Outback Steakhouse Gluten Free Menu

Now I’m going to be completely honest with you.

I’ve never really been a fan of Outback Steakhouse.

I think I’v been there like twice in my life. That’s it.

I’m kinda picky when it comes to steak mostly because I enjoy going to The Capital Grille (gluten free menu items available) or Ruth Chris Steakhouse.

I have nothing against Outback, it’s just that I’m not too fond with their menu choices.

Now don’t get me wrong, I had a great experience at Outback and my server was very attentive, it’s just not my type of cuisine.

However, there is one thing that I really did appreciate the most, the Outback Steakhouse gluten free menu.

This menu was actually pretty hefty!

With that being said, here’s the Outback Steakhouse gluten free menu:

Outback Steakhouse Gluten Free Menu

Aussie-Tizers aka Appetizers

Outback Steakhouse Gluten Free Menu

  • Seared Ahi Tuna
  • Grilled Shrimp on the Barbie

Salads

  • Aussie Chicken Cobb Salad: Ask for no croutons and avoid the Crispy Chicken
  • California Chicken Salad
  • Steakhouse Salad: Avoid the Aussie Crunch
  • Chicken or Shrimp Caesar Salad: Request no croutons

Outback Favorites

Don’t get Aussie Fries. Consider substituting with vegetables without seasoning or with a baked potato.

  • Baby Back Ribs
  • New Zealand Rack of Lamb: Avoid the Cabernet sauce
  • Grilled Pork Chop
  • Alice Springs Chicken
  • Grilled Chicken on the Barbie
  • Sweet Glazed Pork Tenderloin: Avoid crunch crumb topping

Signature Steaks

  • Outback Special
  • Victoria’s Filet
  • New York Strip
  • Ribeye
  • Porterhouse
  • Herb Roasted Prime Rib: Avoid au jus
  • ADD ONS: Grilled Scallops without Lemon Pepper Butter Sauce; Grilled Shrimp; and Lobster Tail

Perfect Combinations

Don’t get Aussie Fries. Consider substituting with vegetables without seasoning or with a baked potato.

  • Ribs and Chicken on the Barbie
  • Filet and Grilled Shrimp on the Barbie
  • Sirloin and Grilled Shrimp on the Barbie
  • Filet and Lobster Tail

Straight from the Sea

  • Norwegian Salmon
  • Simply Grilled Mahi
  • Hears of Gold Mahi: Avoid rice garnish and Lemon Pepper Butter Sauce
  • Lobster Tail

Burgers and Sandwiches

Don’t get Aussie Fries. Consider substituting with vegetables without seasoning or with a baked potato. Plus avoid the bread/buns.

  • The Bloomin’ Burger: Order without onion petals
  • The Outback Burger
  • Classic Cheeseburger
  • Classic Cheeseburger
  • Aged Cheddar Bacon Burger
  • Grilled Chicken and Swiss Sandwich

Freshly Made Sides

  • Fresh steamed broccoli (request no seasoning)
  • Fresh steamed green beans (request no seasoning)
  • Fresh seasonal mixed veggies (request no seasoning)
  • Garlic mashed potatoes
  • Dressed baked potato
  • Sweet potato
  • Grilled asparagus

Side Salads

Be sure to request no croutons and for the salad to be mixed in a new, separate bowl.

  • Signature side salads (House or Caesar with no croutons)
  • Premium Side Salads
    • Classic Blue Cheese Wedge Salad: Avoid Blue Cheese Dressing
    • Blue Cheese Pecan Chopped Salad: Avoid Aussie Crunch
  • All salad dressings are gluten free EXCEPT:
  • Mustard Vinaigrette
  • Blue Cheese dressing

Joey Menu aka Kid’s Menu

  • Aussie Fries are not gluten-free
  • Boomerang Cheeseburger: Order without bun
  • Joey Sirloin
  • Grilled Chicken on the Barbie
  • Junior Ribs
  • Spotted Dog Sundae: Avoid OREO cookie crumble

Outback Specialty Cocktails

  • Rita Trio
  • Naturally Skinny Rita
  • Suaza Gold Coast Rita
  • Top Shelf Patron Margarita
  • New South Wales Sangria
  • The Wallaby Darned
  • Sydney’s Cosmo Martini

Irresistible Desserts

  • Chocolate from Down Under
  • Sydney’s Sinful Sundae

For 150+ complete gluten free restaurant menus similar to the Outback Steakhouse gluten free menu, please be sure to check out my brand new 2014 book, the Gluten Free Guide to Restaurant Chains.

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Comments

  1. says

    Hi,

    I just stumbled upon your blog here and really appreciate all of the information that you have provided for gluten free dining.

    I just have to say that I have been to Outback twice since having to go gluten free last July. I am also dairy free. Both times, the server was very careful about my food from the moment I asked for a gluten free menu. The selection is great (one of the largest I can think of at a restaurant) and the food is delicious. I appreciate Outback’s attentiveness to those of us with health issues!

    • Adam Bryan says

      Hey Kristina! I’m so glad that you appreciate this site and all the information I tried to put on it. It truly does mean a lot to me. And in terms of the Outback gluten free menu, I have to agree with you 100%. The servers are great when it comes to special dietary needs, the food choices are great, and the gluten free menu is almost identical to the normal menu. You definitely can’t leave Outback hungry!

  2. Matt S. says

    Guys, thanks so much for the initial thread and follow ups. I have been GF for 9 years now and over that time it has got a lot easier with my diet.

    Places like outback, chilis and other chains are really doing a great job of tending to our needs.

    Keep this stuff going, it really helps those of us who have restrictions and don’t want to cheat!

    • Bill says

      Agreed w Matt.. he gave me another reason besides looking for outback to come to GR. is Outback at Fort Wayne?

  3. RB says

    Be very careful at Outback. I asked for a gluten free menu and also reminded the waiter I needed to avoid all gluten/wheat. He said they would change gloves, scrape the grill, etc. When my meal was served there was a dime size piece of breading under the broccoli! I showed the waiter and he said my plate had been next to the fryer. They replaced my meal but my husband’s dinner was cold by the time I was re-served.
    Nope – no comps, only a sincere apology!

  4. Katherine says

    This is such a helpful website. I just went gluten free last week. I have alopecia areata, which is an auto immune disorder that attacks your hair follicles thinking you’re hair is bad and pushes your hair out. I have not had any hair anywhere on my body for about 6 years now. Research has been done that is possibly connecting my auto immune disease with wheat/gluten. It may have to do with inflammation, at least that is what I am seeing in the research articles. I figured that I would give it a shot! A woman who had my disease for 10 years began to eat gluten free and all her hair ended up growing back. I figured it couldn’t hurt to give it a try. It is going to be hard, but if this can help, my health can only get better. I can update on my progress as time goes on!

    • Adam Bryan says

      I’m so glad that this website has been able to help your progress. Best of luck, Katherine! Keep us updated!

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