We visited the place back in 2008, when we spent two months in San Antonio. It was good then and it's good now. My partner had the salad which was fresh, crispy and well presented. The warm bread is great too...maybe a little sweet for some, but we loved it, especially with the creamy butter. The filets were perfect...okay, some people might think we are Philistines as we like our meat medium-well, but if the beef is top quality, the marbling keeps it juicy and moist. The vegetables really caught the eye. Snow peas, zucchini, broccoli and carrots, all perfectly cooked and al-dente. This was washed down by an excellent Australian Shiraz. In the end, I guess it's all about "you pays your money and you takes your choice". We could have gone to Morton's, paid three or four times the price, and no doubt we would have enjoyed it, but we chose the Outback. Everything was to our taste, the staff were delightful and very helpful and the price was very reasonable. We couldn't fault it.