Kids’ meal mayhem
Arby's Kids' Meal
February 8, 2018
In this blog, I will review and discuss kid’s meals. I will review and discuss what is in the kid’s meal, the quality and quantity of the food and how kid’s meal have changed since I was a child.
At first I was skeptical about these chicken tenders because when I received my kids’ meal it only came with two, not so large chicken tenders. My first thought was that this meal wouldn’t be enough for a kid; however, after eating these chicken tenders, they were enough to satisfy my hunger. These chicken tenders were so delicious, with a savory taste that was very flavorful. The chicken was tender, juicy, and overall positively yummy!
I was already familiar with Arby’s Curly Fries, and I have to say that they never disappoint. They are also some of the most consistent fries, meaning they always taste the same (unlike McDonald’s fries, which can be fresh or stale, hard or soft, too much salt or not enough). They are always super curly with crumbles of brown fryer crisps all over. However, I must say I can’t eat these all the time like I do regular fries or waffle fries from Chick-fil-a, but they are great a change from the usual fries everyone else has.
Although the meal does not come with cheese sticks, I somehow ended up with a pack of four in my meal bag, which was fine by me. The sticks were really thick–just loaded with cheese–too much cheese I thought, but to be honest I have never been a fan of cheese sticks, so I am not the best one to judge.
Packaging and toy
The kids’ meal came in a decorated bag with a kids’ toy. The theme of the kids’ toy could be seen on the back of the kids’ meal bag. The theme was inventions from the Smithsonian museum, and the toys were by Spark!Lab. The toys enclosed could be an airplane, a wheel, a sundial or a light bulb; I received the sundial. The sundial comes with two parts which diners put together to make the sundial complete. It also comes with a small paper that gives some information about the sundial and instructs on how to set it up so it can work. I adore this toy because it’s not only educational, but the toy itself is actually entertaining. Not to mention, the sundial works!