The world's only roast beef sandwich fast-food chain.. In Short Since 1964, when the first Arby's opened in Ohio, its roast beef sandwiches have been a popular hamburger alternative. The chain's signature red-and-tan color scheme and cowboy hat signage make it easy to spot. The menu features several variations on the classic Arby's sandwich--thin-sliced beef topped with barbecue sauce, cheese sauce or other toppings--as well as jalapeno poppers and assorted milk shakes, including the signature Jamocha flavor.
Just the bun.
How difficult is it to make an Arby's sandwich? Roast beef on a toasted bun. I received a non-toasted bun with nothing on it. When I took it back to the restaurant, they replaced the sandwich, but barely even managed to apologize. They were definately not concerned with keeping the customer happy or even mildly satisfied. There are plenty of other nearby Arby's restaurants that would surely have better service, and I'll be going a little out of my way next time.