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Outback Steakhouse Menu Prices

Last Updated on December 22, 2022
Written by CPA Alec Pow | Content Reviewed by Certified CFA CFA Alexander Popinker

Outback Steakhouse is a restaurant chain with locations all over the world, well-known for its Australian-themed menu. This restaurant chain is specialized in serving steak, obviously, but their menu also includes chicken dishes, seafood, salads, and soups. Clients are also impressed by the bar filled with premium liquors, Australian wines, beer, and cocktails.

Some of the most popular steaks you can enjoy at Outback Steakhouse are the Prime Rib, the Outback Sirloin, the New York Strip, and the Victoria’s Filet Mignon.

In the table below are presented the latest Outback Steakhouse menu prices.

Food Size Price

Signature Steaks

Victoria’s Filet Mignon 6oz 6oz $31.19
Victoria’s Filet Mignon 9oz 9oz $37.89
New York Strip 14oz 14oz $33.79
Outback Center-cut Sirloin 6oz 6oz $17.99
Outback Center-cut Sirloin 8oz 8oz $23.49
Outback Center-cut Sirloin 11oz 11oz $27.69
T-Bone 22oz 22oz $38.99
Ribeye 10oz 10oz $28.59
Ribeye 14oz 14oz $34.49
Bone-in Natural Cut Ribeye 22oz 22oz $38.99
Slow-Roasted Prime Rib 8oz 8oz $26.59
Slow-Roasted Prime Rib 12oz 12oz $30.49
Slow-Roasted Prime Rib 16oz 16oz $33.19
Sirloin & Choice of Shrimp 8oz 8oz $27.69
Sirloin & Choice of Shrimp 11oz 11oz $30.39
Classic Tenderloin 9.75oz 9.75oz $16.89
Classic Tenderloin 13oz 13oz $20.69

Steak Styles

Roasted Garlic Butter Style   $1.99
Mushroom Marsala Style   $2.69

Freshly Made Potatoes & Sides

Homestyle Mashed Potatoes, Aussie Fries, Baked Potato, & Sweet Potato   $3.99
Fresh Seasonal Mixed Veggies, Fresh Steamed Broccoli, & Sauteed Mushrooms   $3.99
Baked Potato & Chicken Tortilla Soup Cup Cup $5.99
Steakhouse Mac & Cheese   $6.69
Broccoli & Cheese   $5.39
Loaded Mashed Potatoes   $5.39
Grilled Asparagus   $5.39


Bloomin’ Onion   $11.89
Aussie Cheese Fries Regular Regular $13.89
Aussie Cheese Fries Small Small $11.29
Wings (Mild, Medium, Hot)   $14.59
Alice Springs Chicken Quesadillas   $13.89
Seared Peppered Ahi   $17.19
Steakhouse Quesadillas   $16.49
Wood-fire Grilled Shrimp on the Barbie   $13.89
Coconut Shrimp   $13.29
Aussie Signature Sampler   $15.89

Chicken, Ribs, Chops, & More

Parmesan-Herb Crusted Chicken   $19.89
Grilled Chicken on the Barbie   $18.49
Alice Springs Chicken   $21.99
Chicken Tender Platter   $17.49
Baby Back Ribs Full Order Full Order $29.19
Baby Back Ribs Half Order Half Order $22.59
Pork Porterhouse   $19.79
New Zealand Lamb   $29.69

Forkless Features

Aussie Steak Tacos   $14.59
Aussie Fish Tacos   $15.89
Aussie Chicken Tacos   $14.59
The Bloomin’ Burger   $13.89
The Outback Burger   $12.59
Grass-Fed Burger with Aged Cheddar   $16.59
Double Burger   $15.29
Crispy Chicken Sandwich   $14.59

Soups & Salads

Baked Potato Soup Cup Cup $5.99
Baked Potato Soup Bowl Bowl $7.99
Chicken Tortilla Soup Cup Cup $5.99
Chicken Tortilla Soup Bowl Bowl $7.99
French Onion Soup   $9.29
Aussie Cobb Salad   $14.59
Aussie Cobb Salad with chicken   $18.59
Steakhouse Salad   $18.59
Caesar Salad   $13.29
Caesar Salad with chicken or shrimp   $17.39
House Side Salad   $6.69
Caesar Side Salad   $6.69
Blue Cheese Wedge Side Salad   $7.99
Blue Cheese Pecan Chopped Side Salad   $7.99


Bloom Petals   $5.99
Alice Springs Chicken Quesadillas Small $9.99
Coconut Shrimp Small Small $6.69
Seared Peppered Ahi Small Small $12.79

