I went and got one for $5.69.
The flatbread and excess moisture aside, everything else was fairly nice.
The Angus beef offered a more satisfying meat texture over Arby's signature, very thinly sliced, almost-smooth roast beef. The Fajita seasoning was a bit sporadic with a more spiced flavor here and there; the roasted red and yellow peppers seemed to have the same seasoning.
The red onion, lettuce, and tomatoes are more or less standard with Arby's flatbread sandwiches, which left a familiar taste linking the Fiery Steak Fajita Flatbread to any previous flatbread sandwiches. The quality of the vegges were mostly good but the tomatoes were a just a little over-ripe and mushy.
Overall, Arby's Fiery Steak Fajita Flatbread was still pretty tasty despite some mishaps in the assembly. It's not a marked departure from a standard roast beef sandwich with lettuce and tomato but includes enough small changes to keep it interesting.
Nutritional Info - Arby's Fiery Steak Fajita Flatbread (309g)
Calories - 560 (from Fat - 230)
Fat - 26g (Saturated Fat - 8g)
Sodium - 1570mg
Carbs - 50g (Sugar - 6g)
Protein - 32g