Mediocre at best.
The service was good, other than the annoyance of the waitress and a manager asking me how my meal was twice within a minute of each other and both times I had to finish chewing the rough steak to answer them.
They advertise "The Melbourne" as a 20 oz steak that is good for two meals. It is $25 and comes with 2 sides. They don't tell you that it is about 8 oz of t-bone, 6 oz meat, 6 oz fat. The baked potato was standard, just like one you could get cheaper at applebees. The blue cheese lettuce wedge salad was good. I took four bites of the melbourne, i couldn't even cut through it due to the various layers of fat and overall tough meat. It felt like i was trying to cut through it with a butter knife. I came here for a great steak and got a sub-standard hunk of trash. My entire meal, beer, tip was $40 and what I got was a beer, salad, baked potato and 3 crappy bites of meat before I gave up on it.
Another annoyance, the outside booths have lights that sit about 18 inches off of the table, they are very hot. I had to unscrew the light bulb to stop sweating.
The facility itself is aesthetically pleasing, the service was nice overall, but I go out to eat at steakhouses for a great cut of meat. I don't mind spending $40-$60 on my meal but it better be well above your average applebees steak.
I'm glad I went with friends the first time so I know never to take a date there.
I will never return to this restaurant chain, I found my experience at texas roadhouse to be much better.
Australian tchotchkes and brews give this quintessentially American restaurant a distinctive Down Under flavor..
Boomerangs, Aussie flags, kangaroo portraits and faux aboriginal art honor the homeland's wilderness, but Outback delivers a polished version of rusticity with varnished blond-wood booths with matching wainscoting and casually uniformed waitstaff. Besides more than a half-dozen cuts of steak, diners can pick from large-portioned entrees like ribs, chops and shrimp or chicken "on the barbie." The Bloomin' Onion, a large onion dipped in batter and deep-fried, is an appetizer with a following.
Average american style food (wings, steaks, fries in many incarnations). Average service, but the atmosphere of the Steakhouses is fun.
I hope no one is under the illusion of believing that the food served here is Australian in any way! As an Australian I was somewhat bemused by the complete absence of any australian style food on the menu.
I'd recommend this restaurant to large groups/families who don't want to spend too much, but are looking for reasonable quality fare.
Alarmingly wonderful. This is by far the best steakhouse at which I've eaten thus far in PA. I don't have a single complaint; only praise for the wonderful staff and the excellent food. This will continue to be one of my favorites.
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