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  • I found the au jus unnecessary because the meat was already well-seasoned

    • by Mary Kim

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      It’s probably a more healthy option on the menu since Applebee’s is known for serving overly-wholesome American fare. For $7 (plus tax), you get three sliders with a cup of au jus and a side of French fries.

      Each slider has a

      hearty helping of roast beef that has been sitting in French onion broth and Swiss cheese.

      Since there’s no fresh vegetables on the sandwich, it can be a little on the salty side, especially if you let it get cold.

      I found the au jus unnecessary because the meat was already well-seasoned.

      The buns tasted a little buttery and sweet, like the classic dinner roll.

      Paired with the meat, it is a nice contrast of sweet and salty.

      And if you’re a little ...

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      health-conscious (like I am), ask to leave the buns unbuttered, which helps curb some of the fat.

      Overall, the sliders are a good bargain for a tasty sandwich.

      After all, it is the 2nd cheapest item on their menu (the first being the southern

      chicken sliders).

      The amount of meat collectively is more than what you would get in an Arby’s sandwich, and the combination of swiss cheese and roast beef is a classic pairing.

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