Outback Steakhouse Menu With Prices

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Outback Steakhouse serves one of the best ribs and you should definitely give it a try. But before you head to their outlets make sure you know their menu as it will help you a lot of time. In this article, let’s see the latest menu of outback steakhouse with the latest prices.

Outback Steak is best known for its tasty grilled steaks, chicken and seafood. Their menu includes signature steaks, delicious appetizers, fresh seafood, crispy salads, fresh soups, desserts and a separate kid menu. A good meal will cost you there nearly $15-20.

Now that you’re excited about their mouthwatering ribs and steaks, let’s see their complete menu. I will also tell you more helpful details about the outlet such as its contact information, franchise details and the nutritional breakdown. You can also check out the secret menu of the restaurant to know about some of the most amazing recipes. But let’s do a quick history check before jumping to the menu.

History of Outback Steakhouse

Outback Steakhouse is an Australian-themed casual dining restaurant chain founded by Bob Basham, Chris T. Sullivan, Trudy Cooper, and Tim Gannon in March 1988. It is America’s biggest steakhouse brand and its first restaurant they opened is in Tampa, Florida.

Before opening Outback, all four founders had some experience in the hospitality industry. In the early 1980s, they observed that Americans moved towards steak (a healthier meat option) and restaurants serving high-quality steak were growing exponentially. So in 1988, all four friends decided to open an Australian-themed restaurant named Outback.

Their stores had a lot of Australian influence because of the boomerangs, kangaroo posters, shark jaws, stuffed koalas, and surfboards used to decorate the stores. But their menu was pure American specializing in steak.

They had a rock steady start as people liked their food and their brand. Due to its growing popularity, the brand has opened five new restaurants within 15 months of its initial launch. But for Basha, Sullivan, Cooper and Gannon, the sky was the limit. By the early 1990s, Outback has opened locations in Orlando, Jacksonville, Florida, Louisville, Kentucky, Houston, Dallas, Texas, Indianapolis, Indiana, and Washington.

But in 1991, Outback decided to go public and at that time, the company’s name was changed to Outback Steakhouse Inc. By 1992, the company had 85 stores. Out of these 85, 52 were corporate-owned, 18 were franchised locations and 15 were joint-venture operations generating over $195 in sales.

Due to their massive success, Outback Steakhouse was named the third-best small company by Business Week magazine.

The demand for their food was growing in the market, so they decided to make bigger stores that had the capacity of accommodating around 200 people at a time. They were trying to make the experience of their customer better.

In 1993, Outback decided to enter into a joint venture with a Houston restaurant group to develop Carrabba’s Italian Grill restaurants. The joint venture was a success for Outback Steakhouse as well. As of 1994, the company opened 68 new Outback steakhouses and eight new Carrabba’s Italian Grill locations with the increase in sales and revenue. The brand has made a nationwide name in the hospitality industry.

Now was the time for Outback to expand overseas, with its first location in Canada in 1996, followed by Aruba, Brazil, China, Guam, Mexico, the Philippines, and South Korea. By the end of the decade, Outback has over 20 restaurants on the foreign land and over 575 units in America.

But at the same time, Carrabba’s was not doing well because of the competition in the market. After some time, Carrabba’s was relaunched to compete with other Italian restaurants.

To make more profits, the brand started to look for more breakout opportunities again, like Outback. They came across 3 opportunities- Creole restaurant that they launched in 2000; they partnered with chef-restaurateur Roy Yamaguchi to further develop Roy’s Restaurants and another joint venture to develop Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse and Wine Bar.

This led the company to pass the valuation of $1 Billion. In the 2000s, the company focused on international expansions and the development of smaller restaurant concepts and in 2013, Bloomin’ Brands, Inc acquired Outback Steakhouse with all its brands. Right now, the brand has over 1000 stores and had a total of $1.76 Billion in revenue in 2020.

