This Outback follows the chain's successful formula. This restaurant is like other Outbacks, but that is a good thing.
The food was good. The staff was friendly. The parking lot was crowded even on a Tuesday night. Although the parking lot was crowded, the wait time was minimal. The food arrived in a timely manner and every thing was as we ordered.
It would be easy to make a meal of the delicious bread that they bring to the table. This time we restrained ourselves and ate only two loaves. The cheese fries ($8) were tasty, but the cheese didn't really stick to the fries because the cheese was not melted thoroughly. My 6 oz sirloin ($10) was delicious, and the accompanying sides were great. The other entrees, a pork chop ($14) and filet and shrimp ($16), were also tasty, but my daughter complained about the spiciness of her shrimp and steak. If you want less spice, choose the wood-fired option.
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