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    Had the fish sandwich at Wendy's last night. It was OK. Going to try Arby's today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JDEaston View Post
    I like really spicy food from time to time so I'm probably not a good person to ask because to me it's not spicy but it's just more flavorful. My first guess though is that if you don't like spicy you'd be better off trying the regular version from Arby's, it's a good sandwich as well. Don't bother with getting the deluxe version with cheese though, it's better without it.
    I had the regular fish sandwich today from Arby's today. Liked it better than Wendy's .

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    Quote Originally Posted by gold sunrise View Post
    I had the regular fish sandwich today from Arby's today. Liked it better than Wendy's .
    Their 2 for $5 deal is probably the best fish sandwich deal running right now. I've had it several times lately with me getting the spicy version and my better half getting the regular version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDEaston View Post
    Their 2 for $5 deal is probably the best fish sandwich deal running right now. I've had it several times lately with me getting the spicy version and my better half getting the regular version.
    I got the 2 regular tonight and I ate them both, plus I had coupons for free loaded fries and a small shake.

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    Cutting the sandwich between the two pieces of fish makes it easier to eat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seckatary View Post
    Cutting the sandwich between the two pieces of fish makes it easier to eat.
    Who cuts a fast food sandwich in half? Do you keep cutlery in your car? Is this a thing I've been doing wrong (add it to a long list)?

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    A few weeks ago I had a fish sandwich at Chick Fil La, it was really good! You should try!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MentschTrachtGottLacht View Post
    Who cuts a fast food sandwich in half? Do you keep cutlery in your car? Is this a thing I've been doing wrong (add it to a long list)?
    I do this when eating INSIDE.

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    Does driving versus dining in affect everyone like it does me as far as what is ordered? If I'm driving I will get the least messiest sandwich and absolutely no condiments to fool with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MentschTrachtGottLacht View Post
    Who cuts a fast food sandwich in half? Do you keep cutlery in your car? Is this a thing I've been doing wrong (add it to a long list)?
    Probably eats a Snickers bar with a fork too.


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    Had the greatest grilled catfish sandwich at a place called the "Smack Shack" in downtown Minneapolis three weeks ago. One of the better sandwiches I have ever had.

    I can't relate to most of the referenced sandwiches in this thread.

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    The best fish sandwich I have had is at the Hilton downtown Lexington. It was topped with a banana pepper cole slaw. I could eat it by itself as a side.

    Plan on having one next week at state tourney.

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    If you live in the Louisville area give the fish at Sal's Pizza Pub in Lyndon a try. I've never actually had the sandwich but have had the fish itself. It is very good and the portion is huge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobby Axelrod View Post
    If you live in the Louisville area give the fish at Sal's Pizza Pub in Lyndon a try. I've never actually had the sandwich but have had the fish itself. It is very good and the portion is huge.
    Is that where Joe's Older Than Dirt used to be?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Run To State View Post
    Who on here remembers Larry Rust's Ole Dinner Bell in Southgate? That was the best cod I've ever had and likely ever will have! They were legendary!
    Great place, found it ironic it sat next to Squire Jacks fish and chips!
    One of the sons lived up the street from me, never did get the recipe from him!

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