Outback Steakhouse welcomes the colder weather by introducing some savory new flavors like the new Sirloin & Tasmanian Shrimp and new Smoked Porterhouse, alongside returning fan favorites, including Kingsland Pasta and Cinnamon Oblivion.
Starting at a suggested price of $16.99 (may vary), Outback’s new Sirloin & Tasmanian Shrimp features a signature center-cut 6-oz (8-oz) sirloin topped with a spicy steak butter and paired with the brand’s hand-breaded Bloomin’ Fried Shrimp, tossed in Nashville-style dry rub and drizzled with spicy Bloom sauce. The new dish also comes served with your choice of two sides.
New Smoked Porterhouse features tender, flavorful cuts of NY Strip and filet tenderloin infused with hickory smoke under a dome and served on a wood platter. Prices are available upon request.
Back for a second time this year, Kingsland Pasta consists of fettuccine noodles tossed in Alfredo sauce and topped with grilled steak and shrimp. This time around, Kingsland Pasta can be enjoyed in classic and spicy varieties, with prices starting at $21.99 (may vary).
An Outback throwback, Cinnamon Oblivion is made with vanilla ice cream rolled in cinnamon pecans and topped with warm cinnamon apples, cinnamon croutons, caramel sauce, whipped cream, and sliced strawberries. It goes for $8.99 at my local Outback.
Both new and returning menu items can be found at participating Outback Steakhouse locations nationwide for a limited time.