Australian tchotchkes and brews give this quintessentially American restaurant a distinctive Down Under flavor..
Boomerangs, Aussie flags, kangaroo portraits and faux aboriginal art honor the homeland's wilderness, but Outback delivers a polished version of rusticity with varnished blond-wood booths with matching wainscoting and casually uniformed waitstaff. Besides more than a half-dozen cuts of steak, diners can pick from large-portioned entrees like ribs, chops and shrimp or chicken "on the barbie." The Bloomin' Onion, a large onion dipped in batter and deep-fried, is an appetizer with a following.
Outback has the best service that is always with a smile and they focus on the customer's needs first.
They steaks are cooked to perfection and the food is always wonderful no matter what you decide to have. With the call ahead seating, we do not have to wait as long anymore which is great. I guess when you are one of the buisest Outbacks in the world and are very popular then you will have a wait. Take your family to Outback and enjoy a wonderful evening with an extremly friendly staff.
Good Stuff!. For the "fast food" of steak Outback can't be beat! Quality meat combined with the usual trimmings of baked potatos, salads and such makes for quick, casual dining. Expect long waits though.
Chain Gang overrated. Overcrowded, overrated, overpriced for the second-rate food, overdone for the ambience, over and out when it comes to comparing this chain to a quality establishment like Kansas City Prime, Capitol Grill, Morton's, Palm, Ruth's Chris, Prime Rib, and the SALOON! You might as well put McDonald's in these ratings if you're going to put this schlock joint ahead of the class places.
Wunder Down Under!. Authentic cuisine, excellent food and service. Sometimes long lines, but can use "call ahead" service. Usually really loud and smoking section filters over to the non-smoking. TV's at the bar take away from the pleasure of the top rate service and comfortable atmosphere. Prices are high, but food is in good portions and always top quality.
Not Good. The service was terrible. They couldnt tell if a steak was rare or well done. Our orders were wrong the first time when questioned the waitress was very hatefull
Chain appeal. This chain restaurant always comes through. There is nothing unique about this site, but if you like Outbacks, this is the place for you.
Thunder from Down Under. I really like the Outback Steakhouse. I have always been served delicious, hot and fresh meals. The wait staff is always friendly and I enjoy the Australian themed atmosphere. There are always large crowds on weekends and holidays, where the wait can be up to 3 hours sometimes! Fortunately, they offer call ahead seating. If you call ahead, the max. wait is around 30 minutes after arrival even in the busiest of times. Call ahead on weeknights and your table is usually ready when you arrive. My favorite poultry dish is Chicken on the Barbie, which is tender, juicy grilled chicken with BBQ sauce and fresh vegetables on the side. My favorite steak there is Victoria's Filet, which is a tender filet mignon complimented with your choice of potato. If you have never been to Outback, try it at least once. You'll probably end up going back again and again!
Outhouse Steakback. At this joint, you order your meat win, place or show. It's bad enough to fry steak, but you can get a serious case of TMJ here. Every chain has a gimmick - this one has it's bloomin' onion - which is a variation on your basic onion ring but more appealing. Like so many others, these chains are more like beartraps for the conoisseur - however more than ideal for the high school prom date: all their effort is spent in the distracting and mindless marketing on the menu...
overpriced and underserviced. This resturant chain is way overrated, the service is poor, the low quality meat does not meet the high price charged. What can you expect from Down Under?
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