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.
Can't Go Wrong with the Prime Rib!. We have eaten at Outback several times and have always ordered one of their steaks. We found the steaks to be of about average quality... HOWEVER, we recently gave their prime rib a try and were favorably impressed. We have tried various cuts and recommend the larger portion...it is absolutely fabulous, but come hungry or plan to share a serving between people. Service is unpredictable and sometimes downright slow and inattentive but that tasty prime rib makes up for it!
West End Outback-very impressed!. The staff is great! They were very helpful and knowledgeable about their menu items and wine list. The happy hour from 4-7 is a definate plus. Great place to go after work. I reccommend the Alice Springs Chicken with the Sweet Potato. It's the most delicious thing on the menu along with the Victoria's Filet. Get the steaks with light seasoning and cooked medium, and you'll have a tender steak that compares with some of the other well known steak houses in town (for a fraction of the cost!). It's a great place to go with groups for a special occasion, or just to have a blast with your friends. I highly reccommend it! There's even a parking garage under the restaurant with elevators in case it's raining.
not in the same league. Out Back is fine for a nice little mass market chain restaurant, but it is not even close to being able to serve a fine quality meal on the level of a Jimmy Kelley's or a Stock Yard. It is deceptive to even rank it in the same survey with those other true steak houses.
Outback??? Out of the question!!. Outback is way overpriced for what you get. Can not believe people would rank this restaurant ahead of the cities two best restaurants -- Morton's and The Palm.
great. I have never had a bad meal at the restaurant on Madisonville Rd.
A Great Nite Out. The many times we have dined at Outback, we have experienced great service and even better food. The bloomin onion is great, but the fried 'shrooms are super too, with giant servings, enough for a crowd! The steaks are tender and juicy, with a great tasting marinade. The rack of lamb is killer, too.
"NOT". OVERPRICED....SMALLER PORTIONS..makes you leave under- portioned.....aTOO LITTLE FOR TOO MUCH......................OVERRATED....AND INCONSISTANT
Ala Carte???....I don't think so!. The great thing about Outback is that unlike most other restaurant specializing in fresh, delectable steaks is that you won't have to mortgage you house to eat there and that it is not ala carte. Along with every meal you get a side item and all steak entrees also receive choice of soup or salad. I would suggest Victoria's Filet. The most tender item on the menu. You may also request that it be cooked on the open flame as opposed to the flat top grill. While this filet is surprisingly not Filet Mignon you will notice that it has an 3 oz medallion which may or may not add just a little fat to the cut. But where else are you going to get soup/salad, bread, side item, and steak for 16 bucks????
blackened excellence. Their Blackened Prime Rib is THE best that Nashville has to offer. Although most of their menu is "ala carte" & a little pricey, I would still rather spend the money knowing that I am getting a superbly cooked meal.
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