Arby’s Secret Menu: Yummy Sandwiches That’ll Make You Drool
Arby’s is clearly one of the most underrated fast food stops in the United States. You won’t find greasy burgers within, only quality roasted meats which they turn into delicious sandwiches. The Arby’s secret menu takes it one step further and allows you to order even more delicious creations. Here’s how their secret menu currently breaks down. Let me know if I’m missing anything so I can go try it for myself (and add it to this article too).
Bacon Beef ‘N Cheddar
Order this off the secret menu and they’ll take the classic Beef ‘n Cheddar and add a couple strips of thick-cut pepper bacon.
Every once in a while you’ll see this sandwich pop-up on their regular menu too.
Super Roast Beef
Not sure what makes this sandwich so “super”.
It’s simply oven-roasted roast beef, lettuce, tomatoes, topped with their kinda spicy Red Ranch sauce.
All sandwiched between a tasty sesame seed bun.
If you’re a meat lover, you will love the “Meat Mountain” sandwich off the secret menu.
This bad-boy is stacked with chicken tenders, roast turkey, ham, then some Swiss cheese.
After the Swiss cheese it gets even better with brisket, Angus steak, corned beef, cheddar cheese, roast beef, then a slice of pepper bacon for good measure.
Impressive to say the least.
The Meat Mountain will surely give you your protein needs for an entire week, and calorie count too I’m guessing.
As a BLT lover, the Ultimate BLT looks really good to me.
Comes with Arby’s thick cut pepper bacon, crisp lettuce, tomato, and mayo.
The bread they’ll use is their “honey wheat” which is quite tasty and healthy.
French Dip Maximus
If you love the French Dip sandwich at Arby’s, you’ll really love the the “Max” version.
Order it and you’ll get their French Dip with twice the amount of roast beef.
If you suffer from a lighter appetite the Jr. Deluxe might be for you.
Think of it like a Whopper Jr. at Burger King.
They’ll take a smallish sesame seed bun, pile on some thinly sliced roast beef and add lettuce, tomato, and of course some mayo.
Update: Sadly, I’ve been told this little guy doesn’t exist anymore at corporate franchises.
Roasted Ham and Swiss
Not sure why this one isn’t on Arby’s regular menu.
It’s created with toasted honey wheat bread, oven roasted ham, lettuce, tomato, red onions, Swiss cheese, mayo and spicy brown honey mustard.
It makes for a tasty sandwich for those not craving their roast beef.
Roast Beef and Swiss
This is the same sandwich as the Roast Ham and Swiss above, minus the ham, add the roast beef.
Roast Turkey ‘n Cheddar
If you’re looking for something healthier than the Beef ‘n Cheddar consider the Turkey ‘n Cheddar.
You’ll get all the same roasted goodness but with less calories and fat.
Double Stacked Reuben
Any secret menu item that includes the words “double” or “stacked” is gonna be tasty, guaranteed.
The Double Stacked Reuben is no exception.
This sucka comes with twice the corned beef as the normal Reuben. Then they’ll add sauerkraut, Swiss cheese, thousand island dressing, all sandwiched between toasted marble rye bread.
A healthier version to Arby’s Reuben is the turkey alternative.
You’ll still get the same sauerkraut and thousand island dressing, served on toasted rye bread, but they’ll substitute roasted turkey instead of pastrami.
Ask the Reader: Have you ever tried anything on Arby’s secret menu? If so, was it a good or bad decision?
By Kyle James
Photo credit to Mike Mozart.