Ian Dam: Yep, it's a Reuben. Yep, it's a chain.
Matthew Durkee: It was a fair Reuben. There was nothing wrong with it, but at the same time there was nothing really right about it. I'm not sure what it was. I may need to eat another and ponder its flavors again.
Carl Klutzke: This place has a fun movie motif, with posters decorating the walls. Service was friendly. The place settings include metal flatware and paper napkins. The sandwich was served on a china plate, and the dressing came in a black plastic cup on the side. The fries were fairly typical. The sandwich was tasty, but didn't have much of a rye bread flavor. It also may have been just a bit on the small side: I was still a little hungry afterward.
Chris Rowland: The Thousand Island on the side was nice and tangy. The bread was tasty, too. I thought the corned beef was above average and the sauerkraut was not bad. When we came here for lunch, it was a pretty good sandwich. However, I came here later the same night with another group of friends to order the Reuben a second time. That time, it came out with no dressing, and with lettuce and tomato on the sandwich. Needless to say, the quality control here is somewhat lax. This second Reuben failed big time. So I am hesitant to give this place good scores--but if they do it right, it was a decent sandwich.
Gregg Zion: Meat was a little dry, for what there was of it. Tasted and looked a little "heat-lamped." Russian on the side a good move. Conversation was livlier than the sandwich.