Outback Steakhouse Menu Prices

Food from Outback Steakhouse menu

Outback Steakhouse menu has a variety of different lunch and dinner food items. They have sandwiches, burgers, salads, soups, shrimp, ribs, salmon, and many other items that you will love to have on your plate. There are also lunch and dinner specials on the Outback Steak menu as well.

The most famous dish of Outback Steakhouse is Bloomin’ Onion and every person who visits theirs appreciates that dish. Most of the people like the infrastructure of their restaurant with different kinds of lights which soothe the mind and the staff is humble and gentle. They also have a separate menu for the kids.

Most people think that Outback Steakhouse serves both American and Australian but this is wrong because it serves only American food with a side of ‘Australian Fun’.

Outback Steakhouse prices are similar to other family restaurants. You and your family can get a great meal here for around $15-20. So, without waiting more, let’s check the menu prices of Outback Steakhouse.


Bloomin’ Onion$9.99
Aussie Cheese Fries $10.99
Kookaburra Wings$12.99
Grilled Shrimp on The Barbie$13.99
Sydney ‘shrooms$8.99
Gold Coast Coconut Shrimp$13.99

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Signature Steaks

Victoria’s Filet* 6 Oz.$25.99
Victoria’s Filet* 8 oz.$28.99
Outback Sirloin 6 oz. $17.49
Outback Sirloin 11 oz.$22.99
Outback Sirloin 8 oz.$19.99
Ribeye 15 oz.$29.99
Ribeye 12 oz.$26.49
Bone-In New York Strip* 16 Oz.$28.99
Bone-In Ribeye* 18 Oz.$31.99
Melbourne Porterhouse 22 Oz.$34.99

Steak Combos

SIRLOIN* 8 Oz. & Grilled Shrimp on The Barbie$24.99
SIRLOIN* 6 Oz. & Grilled Shrimp on The Barbie$22.99
SIRLOIN* 6 Oz. & Coconut Shrimp$22.99
SIRLOIN* 8 Oz. & Coconut Shrimp$24.99
SIRLOIN* 6 Oz. & Grilled Chicken$23.99
SIRLOIN* 8 Oz. & Grilled Chicken$24.99
RIBEYE 12 OZ. & Choice of Shrimp
[shrimp on The Barbie]
RIBEYE 12 Oz. & Choice of Shrimp
[cocount Shrimp]
Victoria’s Filet® Mignon* 6 Oz. & Lobster$35.49

Chicken, Ribs & More

Bloomin’ Fried Chicken$18.99
Baby Back Ribs – Full Rack$26.49
Baby Back Ribs – Half Rack$21.49
Grilled Chicken On The Barbie$16.99
Drover’s Ribs And Chicken Platter$23.99
Chicken Tender Platter$16.99
Queensland Chicken & Shrimp Pasta
[Pasta Only]
Queensland Chicken & Shrimp Pasta
[All Chicken]
Queensland Chicken & Shrimp Pasta
[All Shrimp]
Queensland Chicken & Shrimp Pasta
[Chicken & Shrimp]
Alice Springs Chicken$19.99

Seafood Entrees

Toowoomba Salmon$25.99
Perfectly Grilled Salmon$22.99
Lobster Tails$33.49

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Burgers & Sandwiches

Bloomin’ Fried Chicken Sandwich$14.49
Sweet Chook O’ Mine Sandwich$15.49
The Outbacker Burger$12.49
The Bloomin’ Burger$15.49

Entree Salads

Aussie Chicken Cobb Salad – Crispy Chicken$17.99
Aussie Chicken Cobb Salad – Grilled Chicken$17.99
Aussie Cobb Salad (No Chicken)$13.99
Caesar Salad$12.99
Chicken Caesar Salad$16.99
Shrimp Caesar Salad$16.99
Steakhouse Salad$18.99

