FAST FOOD NEWS: Arby’s Miami Cuban and Texas Brisket Sandwiches

Arby s Miami Cuban Sandwich

Update: We reviewed the Miami Cuban! Click here to read our review.

Update: We reviewed the Texas Brisket! Click here to read our review.

Arby’s has rolled out a new line called Sandwich Legends that includes a trio of menu items inspired by regional flavors. One of the three, the Double Reuben, is a returning sandwich, but the other two are new — the Miami Cuban and Texas Brisket.

The Miami Cuban features two meats — slow-roasted seasoned pork loin AND pit-smoked ham. They’re topped with yellow mustard, pickles, and Swiss cheese on a sub roll.

It has 510 calories, 20 grams of fat, 9 grams of saturated fat, 95 milligrams of cholesterol, 1520 milligrams of sodium, 45 grams of carbohydrates, and 38 grams of protein.

Arby s Texas Brisket Sandwich

The Texas Brisket Sandwich has smoked brisket, crispy onion strings, dill pickle slices, and Texas-style BBQ sauce on Texas toast.

It has 620 calories, 29 grams of fat, 8 grams of saturated fat, 1 gram of trans fat, 85 milligrams of cholesterol, 1450 milligrams of sodium, 53 grams of carbohydrates, and 37 grams of protein.

If you’ve tried either one, let us know what you think in the comments.

(Images via Arby’s website.)

8 thoughts to “FAST FOOD NEWS: Arby’s Miami Cuban and Texas Brisket Sandwiches”

  1. The Texas Brisket is kinda disappointing. Might as well get the normal Brisket. The bread on the Texas is leathery – doesn’t even pretend to be “toast”. The taste seemed identical to the normal Brisket, plus… a pickle slice. Woo.

  2. The last two sandwiches I’ve had from Arby’s were absolutely horrible, so I’ll skip these. I’d hate the Cuban one anyway.

    1. The article states “If you’ve tried either one, let us know what you think in the comments.” so why would you leave a comment that you haven’t and won’t try them?

      Just seems silly to me.

  3. I had the Cuban today. It was remarkably much better than I had expected. Great amount of meat, good pickle placement and plenty of mustard. I would get it again, but I’m looking forward to the other offerings first!

  4. I asked for a price of the Miami cuban meal, no where does this site show it, false advertising to get people to your site.

  5. I grew up eating real Cuban sandwiches in PR. They’re made with roast “pernil”, I.e. roasted fresh ham (uncured pork leg), Serrano ham, mustard on the bottom, Swiss cheese, pickles, and butter on the top, in Cuban bread or “pan de agua” (crusty French bread is the closest). I’m curious to try. Sounds better than Subway’s abomination.

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