New Fire Roasted Philly and Three Cheese Steak Sandwich from Arby’s

New at Arby’s and available for a limited time only are the Fire Roasted Philly and Three Cheese Steak Sandwich.  We’ve seen minor tweaks to the Philly sandwich at Arby’s through the years and the latest looks to have changed the Swiss for provolone cheese and red/yellow bell peppers in place of the green.  The official description for the new Fire Roasted Philly reads like this, “Layer Angus steak on a toasted Philly sub roll. Top it with fire-roasted red and yellow peppers, provolone cheese, and roasted garlic aioli. Open your mouth. Insert this Fire Roasted Philly sandwich.”  Nutrition-wise you’re looking at 640 calories, 32 grams of fat, 11 grams of saturated fat, 105 milligrams of cholesterol, 1950 milligrams of sodium, 46 grams of carbs, 3 grams of fiber, 4 grams of sugar, and 42 grams of protein.
Arby's Fire Roasted PhillyThe Three Cheese Steak Sandwich description from the Arby’s website reads, “Arby’s stacked natural Swiss cheese, Cheddar cheese and Gouda cheese on top of tender slices of Angus steak. That’s why it’s called the Angus three cheese and steak sandwich. On account of the three cheeses. And the steak. ”  The sandwich also features creamy steakhouse peppercorn and crispy onion strings.  This sandwich will set you back 650 calories, 36 grams of fat, 15 grams of saturated fat, 115 milligrams of cholesterol, 1750 milligrams of sodium, 44 grams of carbs, 2 grams of fiber, 7 grams of sugar, and 42 grams of protein.

6 comments on “New Fire Roasted Philly and Three Cheese Steak Sandwich from Arby’s

  1. MP says:

    So now they’ve upped their game by calling their processed beef loaf “steak” instead of “roast beef”. If you can’t call your product what it really is out fear of making your customers feel disgusted, and you have to lie to them to get them to eat it, you should not be in business. God only knows what’s in their “cheese”.

  2. Mike D says:

    3 Cheese is wonderful. I get them to heat it less than normal so the Angus comes out rare/med rare. I only wish it had more sauce as it added a unique flavor and love the Onion strings on top!

    • Bubbsy says:

      There is no “heat it less” so it comes out rare. The roast/loaf is cooked to a safe med-well temperature before it is even sliced, by design (for obvious food safety in mass production reasons) the sandwich maker is not able to cook it less so that it is rare… either they’re messing with you or you just made that up.

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