Turkey Classic Sandwich

Turkey Classic SandwichThis also used to be a regular Arby’s menu item, but now it is only “found” on the Arby’s secret menu. Essentially, it is an Arby’s regular Roast Beef Classic sandwich made with Turkey instead. So if hot turkey on a sesame seed bun sounds like a good meal for you, ask for the Turkey Classic. And remember: turkey can be substituted for roast beef (or any other meat) on any Arby’s sandwich. So, if you prefer turkey, or are trying to cut down on red meat, just ask your sever to substitute turkey, and they will be happy to make the switch.

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Arby’s Melt

Arby’s Melt

This used to be a standard menu item years ago, but now it has mostly disappeared from the Arby’s menu, though you can still find it in some locations. It is a regular Roast Beef sandwich, on a sesame seed bun (which, BTW, also has poppy seeds a toasty o...
Bacon Beef ‘n Cheddar

Bacon Beef ‘n Cheddar

So – who doesn’t like bacon? And who doesn’t like an Arby’s Beef ‘n Cheddar sandwich? Wouldn’t you like to have them both –together? In one place? Well now you can! Just ask your server to put bacon on top of your Beef n’ Cheddar. It’s that simple. The ...
Double Stacked Reuben

Double Stacked Reuben

Really good for hungry people!! This Arby’s secret menu item is available seasonally – when Reuben sandwiches are on the menu - and it is not available in all locations. It is, simply put, a Reuben Sandwich with twice the meat. So, instead of get...
French Dip Max

French Dip Max

  Available in most locations, this is a French Dip and Swiss sandwich with twice the meat. . It is a large sandwich. We’re talking 7 ounces of meat (double the regular amount ) with Swiss cheese melted all over and running down the sides….Ok, it’...
Jr. Deluxe

Jr. Deluxe

This is a kinder, healthier (only 260 calories) version of the Jr. Roast Beef sandwich. It is basically a Jr. Roast Beef Sandwich on a sesame seed bun, topped with fresh with fresh toppings - like tomato and lettuce – with just a dab of mayo for a...
Meat Mountain

Meat Mountain

This just sounds kinds of scary. It’s basically every kind of meat at Arby’s, plus cheese, somehow balanced between two buns. So, we’re talking roast beef, ham, roast turkey, chicken tenders, corned beef, brisket, steak, bacon plus cheddar and Swiss...
Roast Beef and Swiss

Roast Beef and Swiss

This is just a mountain of wonderfulness, and it is only available to people who know about Arby’s secret menu. Picture this: Arby’s roast beef, topped with brown mustard, mayo, lettuce, tomatoes and onions. Arby’s then adds some melted Swiss chees...
Super Roast Beef Sandwich

Super Roast Beef Sandwich

Another great “Arby’s secret menu” find, the Super Roast Beef Sandwich is a roast beef sandwich topped with fresh ingredients (tomato and lettuce). But instead of the “touch of mayo” found on the some of the other “fresh” sandwiches, (like the Jr....
Turkey Classic Sandwich

Turkey Classic Sandwich

This also used to be a regular Arby’s menu item, but now it is only “found” on the Arby’s secret menu. Essentially, it is an Arby’s regular Roast Beef Classic sandwich made with Turkey instead. So if hot turkey on a sesame seed bun sounds like a go...
Turkey n’ Cheddar

Turkey n’ Cheddar

Add red ranch sauce to a hot Turkey Sandwich and you get a yummy treat. This sandwich is served on an onion roll. It’s piled high with turkey, the sauce and cheddar cheese . It is available in all locations. To order, ask for a Turkey ‘n Cheddar (or...
Turkey Reuben

Turkey Reuben

This is kind of self-explanatory. It’s a Reuben Sandwich made with turkey instead of corned beef. You still get all the tasty elements of a Reuben sandwich – the sauerkraut, the Thousand Island Dressing and the marbled rye bread – but you get the l...
Ultimate BLT

Ultimate BLT

Yes – it is just what it sounds like: the regular Arby’s BLT (bacon, lettuce, tomato, on wheat) - only more of everything. It is one of the best of Arby’s sandwiches supersized. For bacon lovers, this sandwich has five (count them: five) strips of ba...

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