I got a small combo for $8.49 but the sandwich alone was $5.59.
With so much emphasis put on the smokiness of the sandwich, I have to say I was ultimately underwhelmed by it. Arby’s claims the turkey was smoked for 8 hours in Texas but I couldn’t tell. However, that could be because they put so little turkey on my sandwich (Ed. note - There was plenty of turkey on mine). At almost 10 bucks after tax on the combo, I should have ideally been stuffed. I will say it was incredibly tender, so I suppose they have that leg to stand on with their smoking claims.
The white bbq sauce, which I understand is mayo based, was creamy and a bit zesty. I liked it more than I expected I would. The crispy onion straws added a nice crunch consistently to the sandwich. The bun was soft but consistent. Again though, it didn’t really have much weight to hold up.
Nutritional Info - Arby’s Smokehouse Turkey (217g)
Calories - 560 (from Fat - 250)
Fat - 28g (Saturated Fat - 10g)
Sodium - 1430mg
Carbs - 44g (Sugars - 6g)
Protein - 36g