New Loaded Curly Fries from Arby’s Coming Monday, December 28th

Starting on Monday, December 28th, Arby’s will be offering new Loaded Curly Fries.  Loaded Curly Fries feature Arby’s classic Curly Fries smothered in Cheddar cheese sauce and topped chopped pepper bacon, shredded cheddar cheese and drizzled with parmesan peppercorn ranch sauce.  Loaded Curly Fries ArbysPriced at $2.99 or alongside the Classic Roast Beef, Beef n’ Cheddar and Crispy Fish Filet sandwich as part of a 2 for $5 mix and match deal in select markets.

7 comments on “New Loaded Curly Fries from Arby’s Coming Monday, December 28th

  1. Darrell Martinsen says:

    Excellent! Can’t wait to try these! Always wondered why they didn’t have something like this.

  2. Snackeroo says:

    I hope Jack in the Box offers something like this in the future.

  3. Richard says:

    So now every fast food joint is going to go on the loaded fries bandwagon NOW??

    Wendy’s did and McDonald’s in Australia did it this year as well.

  4. Bubbs says:

    Sounds delicious, I was up for this until I saw the 3 buck price. I love the curly fries when done right, but you often get a couple fat and tightly-coiled soggy curls that take up most of the container and then a couple crunchy shards. This promo is for a value-size portion fries on a flat tray with the toppings, so they’re up-charging $2 for a smattering of condiments, skimping on cheese (they won’t be “smothered”, they control cheese portions tightly). Thankfully for the same price I can get a 2 lb bag of them at the grocery market and have a dozen portions to top as I please. 🙂

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  6. Sascha says:

    Went with the 2 for $5 deal today and got these and a fish flatbread. The sandwich was quite good, nothing new or out of the ordinary, but I really liked the flatbread BBQ sandwich from fall and the fajita one was decent as well, and I think I like the fish flatbread better than the sandwich.

    The fries were the winner. Decent size portion, got very little cheese sauce and more shredded, and was grateful for that. I had also tried the Wendy’s gouda fries a few days back and those were completely taken over by the cheese, which was kind of clumpy. The Arby’s fries were much better, with the real winner being the ranch sauce, and the fact that unlike with Wendy’s, you could taste the bacon.

    6.75 on the flatbread
    8.00 on the fries

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