Surf Add-Ons

Grilled Shrimp   $7.99
Coconut Shrimp   $7.99
Jumbo Lump Crab Cake   $10.59
Grilled Lobster Tail   $14.59
Steamed Lobster Tail   $14.59

Straight from the Sea

Bacon-Bourbon Salmon 7oz 7oz $22.49
Bacon-Bourbon Salmon 10oz 10oz $25.79
Perfectly Grilled Salmon 7oz 7oz $21.79
Perfectly Grilled Salmon 10oz 10oz $24.49
Tilapia with Pure Lump Crab Meat   $23.19
Hand-Breaded Shrimp   $19.89
Crab Cakes   $27.19
Lobster Tails   $35.89

Irresistible Desserts

Chocolate Thunder from Down Under   $10.79
New York-Style Cheesecake   $9.49
Salted Caramel Topped Cheesecake   $10.89
Triple-Layer Carrot Cake   $9.39
Salted Caramel Cookie Skillet   $6.69
Double Chocolate or Seasonal Parfaits   $6.69

Brand History

Outback Steakhouse Menu ItemsThe Outback Steakhouse is the dream which came true for four friends. Timothy Gannon, Bob Basham, Trudy Cooper, and Chris T. Sullivan wished to have a restaurant where quality food is served, the service is excellent and the atmosphere is casual. So, in 1988 they opened their first location in Tampa, Florida.

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The Outback Steakhouse company went public in 1991. At that time 49 restaurants were opened and it was named Multi-Venture Partners, Inc. This is the year when it changed its name to Outback Steakhouse, Inc.

In the year of 1996, the Outback Steakhouse expanded internationally and opened its first location in Canada.

In 1999 Outback Steakhouse entered into joint ventures to develop the Wine Bar, the Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse, and the Roy’s Restaurant chains.

Nowadays, there are more than 1,200 Outback Steakhouse restaurants in 23 countries throughout Asia, South America, North America, and Australia.

Our review

The ambiance in the Outback Steakhouse restaurants is friendly and comfortable and will get you into the right steak-eating mode. The tables and seats are perfectly arranged to accommodate the large portions of food.

There were guests who complained about the fact that some steaks were not fully cooked, but nobody complained about the taste. As for the soups, the French onion soup is the customers’ favorite. Also, the salads are perfectly done and very tasty.

Obviously, the most ordered items from the Outback Steakhouse menu are the steaks. Some of the favorites are the slow-roasted prime rib cuts, the signature sirloin, the Porterhouse, the ribeye, Victoria’s fillet mignon, the New York strip, and the bone-in-natural cut ribeye.

The waiting time is pretty short because the menu items do not take too long to be cooked. Plus, the staff is friendly and more than happy to help with your order.

Outback Steakhouse FAQs

At what time does Outback Steakhouse open?

In general, Outback Steakhouse opens at 11:00 a.m. every day, but it depends on your location. It is recommended to verify this information on their official website or to give them a call before going to any locations. At more than 70% of their locations, you can order lunch until 04:00 p.m. and you will have to wait until 05:00 p.m. if you want to order dinner.

At what time does Outback Steakhouse close?

Outback Steakhouse closes at 11:00 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, and at 10:00 p.m. from Sunday until Thursday. Again, it depends on the location.

How did Outback Steakhouse get its name?

Outback Steakhouse restaurants got their name from the trio Chris Sullivan, Robert Basham, and Timothy Gannon. These three took the decision to name the franchise Outback because this makes you think about the “outdoorsy, old rugged quality”. They were thinking that this name has the potential for great growth and marketing.

What type of bread does Outback Steakhouse serve?

At Outback Steakhouse you can order a honey wheat bushman bread which is freshly baked. This is unique thanks to its sweet taste and dark color, and because it is served on a cutting board alongside soft butter.

Who founded Outback Steakhouse restaurant?

Outback Steakhouse restaurant was founded by four people with experience in the restaurant industry, Timothy Gannon, Bob Basham, Trudy Cooper, and Chris T. Sullivan.

When was Outback Steakhouse founded?

Outback Steakhouse was founded in the year of 1988. The first restaurant was located in Tampa, Florida and in time it expanded to an Australian – themed American dining restaurant chain.

Who is owns Outback Steakhouse?

Outback Steakhouse is owned and operated by Bloomin’ Brands in the United States with other venture agreements and other franchises internationally.

How many Outback Steakhouse locations are there?

There are more than 1,200 Outback Steakhouse restaurants in 23 countries throughout Asia, South America, North America, and Australia.

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