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Mar 29, 2012 02:22 PM

Arby's Turkey Reuben..

Outstanding with it's sauerkraut, sliced turkey, swiss cheese, thousand island dressing on grilled marble rye...$4.99 and I added a little horsey sauce since I have a thing for that stuff and it was off the chain good.
My DH had the regular reuben and said it was excellent.

Anyone else try this thing of beauty?

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  1. Anyone try the regular or turkey Reuben?
    It is SO good..

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    1. re: Beach Chick

      Somehow, the thread title "Arby's Turkey Reuben" gives me the willies. Thinking more logically, it is probably quite good.

      Then again, another word for "rube" is "turkey," so it makes sense. How is the rye bread it is served on?

      1. re: Tripeler

        Hey Trip..
        The bread is a marble rye and it was fresh, thick and delicious..
        I asked for extra thousand and sauerkraut and I couldn't stop making those yummy sounds.

        1. re: Beach Chick

          Will check it out the next chance I get.

          Thanks for the tip, BC.

    2. Did another road trip to AZ a couple of weeks ago and stopped at the Arby's in Yuma for the delicious Turkey Reuben..
      I asked for more sauerkraut and asked if they could lightly toast it up for me with extra thousand..
      Holy crap, this is one good sandwich.
      Yes, it is fast food but the turkey was shaved all white meat, on marble rye and I got a couple of those horsey packets, which I love and I was good to go with a large brewed iced tea.

      Another road trip this week and I can't wait to get me another one of those bad boy Turkey Reubens!

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      1. re: Beach Chick

        They are not bad for fast food but they never toast the bread enough for me.

        1. re: Dax

          Concur totally with you Dax on that.

          Arby's doesn't have a griddle..what's up with that?
          It still kicks serious ass over any other options..except, In and Out but I only eat a double double once a year and that's pushing it.