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Jan 31, 2018

Arby's Testing Cajun Fish Sandwich

Having already put out a Cajun Deep Fried Turkey Sandwich last year, Arby's is again looking at doing a Cajun Fish Sandwich, which is testing in Evansville, Indiana as well as Louisville, Kentucky.

The chain offered a Spicy Cajun Fish sandwich back in 2008, which was basically their Classic Fish Sandwich (now called the "Crispy Fish Sandwich") but with a spicy Cajun tartar sauce in lieu of regular tartar sauce.

I was told by an Arby's representative that the Cajun Fish Sandwich is a new sandwich. Be that as it may, the sandwich certainly sounds like the previously offered seafood sandwich; it consists of a crispy fish filet, Cajun tartar sauce, and shredded lettuce on a toasted sesame bun. What may be considered new is that, like Arby's current fish sandwich, the Cajun Fish is also available on flatbread and as a King's Hawaiian Deluxe sandwich (which replaces the sesame bun with a King's Hawaiian bun and adds tomato as well as a slice of cheese).

Photo via Arby's.


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