Arby’s debuts Arbynator sandwich, which has curly fries on it

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Those of you who have endured the arduous process of lifting the top bun off your roast beef sandwich, placing curly fries on top of the meat, and then returning the bun to its place—you’ll suffer no more. Arby’s has introduced the Arbynator, a limited-time sandwich with curly fries inside, which the chain is billing as “the most Arby’s sandwich ever.”


The sandwich includes thinly sliced roast beef topped with curly fries, cheddar sauce, Arby’s sauce, and Horsey sauce on a sesame seed bun. It is available Nov. 19 through Dec. 23 in classic, double, and half-pound sizes.

The Takeout’s judgment? We see no problem with this. Curly fries or French fries on a sandwich sounds perfectly fine. As you were.

Kate Bernot is a freelance writer and a certified beer judge. She was previously managing editor at The Takeout.

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God I wish there was an Arby’s near me. My area is pretty limited when it comes to fast food options... which I suppose is for the best, but still.

We have McDonald’s (a.k.a. “Clown Place”, as Wendy’s calls them on Twitter), BK, Wendy’s, KFC/Taco Hell and we just recently got a Chick-fil-A about a year ago. (I’ve omitted Subway, which is neither fast nor food.)

I’d love to try this Arby’s sandwich, but the closest one is about three hours away. I’d also love some Jack in the Box or Culver’s. I could eat about 100 of the Culver’s chicken tenders... I don’t know why they’re so good.