The Wagyu Steakhouse Burger returns to the menu

You may remember that five months ago we reported how Arby’sin their continued quest to have all the meats, was introducing a new Burger Steakhouse Wagyu. This was after a very successful test in the Florida area in 2021.

Wagyu beef, originating in Japan and considered one of the best meats in the world, if not the best, has long been the holy grail of fast food chains here in the United States. The problem has always been cost, as Japanese Wagyu is ridiculously expensive.

Arby’s, as the owner of the meats, has found a way around this little problem. The burger uses a combination of American Wagyu beef and standard ground beef. It gives the flavor and juiciness of Wagyu while keeping the cost reasonable.

Which might explain why when the Wagyu Steakhouse Burger debuted at Arby’s nationwide earlier this year, it was a huge hit. So much so that it ended up selling out six weeks ahead of schedule and hasn’t been seen since.

The Wagyu Steakhouse Burger returns to Arby’s for a limited time.

Well, according to to chew, we have good news for your burger lovers. It is reported that the Wagyu Steakhouse Burger will return to the Arby’s menu starting November 21 for a limited time.

In case you need a refresher, the Wagyu Steakhouse Burger features a 6.4 ounce American Wagyu blend burger that’s been topped with American cheese. It is then topped with lettuce, tomatoes, red onions, pickles and a special burger sauce. Then, everything is placed on a brioche bun.

And because Arby’s has the meats and knows exactly what to do with those meats, you can also add ranch and bacon to the burger if you like.

As we mentioned earlier, the Wagyu Steakhouse Burger will be back at Arby’s starting November 21 and will only be there for a limited time or while supplies last. Considering what happened the last time this item was on the menu, you might not want to wait if you want to try one.

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