Especially when it costs only 40 calories more to double your fish and add some cheese? Yeah, we're not sure how that math works, either Ends up, not so much
As the "budget buy" of the bunch, I find it kind of surprising that there's enough demand for this sandwich to keep it in rotation year-round.
The panko breading is light on this somewhat trapezoidal fillet as they take a cue from Arby's to emulate an actual fish fillet shape
There are mixed reports as to when Arby's decided to get into "ocean meat," as a former executive for the brand it. I personally don't remember offering a fish sandwich
The last time I had this sandwich, it came on a sesame-seeded round bun with lettuce and tartar sauce only. Needless to say, whoa, has it changed since then
When Wendy's came out with their premium fish sandwich, they came out hot, changing the game with cod, panko, and a buttered premium bun.
The fish that launched a thousand fish… or so it feels. This all-year classic was the first non-burger option to be added to McDonald's original menu back in 1965
This fish sandwich is a case where the bun does the heavy lifting… but we're definitely not mad about it. As you'd rightly infer from the name, this Deluxe version of the Arby's
The only one that wants to keep the spice train going, and the chicken sandwich kings are applying their exact same method to the new spicy version of their seasonal special
Arby's has the meats, but they're really digging their heels into bringing the heat as well. For the first time ever, their fish sandwich gets spicy