Fast-food fans may soon have to say farewell to a popular Arby’s dish.
According to The Takeout, the fast-food chain is discontinuing its iconic Potato Cakes.
The website reported that Arby’s decided to stop selling Potato Cakes after the release of its new Crinkle Fries as a permanent menu item, alongside its famous Curly Fries.
The Takeout reports that Arby’s Potato Cakes are expected to be removed from menus on June 1.
As of Tuesday, Fox News adds, the Potato Cakes were still listed on Arby’s online menu.
The chain reportedly describes the side as: “Shredded potato fried to a crispy golden brown. It’s a cake of potato. Don’t over-complicate this.”
A spokesperson told The Takeout that Arby’s is “constantly evaluating and evolving our menu offering.”
“Our Curlies have long been a fan favorite, but after many months of R&D and extensive market testing, customers made it clear our all-new Crinkles were a hit and we had created a true companion on equal footing to its legendary predecessor,” the spokesperson added.
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