I ordered Outback curbside takeaway on the one night I was staying at a nearby hotel. After waiting in the car for 5 minutes after my order was to have been ready - and seeing no one bringing out bags of take-out food - I went inside. My order was not ready, but was done within about 8 minutes. I didn't check the food before returning to the hotel. I was disappointed to see that my "filet" - normally thick and round - was flat and thin. It was cooked correctly, but was not tender or flavorful as Victoria's Filet normally is. While this experience was not horrible, I think it's especially important to a) follow your own rules about curbside takeaway, 2) make sure orders are ready on time, and 3) (most importantly) make sure the order is totally correct. You only have one chance to make a first impression when food is carried out, and my impression was that this is not a great Outback.
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