New Smokehouse Pork Belly Sandwich from Arby’s

Arby’s Smokehouse Sandwiches have some new additions.  You might remember we reviewed the Smokehouse Brisket Sandwich a few years ago and last year we reviewed the Smokehouse Turkey Sandwich.  Smokehouse ArbysFor the latest Smokehouse update, Arby’s has introduced the Smokehouse Pork Belly Sandwich and the Smoke Mountain Sandwich.  Here’s the rundown of the full line-up:

  • Smokehouse Brisket: We set out to make a sandwich with layers of smoky flavor, and this is the result. Our brisket is smoked for at least 13 hours in a pit smoker in Texas. We top that delicious smoked beef with smoked gouda, crispy onions, mayo and BBQ sauce and serve it all on an artisan-style roll.  600 calories, 35 grams of fat, 12 grams of saturated fat, 1240 milligrams of sodium, 42 grams of carbs, 2 grams of fiber, 7 grams of sugar, and 33 grams of protein
  • New Smokehouse Pork Belly Sandwich: Our Pork Belly is hickory smoked and sliced extra thick, for a more tender style of bacon. Then we layer it with smoked cheddar, BBQ sauce and crispy onions. And if you don’t think it’s better than bacon, try our bacon.  860 calories, 61 grams of fat, 23 grams of saturated fat, 1540 milligrams of sodium, 49 grams of carbs, 2 grams of fiber, 13 grams of sugar, and 29 grams of protein
  • Smokehouse Turkey Sandwich: Our smoked turkey isn’t “smoke flavored.” It’s smoke infused. We smoke it for eight hours over mesquite wood in a smokehouse in Texas. Then we put it on an artisan style roll and top it with smoked cheddar, crispy onions and white BBQ sauce to make our Smokehouse Turkey sandwich. If you’ve never had smoked turkey before, this is the best place to start.  500 calories, 24 grams of fat, 8 grams of saturated fat, 1340 milligrams of sodium, 44 grams of carbs, 2 grams of fiber, 6 grams of sugar, and 31 grams of protein
  • New Smoke Mountain Sandwich: What if Arby’s combined all of their slow-smoked meats into one gigantic sandwich? What if smoked brisket, smoked pork belly, and smoked turkey came together in smoky harmony? What if all that smoked meat was slathered with BBQ sauce, smoked cheddar, and crispy onions? The answer to these questions is “I’ll have that.”  800 calories, 46 grams of fat, 18 grams of saturated fat, 1910 milligrams of sodium, 50 grams of carbs, 2 grams of fiber, 13 grams of sugar, and 49 grams of protein


38 comments on “New Smokehouse Pork Belly Sandwich from Arby’s

  1. Bryan says:

    I tried the smoke mountain and it was one of the greatest fast food items I’ve ever had.

    Great value for the price too

  2. hroea says:

    wow, a fast food place serving pork belly? this is kind of insane, I wish the arby’s near me didn’t turn into a roy rogers now

  3. Jake says:

    “And if you don’t think it’s better than bacon, try our bacon.”

    That line doesn’t make any sense (but the sandwich looks good).

  4. holly says:

    meh, just tried the new pork belly. disappointing. their barbecue sauce is way too sweet and there is no flavour to the pork belly, and it was kind of burnt from the reheating process.

  5. Ryan D says:

    I’m pretty sure the Smoke Mountain would kill me if I ate it. But that is not gonna stop me from trying it.

  6. M-Logan says:

    Pork Belly – what izzat exactly??
    Sounds pretty fatty- which I don’t mind, as long as I can’t SEE the fat….

  7. Jonathan Wayne says:

    The pork belly was pretty damn good, my dog loved it especially, probably hopes I get it every day. It is very fatty though, that’s something you definitely get once in awhile unless you want to be on those I’m 400 pounds shows.

    • Barnaby says:

      I think at this point like 1 out of 10 people are 400lbs, it’s practically common ever since people can use their food stamp cards for taxpayer-funded fast food & take-out feasts. American “poverty”.

