Date of Review 2003-11-25, 11:31 a.m.
Sandwich name Reuben
Price Per Reuben (PPR) $6.95
Reuben Delivery Time (RDT) 18 minutes 
Reuben Dimensions 12x10x2.5 cm (300 cm3
Included side items pickle spear, tomato slices, lettuce
Bulk to cost ratio 43 cm3/dollar 

Reuben Ingredient Matrix (RIM) Rye bread Corned beef Swiss cheese Sauerkraut 1000 Island
Brickyard Crossing Golf Resort X X X X X

Description (taken from the menu):
Reuben: none

Sandwich presentation:
The sandwich was served on a china plate next to some greenery, tomato slices and a pickle spear (and optionally with onion rings, as shown). The sandwich was on dark rye bread, cut diagonally. The bottom slice of bread held Thousand Island dressing followed by Swiss cheese and sauerkraut. This was covered by a slice or two of corned beef below the top slice of bread.

Reuben Eater Rankings
Matthew Durkee A- B A A+ B A-
Chris Rowland A- D+ A A- A B+
Brian Skiles B+ B- A- A- B+ B+
Summary A- C+ A A B+ B+

Reuben Ruminations:

: OK, the Reuben was a bit small. It could be considered an appetizer Reuben. It was tasty but needed more of everything. On the bright side you have room left to order a dessert if you choose. The sandwich came with one of the best pickle spears I have had. Very nice. I also ordered the onion rings. Those were good, they were as hefty as the Reuben was small. This is a place you come for the atmosphere. The dining area looks out onto the golf course on two sides of the room. It was very pleasant to look out upon the landscaping. ()

: This sandwich was tiny! The bread was very thin, also. Despite its size, the Reuben came through with a good balance of tasty ingredients. The architecture at this place made it feel like I was dining in the concourse of an airport. It had a nice view of the golf course, though, and was clean and bright. I probably wouldn't come back for the Reuben (just due to the low bulk to cost ratio, the taste is okay) but the onion rings were wonderful and would be reason enough to come back for something else. ()

: The sandwich was pretty small without large amounts of any ingredient. The first two bites I had almost no sauerkraut. Although more sauerkraut was present in subsequent bites, I found the quantity to be insufficient. That served to detract from an otherwise well-balanced Reuben. The onion rings and pickle on the other hand, were first rate. ()