Love their steaks that's all I got to say.a d the blooming onion $26 for a rib eye but no complains.never was disappointed
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We were ravenous while running errands passing by the restaurant. At 4pm it was late for lunch and too early for dinner. We were not even sure if they will be open, the parking lot looked empty. We walked into a darkened room and were welcomed with a smile. The place was mostly empty, and our expectations were not high.... More
We stay on parsippany by bussines reason so Outback is a great choice close to our hotel,with dishes for all different people, some cold draft beer, snacks,steaks, clam chowder or salads, ...but the most important very warmth employees who make you feel very comfortable. The only problem that we found it was that theres no much tables for groups of... More
We VERY VERY disappointed, steaks were not cooked the way we wanted. Too, many other places to eat.....WILL NOT BE BACK !!!!!
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Though we have outback in the Philippines... this is bloomin different!!! The Bloomin onion was quite pretty to look at and fun to eat but it was a little greasy (but it was expected of a deep fried battered onion). My rib eye was done perfectly and did not need any additional sauce or gravy. Overall an enjoyable meal.
I'm not usually a "chain" restaurant gal, but the Outback is my favorite of this genre. Service was excellent, and their lamb chops, albeit expensive, are always good. Their bar always does a good business too. I've found them to be very accommodating -- if they can, they will.
I stopped for dinner after battling the Garden State Parkway on Sunday night. The place was jam packed! I sat at the bar and ordered the six ounce steak, baked potato and Caesar salad. Everything was absolutely delicious with nothing to take home for a change. The bartender was super friendly and recommended her favorite pinot grigio. That was a... More
I had the steak salad. It consisted of a grocery store quality of bagged salad....it was iceberg lettuce-hard white pieces and all....it had a few halves of cherry tomatoes.....matchstick carrots...candied nut pieces....tossed in a vinagrette salad dressing and blue cheese. It was around $13..... I could have made it much better at home. My husband had the ribeye melt sandwich.... More
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