The leaves are changing, the temperature is dropping and you may be craving some of the best foods of fall, like freshly carved turkey, pumpkin pie, or a spiced cider. No need to wait for the holidays to roll around, you can have a delicious hot Grand Turkey Club at Arby’s®. Arby’s is “slicing up freshness” with the new Grand Turkey Club. It’s served on a toasted Harvest Wheat bun with turkey sliced fresh in-store, served hot with melted Swiss cheese, pepper bacon, leaf lettuce, tomato and mayo. This is more than just a sandwich. The new Grand Turkey Club has true “craveability!” Learn more here.
Turkey ‘n Cheddar ClassicThinly sliced oven-roasted turkey topped with cheddar cheese sauce and zesty Red Ranch sauce on a toasted onion roll and served hot. Take one bite and you’ll know why this new “classic” will be an instant legend.
As a lifelong fan of Arby's it doesn't take much to convince me to try their new menu items. While I'll always love a regular roast beef sandwich, they have made me fall in love with a ton of various other menu items like their loaded potato bites and French Dip Sub. When I heard they now had Turkey Roasters, I was definitely in to try one. So one day this week I headed to the closest Arby's around on my lunch hour. I was surprised by an unusually long line even though I was on the early side for lunch...maybe everyone else was craving turkey too! But the line moved quickly and I was about to order my Turkey Classic quickly. (In case you forget which turkey creation you were craving, my Arby's had great signage in the drive thru with info.)
I grabbed my Turkey Classic and headed back to my office. Even though it took almost 15 minutes to get back, it was still nice and warm.
Because I couldn't decide what to put on it I went plain. It was really good without anything else on it but I could see it with ranch, BBQ, mayo, mustard or I was even thinking a little hummus would have been good on it.
I loved the Turkey Classic. It has that very comforting turkey taste. Almost like I should have had a side of mashed potatoes to go with it. Next time I think I'll try the Grand Turkey Club (no tomato though). I only went with Classic because I couldn't tell what all came on the Club and I can't eat mustard and I could have asked but the sound quality of the drive thru was horrible so I just went safe instead. But I can only image that a little peppercorn bacon would make the this turkey creation even better!!!
In an effort to minimize my calories for lunch, I just grabbed a sandwich Arby's also has delicious sides like loaded potato bites (not available at all locations though), potato cakes, mozzarella sticks and curly fries. And of course don't forget their yummy shakes and desserts. And don't forget the kids, they can now get a Turkey and Cheese in their kids meal.
More info on Arby’s: http://www.arbys.com
Have you tried Arby's Grand Turkey Club?