The sandwiches came in a timely fashion, and the first thing that struck us was that the sandwich had extraordinary dimensions. The bread was extremely long and narrow, and the sandwich somewhat thin. I've never seen this configuration of bread for a Reuben before. It would definitely be a top contender for sandwich surface area, but definitely not volume.
The most notable part of the sandwich was the bread. It seemed to have been toasted and then grilled. It was quite crunchy and chewy with a good rye flavor. However, the bread seemed a little over-crunchy and detracted from the rest of the sandwich, overpowering the other flavors somewhat.
The corned beef layer of the sandwich was not thick overall. It was sliced in long, narrow slices, just like the bread. It certainly didn't extend past the confines of the sandwich. Since the sandwich was so thin, the thinness of the beef layer actually worked well with that. The beef seemed to have been grilled separately, and was decent quality.
The Swiss, sauerkraut and dressing were average and seemed in the right proportions. I would definitely get this sandwich again if I were to return.
We had the seasoned fries with our sandwiches, which were very tasty. The pickle spear topped off the experience nicely.