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Phx: Best Reuben sandwich?

Random987 Mar 5, 2008 07:25 AM

I am in the mood for a nice Reuben, but have no idea where to go (other than Chompie's).

Any suggestions?

  1. aztami Mar 8, 2008 11:12 PM

    I don't care for Rueben's but my SO loves them and thinks Grainbelt Grillhouse is the best! He made my try a bite and it was very good.

    Grainbelt Grillhouse
    302 N Gilbert Rd, Gilbert, AZ 85234

    1. johnseberg Mar 8, 2008 08:10 PM

      Something different is the flat bread wrap Reuben at Dish. I like it, because it doesn't have quite so much meat, and the cheese, kraut, and dressing have more impact.

      It seems like there are a lot of options, in town. I live within walking distance of Goldman's, so, it's hard to venture out.

      I didn't like Scott's Generations so much, but, I can see where some might. The meat was very thin, and there was no dressing. It came with big homemade skin-on fries.

      Goldmans Best Cooking
      6929 N Hayden Rd # C2, Scottsdale, AZ

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        winechef Mar 8, 2008 07:35 AM

        Scott's Generations on 7th st and missouri (in the same plaza as basha's) is the best I've had in town

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          phxcook Mar 7, 2008 08:21 PM

          If you're in the downtown Phoenix area, you might want to try Cheese & Stuff deli. More than somewhat reminiscent of a traditional New York deli.

          Cheese 'n Stuff
          5042 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85012

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          1. re: phxcook
            ciaogal Mar 8, 2008 05:21 AM

            I would recommend the Miracle Mile Deli.while they don't offer a traditional Reuben they offer sandwiches w/ swiss, saurkraut hot pastrami or corned beef and thousand island dressing on your choice of bread...the sandwiches are huge.....can't beat their corned beef or hot pastrami and their fries or potato latkes are amazing!

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