Outback Steakhouse is an Australian-themed restaurant located all over the world. Outback Steakhouse specializes in steak, of course, but the chain is also well-known for its selection of seafood, soup, salad, and chicken dishes.
Some of the popular steak options at Outback Steakhouse are the Outback Sirloin, the Victoria’s Filet Mignon, the New York Strip, and the Prime Rib.
Below is a list of the latest and up-to-date Outback Steakhouse menu prices.
Aussie-tizers | Snacks | Soups & Salads | Signature Steaks | Steak Styles | Surf Add-Ons | Forkless Features | Straight From The Sea | Chicken, Ribs, Chops, & More | Potatoes & Sides | Irresistible Desserts
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|Aussie Cheese Fries||Regular||$10.49|
|Aussie Cheese Fries||Small||$8.49|
|Wings (Mild, Medium, Hot)||$10.99|
|Alice Springs Chicken Quesadillas||$10.49|
|Seared Peppered Ahi||$12.99|
|Wood-fire Grilled Shrimp on the Barbie||$10.49|
|Foster’s Beer Cheese Fondue||$8.99|
|Crab & Avocado Stack||$10.99|
|Aussie Signature Sampler||$11.99|
|Alice Springs Chicken Quesadillas||Small||$7.49|
|Crab Stuffed Mushrooms||$8.49|
|Seared Peppered Ahi||Small||$9.49|
|Tomato Mozzarella Caprese||$5.49|
Soups & Salads
|Baked Potato Soup||Cup||$4.49|
|Baked Potato Soup||Bowl||$5.99|
|Chicken Tortilla Soup||Cup||$4.49|
|Chicken Tortilla Soup||Bowl||$5.99|
|French Onion Soup||$6.99|
|Aussie Cobb Salad||$10.99|
|Aussie Cobb Salad (with chicken)||$13.99|
|Caesar Salad (with chicken or shrimp)||$12.99|
|House Side Salad||$4.99|
|Caesar Side Salad||$4.99|
|Blue Cheese Wedge Side Salad||$5.99|
|Blue Cheese Pecan Chopped Side Salad||$5.99|
|Victoria’s Filet Mignon||6oz||$22.99|
|Victoria’s Filet Mignon||9oz||$27.99|
|New York Strip||14oz||$24.49|
|Outback Center-cut Sirloin||6oz||$13.29|
|Outback Center-cut Sirloin||8oz||$17.29|
|Outback Center-cut Sirloin||11oz||$20.29|
|Bone-in Natural Cut Ribeye||22oz||$28.99|
|Slow-Roasted Prime Rib||8oz||$19.49|
|Slow-Roasted Prime Rib||12oz||$22.49|
|Slow-Roasted Prime Rib||16oz||$24.49|
|Teriyaki Filet Medallions||$16.49|
|Sirloin & Choice of Shrimp||$15.79|
|Sirloin & Choice of Shrimp||8oz||$20.29|
|Sirloin & Choice of Shrimp||11oz||$22.29|
|Filet Mignon & Lobster||$27.49|
|Truffle Parmesan Tenderloin||9.75oz||$12.99|
|Truffle Parmesan Tenderloin||13oz||$15.99|
|Roasted Garlic Butter Style||$1.49|
|Smoky Bacon Bourbon Style||$1.79|
|Mushroom Marsala Style||$1.99|
|Classic Topped Style||$1.49|
|Jumbo Lump Crab Cake||$7.99|
|Grilled Lobster Tail||$10.99|
|Steamed Lobster Tail||$10.99|
|Aussie Steak Tacos||$11.99|
|Aussie Fish Tacos||$11.99|
|Aussie Chicken Tacos||$10.99|
|The Bloomin’ Burger||$10.49|
|The Outback Burger||$9.49|
|Grass-Fed Burger with Aged Cheddar||$12.49|
|Crispy Chicken Sandwich||$10.99|
|Wood-Grilled California Chicken Sandwich||$11.99|
|Prime Rib Dip Sandwich||$13.49|
Straight from the Sea
|Perfectly Grilled Salmon||7oz||$15.99|
|Perfectly Grilled Salmon||10oz||$17.99|
|Tilapia with Pure Lump Crab Meat||$16.99|
Chicken, Ribs, Chops, & More
|Parmesan-Herb Crusted Chicken||$14.99|
|Grilled Chicken on the Barbie||$13.99|
|Alice Springs Chicken||$15.99|
|Chicken Tender Platter||$12.99|
|Ribs & Chicken on the Barbie||$16.49|
|Baby Back Ribs||Full Order||$21.49|
|Baby Back Ribs||Half Order||$16.99|
|New Zealand Lamb||$22.49|
|No Rules Parmesan Pasta||$10.99|
|No Rules Parmesan Pasta (with grilled shrimp, chicken breast, or both)||$14.99|
Freshly made Potatoes & Sides
|Homestyle Mashed Potatoes, Aussie Fries, Baked Potato, & Sweet Potato||$2.99|
|Fresh Seasonal Mixed Veggies, Fresh Steamed Broccoli, & Sauteed Mushrooms||$2.99|
|Baked Potato & Chicken Tortilla Soup||Cup||$4.49|
|Steakhouse Mac & Cheese||$4.99|
|Broccoli & Cheese||$3.99|
|Loaded Mashed Potatoes||$3.99|
|Sweet Adventure Sample Trio||$9.99|
|Chocolate Thunder from Down Under||$7.99|
|New York-Style Cheesecake||$6.99|
|Salted Caramel Topped Cheesecake||$7.99|
|Triple-Layer Carrot Cake||$6.99|
|Salted Caramel Cookie Skillet||$4.99|
|Double Chocolate or Seasonal Parfaits||$4.99|
|Chocolate or Oreo Mini Milk Shake||$4.99|
If you would like to know more about Outback Steakhouse, visit their website.
Outback Steakhouse FAQ
What kind of bread does Outback Steakhouse serve?
Outback Steakhouse serves a honey wheat bushman bread that is freshly baked. Its dark color and sweet taste make it unique, served on its own cutting board with soft butter.
What time does Outback Steakhouse open?
Outback Steakhouse opens at 11 a.m. The hours of operation are Sunday through Thursday 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., and Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. No need to wait until 5 p.m. for dinner. At least 70% of the franchise is open for lunch until 4 p.m. Times may vary based on your location, so be sure to call or visit the website to double check.
What time does Outback Steakhouse close?
Outback Steakhouse closes at 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 11 p.m. on Friday and Saturday.
What year was Outback Steakhouse founded?
Outback Steakhouse was founded in 1988. Its first location was in Tampa, Florida, and it is an Australian-themed American dining restaurant chain. It also opened its doors to a new lunch menu at many locations.
Where was the first Outback Steakhouse opened?
The first Outback Steakhouse was opened in the United States in Tampa, Florida, by four individuals with experience in hospitality in the restaurant industry.
Who owns Outback Steakhouse?
Outback Steakhouse is owned and operated in the United States by Bloomin’ Brands with other franchises and other venture agreements internationally.
How many Outback Steakhouse restaurants are there?
There are more than 1,200 restaurant locations in 23 countries throughout Australia, Asia, North America, and South America.
Who started Outback Steakhouse?
Outback Steakhouse was started by four people, Bob Basham, Chris T. Sullivan, Trudy Cooper, and Timothy Gannon. Each one of them has experience in the restaurant industry.
How did Outback Steakhouse get its name?
Outback Steakhouse got its name from the trio Robert Basham, Timothy Gannon, and Chris Sullivan. They decided on the name Outback because it brings to mind “old rugged, outdoorsy quality.” They thought this name had the potential for marketing and great possibilities.