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6 Best Outback Signature Steaks Ranked 

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Savor the succulent essence of the signature steaks from Outback Steakhouse, which are expertly prepared to enhance your dining experience. This piece takes us on a meat-loving expedition through the tantalizing array of steaks that embody the spirit of Outback Steakhouse. Outback Steakhouse, which is well-known for its dedication to flavor and quality, offers a remarkable selection of signature steaks that are all expertly prepared and perfectly grilled. A journey through a variety of cuts and flavors awaits you with these steaks, from the rich and marbled Ribeye to the tender and flavorful Outback Special. We explore the best of Outback’s signature steaks, savoring their delicate flavor, robust seasoning, and the unmatched dining experience they provide. Come enjoy the subtleties of every steak as we lead you through the best options that highlight Outback Steakhouse’s commitment to providing delicious, premium steaks.

The Ribeye

The Ribeye
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The Ribeye is the flavor king cut of steak at Outback Steakhouse and a fan favorite for steak lovers everywhere. The marbling of a ribeye gives it its rich flavor, combining lean protein with even fat distribution. The boneless ribeye is a robust 12-ounce serving and a popular item to split.  Outback Steakhouse gives you the choice of having your ribeye char-grilled or seared over an open flame from an oak wood-fired grill. The hearty marbling makes this one of the more flavorful steaks that doesn’t need any fancy sauces or heavy seasonings to taste amazing. I recommend pairing it with Outback’s loaded baked potato.


Center-Cut Sirloin

Center-Cut Sirloin
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Look no further than the Center-Cut Sirloin if you’re looking for a smaller portion of meat that will make up for its size with a decadent, succulent texture and flavor. This perfect thick-cut sirloin is 6 ounces of heavenly beef that will satisfy you without feeling like you’re bursting to the brim. Plus, the Center-Cut comes with two sides and an order of their famous bread for a very low price. If you want a more significant portion, Outback is happy to oblige for an additional cost. You can increase it from 6 to 8 ounces or opt for the massive 11-ounce center cut.


Victoria Filet Mignon

Victoria Filet Mignon
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Filet Mignon is the most luxurious and coveted cut of steak that certainly lives up to its fancy name. Just as it is the priciest cut of meat at any butcher shop or fine dining chophouse, the Victoria Filet Mignon is one of the more expensive menu items at Outback. It’s a special occasion kind of steak. This thick cut of the tenderest and juiciest sirloin on the menu is the height of decadence and comes in either six or 8-ounce servings. I enjoyed my 8-ounce cut with a side of seasoned and grilled asparagus and thick-cut steak fries. It was as flavorful and rich as any fine dining steakhouse and for half the price!

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Bone-in Ribeye

Bone-in Ribeye
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The only cut of steak more flavorful than Outback’s ribeye is its bone-in ribeye. Culinary experts and grandmothers alike know to reserve bones as essential flavor additives for soups and broths. Consequently,  I recommend the bone-in ribeye as the bone adds yet another layer to an already flavorful cut of steak. Outback sears this massive cut of beef over an oak wood-fired grill for a simple yet succulent steak that needs little embellishment. The bone-in ribeye is a staggering 18 ounces, while the boneless is 12 ounces. These steaks are big enough to split. If you order them for one, they make the most decadent leftovers.


Melbourne Porterhouse

Melbourne Porterhouse
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If you can’t decide between a strip or a tenderloin, you can have both with a massive Melbourne Porterhouse. Since Porterhouse steaks include two cuts of steak plus a T-bone, it will be a large meal. Consequently, the Porterhouse is the go-to order for a steakhouse date night. Outback’s Melbourne Porterhouse is a vast 22 ounces and comes with two sides and a serving of Outback’s delicious bread. All that’s left for your perfect steak date night is an excellent bottle of red wine. I recommend pairing this steak with a fully loaded baked potato and mixed vegetables. 


New York Strip

New York Strip
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The New York Strip is a perfect balance of flavorful marbling and a thick, tender bite. Outback’s classic New York Strip uses a unique seasoning blend before throwing it on the grill and slicing it up for a traditional plating. It’s a buttery and indulgent cut of steak that you can use your fork to cut through. Their seasoning blend just adds to the flavor, creating a wonderful crust and permeating the marbled layers of muscle and fat. Plus, at a hearty 12-ounce serving, you will leave more than satisfied and might even have some to enjoy the next day!

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  1. Ate at outback in evansville indiana, ordered large ribeye. steak. Mostly fat had a saucer full of fat couldn’t eat, which was almost half of my meat. The grilled shrimp was great.

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