Soups & Side Items

House Side Salad$5.99
Caesar Side Salad$5.99
Blue Cheese Pecan Chopped Side Salad$6.99
Homestyle Mashed Potatoes$4.99
Loaded Mashed Potatoes$5.99
Aussie Fries$4.99
Dressed Baked Potato$4.99
Sweet Potato With Honey Butter & Brown Sugar$4.99
Fresh Seasonal Vegetables$4.99
Seasoned Rice$4.99
Steakhouse Mac & Cheese$6.99
Signature Baked Potato Soup – Cup$5.99
Signature Baked Potato Soup- Bowl$7.99
French Onion Soup$8.99

Party Platters

Kookaburra Wings Party Platter$41.99
Grilled Shrimp on The Barbie Party Platter$41.99
Gold Coast Coconut Shrimp Party Platter$36.99
Baby Back Ribs Party Platter$51.99
Chicken Tender Party Platter$40.99
Outback Center-Cut Sirloin Party Plater 300 Z.$59.49
House Salad$16.99
Brisbane Caesar Salad$16.99
Steakhouse Mac and Cheese$21.99
Loaded Mashed Potatoes$18.99
Seasoned Rice$17.99
Fresh Broccoli$17.99

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Chocolate Thunder from Down Under$10.99
Triple-Layer Carrot Cake$9.99
New York-Style Cheesecake$9.99

Kids Menu

Chicken Fingers$7.29
Grilled Cheese-A-Roo$6.29
Boomerang Cheeseburger$7.29
Grilled Chicken on The Barbie$7.99
Mac ‘a’ Roo ‘n Cheese$6.79
Junior Sirloin$9.49
Fresh Seasonal Vegetables$4.99
Aussie Fries$4.99
Spotted Dog Sundae with Chocolate Sauce$2.99
Kids Fruit$1.99

Non-Alcoholic Beverages

Coca Cola Products$3.49

How to Order From Outback Steakhouse Online

Many people like me prefer to have to order food online while sitting at their homes. If you want to order food from Outback, you can order food from any popular food delivery service like DoorDash, UberEats or GrubHub. But I prefer to order food from their official website. You just need to-

  1. Open their official website and select the order now option.
  2. Now enter your locations or the name of your locality where you want to order food and it’ll show you the nearest Outback outlet.
  3. Select the food you want to order and proceed to the checkout.
  4. Enter the address where you want to order your food and pay by using any of the mentioned payment modes.
  5. Just wait for the food to arrive and once it reaches, enjoy it.

By following the above steps, you can easily order food from Outback Steakhouse.

What People Say About Outback Steakhouse | My Honest Review

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I’ve heard that Outback is one of the most popular steakhouse chains in the world. Many people believe that their dishes are very delicious. So this was the reason why I decided to visit there and tell you all about my honest review about the brand and its food.

We all know that Outback is very popular and I felt that thing when I first visited their store. I had to wait around 10 minutes to get their tables empty. I was wondering that if I would get some food or not. But while I was waiting, their staff greeted my very well as they were constantly making sure that if there were any empty seat for me or not.

I finally got a seat to sit and I was very excited to order from their menu. I knew a few items from their menu that I knew are very popular: The Bloomin’ Onion, The Outbacker Burger, Baby Back Ribs, Victoria’s Filet with Lobster Tail and the Ribeye Steak; so without any second thought, I decided to order those items from their menu.

With all this food, I ordered a strawberry lemonade as well. While ordering, one of their staff members recommended their famous New York-Style Cheesecake as well. So, I thought to give it a try well. While waiting for my food, I observed their Australian theme. I’ve heard a lot about it- like the boomerangs, surfboards or the kangaroo posters but their indoor design was very minimal and I was impressed by it.

The food came in around 10 minutes and all of it smelled delicious. I decided to have the steak first and Oh My God! the steak was big and looking delicious and when I took the first big, it felt like I am in heaven. It was so juicy and perfectly cooked that I can say that it was the best steak I’ve ever had.

Next, I had their famous Bloomin’ Onion with their famous dip. The onion was fried and crispy and if you ever want to eat the best Bloomin’ Onion, then Outback is your go-to place. These tasty Bloomin’ onions should be the standard in the fast-food industry.

