Outback Steakhouse latest Menu prices


Australian-style steaks, ribs, poultry, seafood, and the Bloomin’ Onion are among of Outback Steakhouse’s most popular dishes. Also, their Australian wines, cocktails, beers, and luxury liqueurs will leave you speechless.

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There are several reasons why people return to this restaurant, including its robust tastes, inventive dishes, and traditional favourites. Their laid-back vibe reminds me of Australia.

The Tampa, Florida-based Outback Steakhouse franchise offers American cuisine in an Australian-themed setting. Over a thousand places may be found in 23 different countries in the Americas, Asia, and Australia. It was formed in March 1988 by Bob Basham, Chris T. Sullivan, Trudy Cooper, and Tim Gannon at their initial facility in Tampa.  Before it was bought by Bloomin’ Brands, OSI Restaurant Partners owned and operated it in the United States, and other franchises and joint ventures across the world.


In 1996, the first Canadian Outback Steakhouse opened its doors. Despite unexpectedly closing all nine of its Ontario sites in March 2009 due to the state of the economy, Outback Steakhouse Canada launched a new branch in Niagara Falls, Ontario, in June 2009. Only two Outback Steakhouse restaurants in Canada are currently open, both in Niagara Falls.

A website, Outbackpom.com, and restaurants in Birmingham, Basildon, Enfield, Romford, Stevenage, and Staines were launched by Outback Steakhouse in the United Kingdom. Outback’s last two UK locations, Basildon and Romford, closed on September 13, 2011, concluding the company’s push into the British market.

As of June 14, 2007, OSI Restaurant Partners became a private corporation after completing a stock buyback plan on June 14, 2007. An initial public offering (IPO) to fund up to $300 million was filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) by Bloomin’ Brands, the company that now owns Outback Steakhouse.


Onion blossoms are an iconic Outback dish. With mayonnaise-horseradish sauce it’s an onion chopped to “bloom” open, breaded, fried, and served with a fried egg on top. Chili’s Awesome Blossom (since discontinued) and Lone Star Steakhouse & Saloon’s Texas Rose are two more restaurants’ versions of the Bloomin’ Onion. Many of the Bloomin’ Onions have come under criticism for their excessive calorie counts, which may reach more than 1,500.

Steaks, fish, and other American chain restaurant menu items are also available at Outback, including burgers and salads. Even though ‘Outback Australian’ cuisine is vaguely defined, the menu of Outback Steakhouse does not include any of the more well-known Australian dishes. When it comes to marketing reasons, the business uses the “Australian” label for little more than a theme restaurant, with no actual effort to depict the cuisine of Australia, despite its visual merchandising’s efforts.

The prices charged by Outback are pretty comparable to those of its rivals. At Outback Steakhouse, diners should expect to pay roughly $20-$25 for a satisfying lunch. In the year 2022, let’s take a look at the new Outback Steakhouse menu.



Bloomin’ Onion$ 9.49
Aussie Cheese Fries $ 10.29
Kookaburra Wings$ 11.29
Grilled Shrimp on The Barbie$ 10.99
Sydney ‘shrooms$ 8.49
Gold Coast Coconut Shrimp$ 10.29
Steakhouse Quesadillas$ 12.99
Alice Springs Chicken Quesadillas$ 10.99
Crab Cakes Appetizer$ 11.49
Seared Peppered Ahi$ 13.49
Steakhouse Mac & Cheese Bites$ 6.49
Volcano Shrimp$ 10.29
Bloom Petals$ 10.29
Aussie Signature Sampler$ 10.99

Signature Steaks

Victoria’s Filet* 6 Oz.$ 22.49
Victoria’s Filet* 9 oz.$ 26.99
Outback Sirloin 6 oz.$ 12.99
Outback Sirloin 9 oz.$ 16.99
Outback Sirloin 12 oz.$ 19.99
Ribeye 10 oz.$ 20.99
Ribeye 14 oz.$ 24.99
Ayers Rock Strip 14 oz$ 24.29
Bone-In New York Strip* 16 Oz.$ 28.99
Bone-In Ribeye* 18 Oz.$ 28.99
Melbourne Porterhouse 20 Oz.$ 27.99
Sirloin 6 oz. & Grilled Shrimp on the Barbie$ 17.99
Sirloin 9 oz. & Grilled Shrimp on the Barbie$ 20.99
Sirloin 12 oz. & Grilled Shrimp on the Barbie$ 23.99
8 oz. Herb Roasted Prime Rib$ 19.99
12 oz. Herb Roasted Prime Rib$ 21.99
16 oz. Herb Roasted Prime Rib$ 24.99

