Arby's is mostly known for their tender and juicy roast beef, and rightly so.
They also offer a variety of other choices, mostly things that one would consider "healthy" or "fresh".
DO NOT waste your time with those.
I will teach you how to have the best experience possible.
Step by Step Guide:
1.You walk into Arby's. Take a moment to absorb the room: the smells, the people, the menu.
2. Approach the counter. You will be greeted.
3. When prompted, ask for the Beef n Cheddar combo.
4. They will ask you what size you would like. ALWAYS get the large.
5. They will ask you what kind of fries you would like. ALWAYS get curly fries.
6. They will ask you what kind of drink you want. I have found that an ice cold Mountain Dew best compliments the meal but your mileage may vary, so I will leave this one for you to decide. Don't fuck it up.
7. Pay for your food.
8. Eat your food(this is the best part).
P.S. - Try taking a date there! it is a great way to show her you are a man of discerning taste.
Arby's is one of my biggest weaknesses, especially when they have those 3 for $5 coupons. I eat for the whole day on $6 (I have to get a value menu curly fry too). Although this is probably horrible stuff I'm putting into my body, my comfort food gene is satisfied.
I've only seen one other roast beef chain and it was in Indiana and I dont' even know if it exists anymore. Theres a reason why there aren't any other roast beef francises out there, it's because Arby's is just that good. Roast Beef sandwiches with cheese, bacon, lettuce and more but it's not just roast beef, it's chicken too. Chicken that puts plenty of other fast food chicken to shame with it's chicken sandwiches and chicken … more
Arby's has been around for awhile and I do recall getting their roast beef sandwiches from time to time while living in California. But ever since moving to Texas and going on business trips back east, I eat Arby's with regularity. Personally, I prefer their French Dip & Swiss sandwich. Some of my friends claim the new baguette isn't all that good, but I disagree. I think it's pretty tasty. And their roast beef is very tasty! I … more
Wasn't it Homer Simpson who said, "I'm so hungry, I'd even eat Arby's?" I should be ashamed to admit my love for Arby's. Is there of anything of ANY nutritional value on their menu, save for their Martha's Vineyard Salad? No, there isn't. Now, my next queston: is there anything really, really tasty on the menu? Why, yes there is! Take your pick. The beef n' cheddar, the french dip, the mozzarella sticks, the arby-q..and the world famous curly fries. You cant go wrong. Your … more
Usually when I go to Arby's the only thing I ever got was a roast beef sandwich. I got tried of those pretty quickly and decided it was time for a change. So I ordered the chicken salad sandwich one day. It was the best sandwich I'd eate in a while. It was just the right amount of ingredients and loved how it had grapes and nuts it in. It's now my fovorite sandwich there.
The only thing I get at Arby's is roast beef sandwiches and curly fries. Every so often I'll get a chicken sandwich. But, the distinguishable facets of the Arbys menu are exactly that, it's roast beef sandwiches and curly fries. The only roast beef I like is the stuff at Arby's. I'm not sure if it's because it's fake and I actually don't like roast beef, but I don't care. It's delicious, and they have great 3 for 5 or 5 for 5 deals. Mmm, I wish I had some right … more
Apr 16, 2010
Apr 17, 2010 03:20 AM UTC
About this restaurant
It is primarily known for selling roast beef sandwiches, chicken sandwiches, potato cakes, curly fries, and chicken strips. The company's target market attempts to be more adult-oriented than other fast food restaurants. The Arby's menu also includes appetizers, salads, Market Fresh (deli-style) sandwiches, wraps, and submarine sandwiches.