This was a very good Reuben, albeit a little small for the price. However, when you factor in the extras that come with the meal (applesauce, cole slaw and little pieces of sweet potato bread), it wasn't bad at all. The corned beef was in large, good quality slices, folded in half. The cheese (I am assuming from the dairy on site) was very good, but two slices would have been better. The kraut and Thousand Island was tangy and blended well. The bread was a little too thin and was grilled about right--mine arrived with a hole in the top, through which dressing was escaping. The restaurant is very popular, and has a finished barn motif. There is a large painting of a pastoral scene on the north end of the dining area complete with a barn and cattle. The other end of the dining room had shelves of toy tractors. I ordered the onion rings with my Reuben, and they were my favorite kind! My wife and I also ordered a strawberry milkshake, which was delicious. This is definitely a place to come back to and is worth a visit.