Does any one remember when Arby’s offered cole slaw on their roast beef sandwiches? cir. 1972 Please tell me I’m not going crazy but has a teenager I distictly remember they did????
The last time I was in an Arby’s was in the 70’s on St. Thomas, U.S., Virgin Islands. They sliced the RB to order as you describe.
the 5for5 isn’t bad. I throw away some buns & make 2 doubledecker,big mac looking things.
Don’t forget the Arby’s Sauce.
the jamocha shake has lost something too over the years
it depends on how much stuff they mix into it, cause sometimes I might as well order the vanilla shake.
I love the jamocha shakes, my diabetes doesn’t[:(]
The cheese sauce was way better about??? 10 or so years ago. I must try that Jamocha shake HotDog.
I like Arby’s now and then. The beef with the cheese sauce is really good; so are the potato cakes. Their Jamocha shake isn’t bad either.
I must agree w/ you Andrea! I used to like the Cheddar’s. They changed something. I still get the regs 5 for $5.95 from time to time. I do not think they are as good as a few years back but I still get em. I combine for extra meat and put lots of Arby’s and horsey sauce.
The Arby’s here in Versailles, KY, used to (for a short time) have the 1/3 pound burger and it was good. It wasn’t greasy, and the veggies were fresh.
They’ve ruined many of their sandwiches, IMO, the Super has a limp piece of lettuce and a sad tomato instead of shredded lettuce and nice looking and tasting tomatoes. The Beef and Cheddar ain’t what it used to be either. I think the only thing that still might hold a candle to the past is the plain Arby’s roast beef.
But, maybe I’ve just grown up!
Just do the 5 for $5.95 deal and throw away 4 of the buns. That also worked on 2 of the 99c BK whopers but those are long gone around here.
It’s tha horsee sauce I love.
The Big Montana, 1/3rd lb. ofroast beef. to bad they don’t offer it anymore. the large or giant does’nt have the same quantity of beef. too bad. don’t forget the Arbys Sauce.
I remember Lum’s doing that also…
"…when you saw a big roast and saw them slice off the meat for your sandwich, this was 1970’s…"
Hardee’s has always had hamburgers. The Thickburgers were jsut a new line of them that they came out with a few years ago.
It seems that Hardee’s Roast beef is exactly the same as Arby’s. It tastes that way to me.
Perhaps you are confusing Arby’s with Hardee’s? Not too long ago Hardee’s shifted to burgers (they called them "thickburgers") from roast beef. I don’t think it was terribly successful, though.
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