, with no rye flavor. And there wasn't much dressing either. It didn't taste bad, but it just didn't have any flavor to speak of. I think we flummoxed the waiter, coming in as we did, and he just seemed to get more and more flustered as time passed. He tried to do a good job, and was friendly, but his anxiety got the better of him and he had a hard time remembering what he was doing. I guess he thought we were professional reviewers or something.