      • Robert says:

        You can’t use food stamps for fast food. And nice job, bringing politics into this thread for no reason at all.

      • Kung Pao Fajitas says:

        1) Fast food places don’t take food stamps
        2) The reason why so many people are obese in this country is because healthy food is way more expensive than unhealthy food.

        • doctorx0079 says:

          Fruits and vegetables are not way more expensive than unhealthy food in this country. I think a big reason why so many people are obese in this country is that so many people eat for pleasure and don’t care about their health.

          • doctorx0079 says:

            It is arguably better to be a bit overweight than malnourished.

          • Clark W Griswold says:

            Depends on what state you live in.

          • doctorx0079 says:

            How so?

          • Mark says:

            Are you joking? Fresh fruits and vegetables are far more expensive than unhealthy food. A head of lettuce is around $1.50 whereas I can get a whole mcchicken for the same price and be full. Or a pound of apples is around $2-3, or about 50 cents to a dollar an apple, but you can buy two cans of spagetti o’s for that. Mass produced packaged food is incredibly cheap. Heck even a pound of chicken breast on sale is sometimes $2, cheaper than apples!

          • doctorx0079 says:

            Around here, fruits and vegetables are not way more expensive than unhealthy food. Maybe move to Ohio??

  8. Matt says:

    I’ve been waiting for that Smokehouse Turkey to come back! Hallelujah!

  9. MW says:

    Did anyone else read the description for the Smoke Mountain Sandwich in the Arby’s commercials narrator’s voice?

  10. Taylor says:

    The Pork Belly sounds good is it’s fully cooked. If it’s not, it will be terrible. I NEVER eat turkey at Arby’s. They keep pushing it as a lost cost high profit item and I’m not biting (pun intended). I’m also not ordering most of the chicken options that fast food places are pushing these days. I want beef either ground or roast. The Chicken Cordon Bleu is a good chicken sandwich. Chicken sandwiches are not burgers nor are turkey ones.

  11. Matt says:

    No matter if you like mayo or not, i don’t see how it should ever be on any kind of BBQ sandwich

  12. doctorx0079 says:

    Arby’s “regular” roasted turkey used in their other sandwiches is actually pretty good! When I had it, it was fairly tender and juicy, not dried out like you usually get on a sub sandwich.

  13. MP says:

    Broke down and got the pork belly, you could actually *see* stripes of fat on it, so disgusting. Why would anyone want to chew on fat? Stick with the turkey.

  14. labelle says:

    I tried this today on a whim. Wasn’t my cup of tea. Didn’t like when i got a bite with mostly fat (i know, it’s pork belly), but liked when it was mostly meat. Only noticed pork belly, bbq, and cheese. I guess it wasn’t a bad sandwich, I don’t know. Apparently, I’m not much of a pork belly fan, and too sensitive to the oil/fat. Would rather have the bourbon bacon brisket or brown sugar blt.

  15. Matt says:

    Ok…..I usually never eat fast food….but this intrigued me. Not gonna lie……it was fantastic and by FAR the best fast food sandwich I ever had. It was borderline good enough that if it was at a real smokehouse and I ordered it I would be very impressed. I too was a bit shocked by the mayo being included but it actually added a great element to the sandwich. If it was left off it may be a bit too sweet but mixed with the onions and bbq sauce it added a nice extra ‘tang’ to it. If anything, the only negative would be the cheese. The flavor and texture is pretty nonexistent. Probably the only purpose it serves is as a glue. I’d rate this a solid 9 out of 10.

  16. M-Logan says:

    I really WANT to try this, but the “chewing the fat” aspect really turns me off… we’ll see how long I can resist. Maybe until they quit offering it LOL

  17. Josh says:

    Tried the Smoke Mountain last week. Wow. Best sandwich I’ve ever had at Arby’s. I’m seeing a lot of people say that their pork belly was fatty, mine wasn’t. The way it was cooked, it was more like a bacon roast. Very good sandwich. Arby’s does know how to do meat.

  18. Sascha says:

    These are back, except I didn’t see advertising for the turkey.

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