If you love a good juicy reuben, boy do we have some good news for you! We pulled together the best places around South Australia that are nailing this classic corned beef sandwich.
BRKLYN: BRKLYN on Rundle Street have established themselves as a very popular destination to get a New York deli style reuben sandwich. It’s their biggest seller on the food menu and have a stream of people who regularly come in to have a reuben! Their $17 reuben is filled with pastrami, provolone, sauerkraut, secret sauce on rye with dill pickle and crisps. Extra pastrami – $4.
Delicatessen Kitchen & Bar: Delicatessen Kitchen & Bar has grown from an original modest Waymouth Street Bistro to a now including funky speakeasy cellar and bar. They try to do their best to combine comfort food with an exciting selection of drinks which can be reflect via their version of The Reuben with 150g salt beef, sauerkraut, Russian dressing, Swiss cheese and roquette, all for $18
Fair Espresso: Located down James Place and also down the Central Market, their take on what they call the ‘New York Reuben’ consists of New York pastrami beef with sauerkraut, organic cheese, homemade pickle aioli (which we were told is to die for!) on a dark rye bread – all for $10.50, talk about a bargain.
Fred Eatery: Located in Aldgate, FRED is the perfect eating house for the local community, passers-by and destination diners in. Their delicious Reuben by Fred has corned beef, sauerkraut, Swiss cheese, Russian dressing, and cornichons on toasted light rye sandwich for $22.90.
My Kingdom for a Horse: A crowd favourite for brunch and right in the heart of the city, My Kingdom for a Horse is located on Wright Street. They have their own ‘Wright St Rueben’ with finely sliced corn beef, house made sauerkraut, swiss cheese and Russian dressing on light rye. All of that for only $16.90
Mullygrub: Mullygrub can be found at Mclaren Vale where they cover an array of tastes, built by passion for simple good food made from scratch. Their $20 reuben sandwich contains smoked pastrami, assorted pickes, swiss cheese and Russian sauce. They also have their own food truck so if you’re wanting to organise something special or have their reuben come to you, make sure to contact them via their website here.
Proof: Located on Anster Street in the CBD, Proof bar not only boasts a range of local and international wines and innovative cocktails, but also a great menu to accompany your beverage of choice. For the month of May 2019, Proof are featuring The Reuben as their sambo of the month. It looks insanely delicious, so pop in to get your hands on one.
The Flying Fig Deli: North Adelaide’s New York inspired Jewish deli is smoking their own pastrami and pickling their own sauerkraut for the greater good of reuben lovers alike. This Reuben is made with juicy corned beef, house made cabbage, kohlrabi caraway sauerkraut, Swiss cheese, Russian dressing on dark rye and pickles for $21 – it’s to die for!
However, guys… there aren’t only great reuben sandwiches in Adelaide. You can also get a reuben bagel from Hello Sarnie in Adelaide.
Hello Sarnie: Hello Sarnie started with a dream to bring convenient, healthy, freshly made, on-the-go food to Australia. All their food is freshly made each morning from high quality locally sourced ingredients. Quick and convenient, if you don’t have time to stop and have a reuben then you have to try their Reuben Bagel to go. The Reuben Bagel is served toasted with silverside beef, Swiss cheese, pickled gherkin, sauerkraut, baby spinach and sarnie seasoning for $8.95
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