Date of Review 2005-01-05,
Sandwich name Reuben
Price Per Reuben (PPR) $11.99
Reuben Delivery Time (RDT) 15 minutes 
Reuben Dimensions xx cm ( cm3
Included side items Fries or cole slaw, plus a pickle
Bulk to cost ratio cm3/dollar 

Reuben Ingredient Matrix (RIM) Rye bread Corned beef Swiss cheese Sauerkraut 1000 Island
Top of the World Restaurant and Lounge X X X X X

Description (taken from the menu):
Reuben: Grilled marble rye bread laced with 1,000 Island dressing stacked with deli corned beef, Swiss cheese and sauerkraut.

Sandwich presentation:

Reuben Eater Rankings
Carl Rothenbacher A- A A A+ B+ A
Summary A- A A A+ B+ A

Reuben Ruminations:

: The Top of the World restaurant, is located at the Stratosphere, the tallest hotel in Las Vegas. The restaurant is 880 feet up, overlooking all of Las Vegas downtown and the Strip, and the Sierra Nevada mountains in the background. Sunny day, with some haze. They brought bread to tide us over, along with butter sticks shaped like little Stratosphere towers. The restaurant is normally $50 for dinner, and we got about $50 worth of ambiance with our meals, making it a great value. In any case, it was a wonderful contrast to more terrestrial Vegas eateries, which often have tourists walking by and the ring of slot machines in the background. The tower spun as we ate, and we could see the movement of the tower's shadow like a big sundial on the buildings below. We started out facing north toward downtown, then east (toward the mountains) then south (toward the Strip). Classy marketing: the dessert tray slowly rotates its way into view right when we were wrapping up our meal. The Reuben itself was good, but the bread was a bit soggy from an overdose of Thousand Island. Overall it was a great experience featuring luxury, peace and quiet, and a good Reuben. ()