Coming to their burger, it came with plenty of fries. Their fries were not crispy and were completely soggy. I didn’t like them at all. But the burger looked fine with a lot of vegetables in it. The burger was pretty nice. Juicy beef patty with some fresh vegetables but the burger would have been great if they added some mayonnaise in it.

I had their cheesecake in the dessert, and I am a very big fan of cheesecakes and Cheesecake Factory is responsible for it. So before tasting it, I already knew that it wouldn’t be better than the one from the cheesecake factory. It was looking big, creamy and delicious and when I tasted it, it was really delicious.

I won’t say that it was better than the one from the cheesecake factory but it is worth trying the delicious cheesecake from the Outback Steakhouse. With my food, I had a strawberry lemonade and it was very refreshing as well.

So overall, my experience at Outback was very clean and nice. I will definitely go there again and I highly recommend all of you to go there too.

Popular Recipes From Outback Steakhouse

Here is a list of all the prominent recipes from OutBack Steakhouse. Make sure to check them out before you visit the restaurant.

1. Outback Steakhouse Bloomin Onion– The Outback steakhouse bloomin onion is one of the most popular side dishes of the restaurant. It is the fancy version of the onion rings and is made by covering a ‘bloomed’ onion in a spicy breading. It is then fried to a golden perfection to give you this amazing side.

2. Outback Steakhouse Bloomin Onion Sauce– The Outback Steakhouse bloomin onion sauce is the perfect sauce for your bloomin onion and also for other snacks as well. The ingredient that sets this sauce apart is horseradish. It makes the sauce the perfect amount of peppery. The creaminess comes from mayonnaise and ketchup. The rest of the flavor comes from spices and seasoning.

3. Outback Steakhouse Bread– Make the soft and sweet bread just like Outback Steakhouse in your home. The bread is sweetened with honey, molasses, and brown sugar and also give the bread its distinct color. Talking about color, cocoa powder gives the bread color too. Bake this bread and serve with your favorite steaks and soups.

4. Outback Steakhouse Mac And Cheese– If you want mac and cheese just like they make at the Outback Steakhouse, try this copycat recipe. This recipe is simple and cheese used are cheddar and Velveeta. Whip the ‘ronies at home with some cheese, cream, and spices and enjoy comfort in a bowl.

5. Outback Steakhouse Potato Soup– The Outback Steakhouse potato soup is a delicious and creamy one made with roasted and diced potatoes. The soup is made with cream, broth, and a cheese blend. This appetizer is so creamy and smooth, you might decide to make it your main course.

6. Outback Steakhouse Steak Seasoning– Do you want to know the secret for the amazing steaks at the Outback Steakhouse? It’s their steak seasoning. The steak seasoning is blend of ground spices and seasonings that give the best possible flavor to your steak.

7. Outback Steakhouse Ranch Need the recipe for Outback Steakhouse ranch dressing? Well, you are in luck because I have just that. This dressing is made with mayonnaise and then flavored with buttermilk, ranch mix, and ground spices. This is a great dressing for salad, chicken and even fries.

8.Outback Steakhouse French Onion Soup The Outback Steakhouse French onion soup is nothing but a warm hug in a bowl. They call it the Walkabout soup at the restaurant so don’t get confused. It is rich, creamy, and cheesy. It is made by mixing cooked, sweet onions with a smooth cheesy sauce.

9. Outback Steakhouse Alice Springs Chicken Upgrade your chicken breast with this Outback Steakhouse Alice Springs chicken. The chicken is marinated in spices. Then, it is pan-fried and topped with honey mustard, mushrooms, bacon, and cheese. All of this is then baked to make this perfect dish

10. Outback Steakhouse Bloomin Fried Chicken Try the recipe for Outback Steakhouse bloomin fried chicken so you can make it whenever you crave it. Dip the chicken in an egg and buttermilk and then in the spicy breading that you use for the bloomin onion. Fry it up and serve with the bloomin sauce.

