September 8, 2007

Arby's Southwestern Mini Egg Rolls

arbyseggrolls.jpgSouthwestern Egg Rolls are an ubiquitous menu item at most of the "American" style chains, such as Chili's. Personally, I've always loved them, so I was very excited to see these on the menu at Arby's. Their version is about a quarter of the size of a traditional egg roll, to make them more bite-sized. They are packed full of black beans, corn and cheese, with just a hint of spice from some jalapenos, and served with Buttermilk Ranch dipping sauce. The taste was delicious, but they're a bit of a "gut bomb" for lunch, even just getting the 4-pack (they also come in 8-packs).

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Posted by Lindsey on September 8, 2007

Just looking at those makes my stomach recoil in horror.

Posted by: Rita at September 15, 2007 7:24 AM

I just heard they no longer have these and I thought they were great.

Posted by: Mike at November 6, 2007 7:54 PM

they still have these in tennessee. i just bought some today and they were soooo good. especially with the chilli-lime sauce. i was actually looking for the nutritional value when u came across this website

Posted by: Jenn at November 9, 2007 3:47 PM

I had no idea that Arbys had egg rolls... I will be looking for them on the menu the next time I eat at Arbys

Posted by: Jill at January 21, 2008 7:51 PM

The Arby's in Grand Rapids, Michigan just began selling these in December 2008. I was disappointed because both Chili's and Applebee's removed these from their menus.

Posted by: Arby's Fan at January 3, 2009 2:14 PM

I was very dissappointed when Arbys took this item off their menu

Posted by: Tungie Moore at March 3, 2009 10:05 AM

My personal experience: While I thought this this menu item showed a certain flair and daring on behalf of Arby's chef team, and I on behalf of myself sampled a 4-pack, unforto it made me, pace, around a car in a sickness. I prefer the northeastern string chees taco from New Hampshire Rhodesia. Ar first glance your resturant reminds me of a second home, ceilings high, prices low, smiles as warm, roast beef. My grandfathers memories from the war were close to that of long john. The silver stride is golden gild. Tastes surpreme that grandma (no war experience) could never talk o' bell to. I'm a sensible man who has paid his due and achieved his dream. I deserve souff, souff west, the best. Eggz Rolled.

Posted by: Matty Hall at July 11, 2009 11:47 PM

THEY'RE BAAACK! Actually I just tried them for the first time & thought they were tasty :)

Posted by: KRISTYN at January 7, 2010 4:14 PM

By the way, that is currently at Charleston, WV's location...but I imagine most are all participating right now....?

Posted by: Kristyn at January 7, 2010 4:16 PM
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