KINGSTON, UNITED STATES - 2020/10/31: Arby's store in Kingston.
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Why You Should Think Twice Before Ordering Gyros From Arby's
Gyros are quite satisfying and delicious to eat, but apparently the ones at Arby’s are better left alone. Arby’s offers three options — the “traditional Greek” style, roast beef, and roast turkey — with the Greek gyro conspicuously described on their menu online as having “Gyro meat” for an ingredient.
The description for the roast beef gyro, however, sounds like accidental self-mockery — “Nothing says 'I am an adventurous eater and interesting person' like eating a gyro at Arby's.” Spoon University’s Jared Sebby says, “It's just not exactly the best gyro, but it qualifies,” and it might qualify as unhealthy too.
The adventurous roast beef gyro contains 550 calories, 29 grams of fat, and 1,290 milligrams of sodium. The nondescript “gyro meat” option clocks in at 710 calories, with 44 grams of fat, and 1,360 milligrams of sodium, while the turkey version has 470 calories, 20 grams of fat, and 1,520 milligrams of sodium.