Outback Steakhouse has made some new changes to their menu. The new menu flavorful choices and also lower prices and chances for bigger portions.
Outback Steakhouse is known for bringing steakhouse cuisine and putting an Australian spin on it while keeping everything casual. Obviously, everyone knows about their Bloomin’ Onions and their steaks are always made with care.
As reported by Chewboom, Outback has some changes to their menu to help simplify things and make their cuisine more affordable for consumers. Outback is also adding some new items to help entice visitors.
The new Outback menu debuted on Wednesday the 2nd and one of the big things Outback has done is to separate their steaks by their cooking style. Diners have a choice between Seasoned and Seared, Slow-Roasted, and Char-Grilled.
Most of these items are menu holdovers, but there is a new Bone-In New York Strip added to the Char-Grilled selections. This seems like a must-try at 16 ounces and packed full of flavor.
Outback has also added new Steak ‘N Mate Combos which are a pairing of steak with another protein along with a choice of potato and one side. These combos are a dream pairing for steak lovers and are sure to meet the needs of any steak eater. The new Steak ‘N Mate combos include:
- Center-cut Sirloin and choice of Shrimp (Grilled Shrimp or Shrimp on the Barbie)
- Center-cut Sirloin and Aussie Twisted Ribs
- Center-cut Sirloin and Grilled Chicken
- Ribeye and choice of Shrimp
- Filet Mignon and Lobster
Outback has also added new menu items including a few for non-steak eaters
Along with the Steak ‘N Mate combos, Outback is bringing some new items to the menu. These include two new sandwiches:
Braised Beef Bonzer-Wich and the Prime Rib Sandwich along with the new Bloomin’ Fried Chicken, Pork and Pineapple Medallions, and Toowomba Salmon. If you are looking to add dessert to your meal you should try the new Butter Cake and the amazingly sounding Chocolate Fondue Flight.
Outback is positioning its new menu to be more affordable and they are also dropping their price on the classic Bloomin’ Onion to just $7.99. Outback is also lowering the cost of upgrading from a 6-ounce Center-cut sirloin to the 8-ounce Center-cut to just $2.