Food Review: Outback Steakhouse

Outback Steakhouse is an Australian themed American Restaurant that has been operating in the country for long time now. This restaurant is popular with their steak, baby rack ribs and sirloins.

Round Juan team went to this restaurant to try some of its best offerings and to figure it why they are one of the best restaurants in the Philippines when it comes to steaks.

Outback Steakhouse Baby Back Ribs with Sirloin and Fries

Specialty cuts and combos - The sirloin and baby back ribs

The 6oz signature sirloin paired with a half rack of smoked baby back ribs served with Aussie Fries

The 6oz sirloin is very juicy and tasty but it is a bit hard to slice and it will really take time to chew the food. Since this is an Aussie restaurant, we expected to have a larger serving of the steak, ribs and more Aussie fries but we got small. This is a bit expensive in the Philippines with its price.

The baby back ribs were meaty and tender. The sweet, tangy and smoked flavor is excellent. You do not need a knife to cut the meat. The meat falls off of the bone easily.

Outback Steakhouse Crème Brulee

Irresistible Desserts- Crème Brulee (Creamy vanilla custard topped with caramelized sugar crust)

The Crème Brulee of the outback steakhouse is irresistible indeed! The soft texture of the custard and the added crunch of the sugar boost the intense feeling of heaven in your mouth. The creaminess of the custard has a balanced sweetness, but when combined with the strawberry and whipped cream garnish it is delightfully luscious.

Outback Steakhouse Strawberry Mojito

Strawberry Mojito, a refreshing combination of strawberries, lime, fresh mint and Bacardi silver rum muddled together and topped with soda

This cocktail drink is very refreshing. It is great for chilling with friends during hot days. The drink is sweet with a strong flavor of strawberry with a hint of lime juice and tingling texture of mint and soda water. The combination of the ingredients and rum is just perfect to drink while eating with the main dishes of the outback steakhouse.

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