Fish Sandwiches return to both Carl’s Jr. and Hardee’s

Hardee's, 1821 Eighth St. S. in Wisconsin RapidsImg 8449
Hardee's, 1821 Eighth St. S. in Wisconsin RapidsImg 8449 /

It seems as if for the last few months the foodie world has been completely wrapped up in the Great Chicken Sandwich Wars. Chick-fil-A, Hardee’s, Burger King, you name the fast food chain and a new and improved chicken sandwich arrived on their menu.

But with lent right around the corner, it shouldn’t come as much of a surprise that a new front has broken out, this time from the sea. That’s right foodie friends. Begun, the Great Fish Sandwich Wars have.

Last week we shared that it was Popeyes getting in on the action with a brand new Cajun Flounder Fish Sandwich. Now we can reveal that Hardee’s and Carl’s Jr. are also mounting an offensive by bringing back their own fish sandwiches for the lenten season.

Those sea-loving foodies at Chewboom are reporting that both chains are returning their respective beer-battered fish sandwiches to the menu, each with slight variations.

Beer-battered fish sandwiches are back at both Hardee’s and Carl’s Jr.

The Carl’s Jr. Beer-Battered Fish Sandwich includes a beer-battered fish fillet topped with tartar sauce and shredded lettuce on a toasted bun and will set you back $3.29. The Hardee’s Beer-Battered Fish Sandwich is essentially the same item but with leaf lettuce and a sesame seed bun. It will also cost you $3.29 but you can get two for the low price of a five dollar bill.

So if sesame seeds are an important part of your food lifestyle, you know which beer-battered fish sandwich is for you.

Both versions will begin appearing on the menu at their respective restaurants on Wednesday, February 17 and will be on the menu for a limited time. Once the Easter Bunny shows up, both sandwiches will be gone so get them while you can.

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What do you think Guilty Eats Nation? Are you ready to take a side in the Great Fish Sandwich Wars? Is Hardee’s the place for you? Leave a comment and let us know or join the conversation on our Twitter feed.