11. Outback Steakhouse Kookaburra Wings The Kookaburra wings at the Outback Steakhouse are a party of flavors. The wings are covered in spicy breading and fried in shortening, to give it the restaurant-like taste. Then, cover them in a diluted hot sauce and serve with blue cheese and celery.

12. Outback Steakhouse Seared Peppered Ahi The Outback Steakhouse seared peppered ahi is a delicious tuna steak. It is covered in a spicy mustard dressing and sesame seeds. Then, the fish is seared, simple. What makes it special is the dipping sauce made with tamari, ginger, lemon, maple syrup, and sesame oil.

13. Outback Steakhouse Baby Back Ribs Season you ribs before slowly cooking them and then slap some sauce over them to make the exact version of Outback Steakhouse baby back ribs. The barbecue sauce is made with bacon, onion, and garlic. It also has sweet, sour, and spicy condiments.

14. Outback Steakhouse Firecracker Salmon The Outback Steakhouse firecracker salmon is a crispy seasoned salmon baked with a spicy sauce called the firecracker sauce. The fiery sauce is made with garlic, ginger, sugar, chili flakes, low-sodium soy sauce, chili sauce, and sriracha.

15. Outback Steakhouse Victoria’s Filet- The Outback Steakhouse Victoria’s filet is a different take on the classic filet mignon. The steak is grilled and then topped with a buttery and crumbly mixture. This combination is then broiled to give you a beautiful Victoria’s Filet.

Nutritional Information

Nutritional Informationoutback.com/nutrition/

To check the nutritional information of the items present on the Outback Steak menu, click on the link mentioned above.

Outback Steakhouse Opening / Closing Hours

Outback has a lot of stores in different parts of America and in other parts of the world and each store has different hours.

Monday11:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Tuesday11:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Wednesday11:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Thursdy11:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Friday11:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Saturday11:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Sunday11:00 AM – 10:00 PM

Note- These timings may vary depending on the location you are planning to visit. You can always check the opening and the closing timing of any Outback store from the locations page on their website.

Outback Steakhouse Franchise Details

Outback Steakhouse store

Outback Steak has more than 1000 locations with more than 250 franchise restaurants in 19 countries. The brands have their presence in countries like The United States, Canada, Australia, Mexico, Hong Kong, Japan, and many other countries.

If you want to open an Outback Steak, then this is how much it will cost you.

Initial Franchise Fee $40,000
Total Investment Fee $2,489,700 to $6,065,000
Royalty Fee3.5% of Gross Sales

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Important Links

Official Websiteoutback.com/
Gift Cardoutback.com/gift-cards/
Order Onlineoutback.com/orderonline/

Outback Steakhouse Contact Information

Outback Steak Corporate Office Address: 2202 N West Shore Blvd Tampa, FL33607

Outback Steak Corporate Office Phone Number: (813) 282-1225

To contact the team of Outback Steak, you can also use the contact form on their website.

Social Media Handles

Facebook Page: facebook.com/outbacksteaks/

Twitter Handles: twitter.com/outbacksteak/

Instagram Account: instagram.com/outbacksteak/

Frequently Asked Questions Related To Outback Steakhouse

What are the famous items at the Outback Steakhouse?

Some of the most famous food at the Outback menu are The Bloomin’ Onion, The Outbacker Burger, Baby Back Ribs, Victoria’s Filet with Lobster Tail and the Ribeye Steak.

Is Outback Steakhouse Expensive?

Outback Steakhouse prices are similar to other family restaurants. You and your family can get a great meal here for around $15-20.

Does Outback Steakhouse have a secret menu?

There is no secret menu at Outback Steakhouse. All the items on their menu are listed on their official menu.

What are the Outback Steakhouse opening and closing hours?

Most of the Outback stores are open at 11:00 AM and closes at 10:00 PM throughout the whole week.

Does Outback Steakhouse offer takeaway services?

Yes, Outback steakhouse offer takeaway services.

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