Our friendly server returned with the drinks, and we took a few extra minutes to decide on our meals. My dining companion settled on the Niko’s Burger ($11.50 regular, $13.50 with the upgrade) with the sweet potato fries upgrade and I ordered the steak sandwich ($16 regular, $20 with the upgrade) with a cheese curd upgrade for a side.
The Reuben egg rolls arrived shortly after, and though we originally thought we would be taking a few as leftovers, we finished them off in a hurry.
They came out piping hot, served with a side of Thousand Island dressing for dipping. The corned beef inside of them had a naturally savory flavor, and while I enjoyed the dressing with them, my dining companion preferred them without.
Niko's Red Mill also has Italian beef egg rolls that I want to try now too.