I got one for $4.99.
Arby's latest (and possibly greatest) slogan is “We Have the Meats” so let’s start there. The ham, salami, and pepperoni all provided their unique flavors to the heart of the sandwich. There wasn't an overwhelming amount of meat like the name might imply, but I was full when it was over.
I was a little perplexed as to why Arby’s chose Swiss cheese for this sandwich instead of provolone, but it didn’t feel out of place. It melted in with the lettuce and other produce and really just served to keep them together at the bottom. Speaking of produce, it was a major non-factor on my Loaded Italian. I had to check to make sure onions were actually on the sandwich. They were, but I just couldn’t taste them. The tomato provided a light flavor, but was also mostly lost under the flavor of the condiments and stronger ingredients.
Overall, I enjoyed Arby's Loaded Italian sub. It hits the most important marks for making a good Italian sandwich. I would have liked some stronger produce, specifically onions, but that could have just been a case of my store not using the freshest ingredients.
Nutritional Info - Arby's Loaded Italian sub
Calories - 630 (from Fat - 320)
Fat - 36g (Saturated Fat - 12g)
Sodium - 2470mg
Carbs - 27g (Sugars - 5g)
Protein - 31g