Chicken, Ribs & More

Bloomin’ Fried Chicken$ 18.99
Baby Back Ribs – Full Rack$ 22.99
Baby Back Ribs – Half Rack$ 16.99
Pork Porterhouse$ 15.99
Grilled Chicken On The Barbie 5 oz$ 9.99
Grilled Chicken on the Barbie 8 oz.$ 13.99
Drover’s Ribs And Chicken Platter$ 17.99
Chicken Tender Platter$ 12.99
Queensland Chicken & Shrimp Pasta
[Pasta Only]
$ 16.49
Queensland Chicken & Shrimp Pasta
[All Chicken]
$ 16.49
Queensland Chicken & Shrimp Pasta
[All Shrimp]
$ 16.49
Queensland Chicken & Shrimp Pasta
[Chicken & Shrimp]
$ 18.49
Alice Springs Chicken® 5 oz$ 12.49
Alice Springs Chicken® 8 oz.$ 15.49

Seafood Entrees

Toowoomba Salmon$ 25.99
Bacon Bourbon Salmon 7 oz.$ 17.99
Bacon Bourbon Salmon 10 oz.$ 19.99
Perfectly Grilled Salmon 7 oz$ 16.99
Perfectly Grilled Salmon 10 oz.$ 18.99
Tilapia with Pure Lump Crab Meat$ 16.99
Steamed Lobster Tails$ 25.99
Hand-Breaded Shrimp$ 16.49

Burgers & Sandwiches

Bloomin’ Fried Chicken Sandwich$ 12.49
Sweet Chook O’ Mine Sandwich$ 11.99
Smokehouse Philly$ 12.99
Grass-fed Burger with Aged Cheddar$ 13.49
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$ 14.99
Chicken Caesar Salad$ 16.99
Shrimp Caesar Salad$ 16.99
Steakhouse Salad$ 15.99

Soups & Side Items

House Side Salad$ 5.99
Caesar Side Salad$ 5.99
Blue Cheese Pecan Chopped Side Salad$ 6.99
Classic Blue Cheese Wedge Side Salad$ 5.99
Homestyle Mashed Potatoes$ 4.99
Loaded Mashed Potatoes$ 5.99
Aussie Fries$ 3.99
Dressed Baked Potato$ 4.99
Sweet Potato With Honey Butter & Brown Sugar$ 4.99
Fresh Seasonal Vegetables$ 3.99
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$ 31.99
Grilled Shrimp on The Barbie Party Platter$ 35.99
Gold Coast Coconut Shrimp Party Platter$ 36.99
Baby Back Ribs Party Platter$ 41.99
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


Chocolate Thunder from Down Under$ 8.99
Salted Caramel Cookie Skillet$ 8.49
Double Chocolate Mini Dessert Parfait$ 4.49
Fresh Strawberry Shortcake Mini Dessert Parfait$ 5.99
Triple-Layer Carrot Cake$ 7.99
New York-Style Cheesecake$ 8.99

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
Joey Sirloin$ 8.49
Fresh Seasonal Vegetables$ 4.99
Aussie Fries$ 4.99
Spotted Dog Sundae with Chocolate Sauce$ 2.99
Kids Fruit$ 1.99
A scoop of Vanilla Ice Cream$ 0.99

Non-Alcoholic Beverages

Coca Cola Products$ 2.49
DR. PEPPER$ 3.49
Sweetened Iced Tea$ 3.49
Acqua Panna Still$ 2.99
San Pellegrino Sparkling$ 3.49
Lemonade$ 3.49
Aussie Palmer$ 3.49
Strawberry Lemonade$ 3.49


Outback Steakhouses provide a welcoming atmosphere that puts you in the mood for steak. The tables are spacious enough to hold the enormous servings of food, and the chairs are well-spaced.

There have been complaints that the steaks were undercooked, but it hasn’t detracted from the deliciousness. French onion soup is a delectable cheesy treat, and the salads are done to perfection.

Jerky and gently spicy, the beef patty was a satisfying bite of meat. If mayonnaise had been included, it would have been perfect.


Cheesecakes are one of my favourites, so I ordered one for dessert. The Cheesecake Factory cheesecakes are among of my favourites, so I wasn’t expecting this one to be much better. However, it was much bigger, creamier, and quite wonderful when I tried it.

Even if it didn’t compare to the Cheesecake Factory’s, it’s worth a shot. Strawberry lemonade was my next experiment. Strawberries added a tart and sweet taste to every sip of this delightful lemonade.

Steaks are unquestionably the most popular dishes on the menu. The sirloin, ribeye, New York strip, bone-in natural cut ribeye, Victoria’s fillet mignon, Porterhouse, and slow-roasted prime rib cuts are all available at the restaurant.
Waiting time is quite quick, given the number of things on the menu that need some preparation. Even more so, the wait staff is courteous and eager to serve you.


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