Outback Menu Prices

A Menu Worth Exploring

When picking out a restaurant for lunch or dinner, one of the first thoughts that come to mind is price.   The goal is to get a reasonably priced meal that tastes worth the money you spent.  At Outback Steakhouse that is exactly what you get.  The Outback menu has something for everyone,  starting with appetizers all the way to desserts.  Whats more is the fact that Outback menu prices won’t put a hole in your pocket,

Let’s start with the appetizers, or what Outback likes to call “Aussie-Tizers.”  Outback menu prices for appetizers range from  $5.49 for a small order of Alice Springs Chicken Quesadillas® all the way up to $10.29 for a regular sized order of Seared Ahi Tuna . Also worth mentioning is the  famous Bloomin’ Onion® priced at $7.29.

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When it comes to Outback menu prices and options for soups and salads, you can choose from a cup of Walkabout Soup® of the Day priced at $2.99 or a bowl for $4.29.  The prices for their specialty salads such as the Aussie Chicken Cobb, Sesame Salad®, and Steakhouse Salad® range from $10.99 to $12.99.

We then have the Outback favorites which offer quite an array of meals such as, ribs, parmesan pasta, lamb, chicken, pork tenderloins, pork chops, chopped steak, and chicken tenders.  The prices range from $8.99 for the chopped steak to $19.99 for the New Zealand Lamb®.  You are also able to add a Walkabout Soup® or a Signature Salad to these meals for a mere $2.99.

Outback Steakhouse also gives you the option of creating your own steak made precisely to your liking.  You can choose your cut, size, cooking style, temperature, sides, and an add on.  The prices are from $10.99 for a 6 oz. Outback Special® to $23.99 for an 18 oz. Porterhouse steak.  The add on pricing for these meals vary from $1.00 for Blue Cheese Crumb Crust or Horseradish Crumb Crust to $7.99 for a ½ pound Snow Crab.  Note that the mentioned Outback menu prices may vary by location.

When you do not wish to create your own steak, there is the option of Outback Steakhouse’s specialty steaks and combinations.  These dishes range from $13.99 for a 6 oz. Sirloin & Choice of Shrimp and up to $23.99 for the Filet & Lobster Tail meal.  You are also able to add the soup or salad option to this as well.

If you are in the mood for seafood, Outback Steakhouse also offers a Fish & Chips meal for $10.99.  Along with other tasty catches ranging from $14.99 for the Perfectly Grilled Salmon to $24.99 for the Lobster Tails. Outback menu prices

And if you are in the mood for something simple, Outback Steakhouse also offers burgers and sandwiches ranging from $7.99 to $10.99 which also gives you the option of adding a soup or salad for an additional $2.99.

Curious about the Outback menu prices for sides? When choosing sides for your meal, $2.99 will get you a wide assortment such as Fresh Steamed Broccoli, Green Beans, Aussie Fries, Dressed Baked Potatoes, just to name a few.

Now for the sweet part.  Dessert! Outback Steakhouse offers a slice of Classic Cheesecake for $4.79, a Sweet Adventure Sampler Trio® for $8.79, and many more.


All in all Outback menu prices are very fair, especially when  you consider the quality and flavor you are getting with your meal.

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Outback Lunch Menu

Its time for lunch and you are starving, but you can’t decide where to catch a quick meal.  A meal that will leave you satisfied, but not break the bank.  The Outback lunch menu has all of that and much more.  The menu features consistently great food with something for all ages.

An appetizer is a great way to start a meal or to share with  your guests.  The Outback lunch menu offers their world famous Bloomin’ Onion®, Aussie Cheese Fries, Seared Ahi Tuna, Chicken Artichoke Flatbread, Grilled Shrimp on the Barbie, and more.   If you are looking for a fast and easy meal, then the Endless Soup and Salad options for $6.99 gives you a bowl of the day’s soup and a choice of a House or Caesar Salad. This option is great for the work day when you need to be in and out.   Speaking of soup and salad, Outback Steakhouse also offers French Onion Soup, Aussie Chicken Cobb Salads, Steakhouse Salads, and a Shrimp or Chicken Salad, most of which are less than 600 calories. That is a deal in itself.

The Outback lunch menu also features combinations where you can choose from a Classic Cheeseburger, 6 Coconut Shrimp, Alice Springs Chicken Quesadillas®, ½ Filet Focaccia Sandwich, and Chicken Artichoke Sandwich.  That’s not all, you can then choose from a cup of soup or salad.  All of this for $7.99 depending on your location.

If you are in the mood for a classic meal,  a wide selection of burgers and sandwiches are also listed on the Outback lunch menu.  All burgers and sandwiches are served with Aussie Fries and the burgers are cooked to your liking.  There is The Outback Burger, Classic Cheeseburger, Aged Cheddar Bacon Burger, The Bloomin’ Burger®, and the Filet Focaccia Sandwich to name a few.  The option to add a cup of soup or a salad is available as well.

Steak plates are also an option for lunch! Outback Steakhouse creates Steak Plates for $9.99 which includes The Bloomin’ Sirloin®, Sirloin with Wild Mushroom Sauce, or a Sirloin Diablo, which is served with Aussie Fries and the choice to add a soup or salad.

When the steak plates are not enough, you can go with The Signature Steaks such as The Outback Special®, Victoria’s Filet®, Ribeye, or Sirloin and Choice of Shrimp.  All of the meats are thick and juicy cuts that are certain to please your taste buds.

Some favorites on the Outback lunch menu include their Hand-Breaded Chicken Tenders, Grilled Chicken on the Barbie, Perfectly Grilled Salmon, Simply Grilled Tilapia, No Rules Parmesan Pasta, and more.  It is your lunch, so it is your choice!

Just because it is lunch does not mean that you can’t have dessert to top it off, right?  Outback Steakhouse sweetly serves Classic Cheesecake, Carrot Cake, Cake Pops, and Chocolate Thunder From Down Under® desserts.  Even better, the Classic Cheesecake and Cake Pops are less than 600 calories so you do not even have to feel guilty about going with dessert for lunch.


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