Outback Steakhouse is well known Australian-themed, casual dining restaurant chain that serves American cuisine. They are best known for their Bloomin' Onion, a one-pound onion, cut open to form a 'bloom', breaded, deep-fried, and served with mayo-horseradish sauce. However, with the growing number of healthy eaters focusing on low-salt, low-sugar, low-calorie foods, the chain began to focus on steaks and salads. Their updated keto friendly menu helps their keto customers enjoy Outback Steakhouse without having that guilty feeling after.
Based on the research and the updated outback steakhouse menu, there are 21 keto options available with less than 20g of net carbohydrates.
Most of their signature steaks (beef, pork porterhouse, chicken and lamb) and seafood (salmon, lobster, crab, and shrimp) are already low in carbohydrates as they are without any sides. But if you wanted to have sides with your main dish, go for their steamed broccoli and seasonal mixed vegies. Just avoid the sauces as they usually are made from soy sauce and sugar, which will derail your keto experience.
Also, salads like the Grilled Chicken Aussie Cobb, Aussie Cobb Salad, House Salad, and the Bacon Bourbon Salmon without dressing are a sure go. none of which with more than 21g of net carbs
You may also want to try out their sandwiches such as the Grilled Chicken & Swiss Cheese, Philly Steakhouse, Grass-fed Burger with Aged Cedar, and Wood-grilled California chicken, all of which may be under 20g or more of net carbs. Just skip out on the bun, and lessen then sauce (if any), to enjoy the meal.