This Outback was one of the early restaurants to open for lunch. They recently remodeled, and it is definitely a fresher, cleaner atmosphere. The music was finally not too loud on this visit. My waitress was perky, maybe a little too perky, I got tired of hearing, "you got it" whenever we ordered an item. My french dip was great. But the ramiken in which it was served had a big crack in the side, which was infused with a dark color. So that was replaced, and the order was fine. But my other two business guests were disappointed with their food. The lunch sirloin was tough. It was even difficult for my female guest to chew. The California salad for my other guest had good chicken, but the lettuce was old and discolored. How hard is it to slice up a fresh head of 99 cent lettuce, you guys? Why serve the stalky, white stem and yellow un-ripe sections? So overall, I feel the kitchen management is pretty lacking at this Outback. Outback spends mass quantities of money on advertising. Please spend a few cents more on the product. As we say here in Texas, "Why put lipstick on a pig?" Pass this one by.
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