When looking for the vegan options at Outback Steakhouse, we couldn’t find any so we reached out to them. To our (pleasant!) surprise we heard back rather quick. They sent us a complete vegan and vegetarian menu with a crazy amount of detail. Jackpot!
So, while we’re pretty excited that the thought and effort was put into making a guide for vegetarians and vegan, the actual options themselves, well, you can see for yourself.
Outback Steakhouse Vegan Options
- House Side Salad (fresh mixed greens with cucumbers, tomatoes and red onions) – Order with NO cheese or croutons
- Blue Cheese Pecan Side Salad (chopped style mixed greens with shredded carrots, red cabbage, green onions, cinnamon pecans and Aussie Crunch) – Order with NO blue cheese crumbles and substitute one of the vegan dressings below.
- Tangy Tomato
- Light Balsamic Vinaigrette
- Mustard Vinaigrette
- Baked Potato – Order Plain
- Sweet Potato – Order with NO butter
- Green Beans – Order with NO butter
- Broccoli – Order with NO butter
Per Outback Steakhouse: Approved Vegan menu items EXCLUDE: eggs, dairy, fish, shellfish, mollusks, honey, gelatin, and animal-based rennet used in cheese making. Fried foods are excluded due to cross-contact with animal protein in shared fryers.
All vegan/vegetarian menu items are prepared in the same kitchen area where non-vegan/vegetarian items are prepared. Our dietitians have reviewed and approved the following menu items and modifications for vegan/vegetarian selections based on the most current recipes and ingredient information from our food suppliers.
Additionally, our culinary team will strive to accommodate your special dietary needs to these currently offered meals.
Please be aware none of our food items are certified vegan/vegetarian. Normal kitchen operations involve cross-contact with other foods and, therefore, we are unable to guarantee that any menu item is completely free of animal product and assume no responsibility for guests with dietary restrictions.
Outback Steakhouse FAQ
Can I eat WFPB (Whole Food Plant Based) at Outback Steakhouse?
Yes! The obvious choices would be a Baked Potato, Sweet Potato, Green Beans and Broccoli; all ordered with NO butter. You could also get the House Side Salad with NO cheese or croutons; however, none of the dressings are oil-free. You could ask for ketchup or mustard to top your potatoes with.
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Ryan’s Pick: It’s been quite a while since I’ve been to an Outback. Not gonna lie though, I used to love those Bloomin’ Onions. If we end up at an Outback I’ll update here.
Jen’s Pick: I haven’t been to an Outback in at least 10 years but am incredibly happy to know there is an option if we happened to be at one.
More Links and Info:
- Want to see Outback’s full menu? Head over to the Outback Steakhouse Website
- Information pulled directly from Outback’s Customer Relations Team
- Not seeing exactly what you wanted? We also have vegan guides for other locations like Yard House and Longhorn as well as over 120 other popular chain restaurants on our Vegan Guides at Restaurants Main Page
Disclaimer: We are working tirelessly to make sure all the information contained in VeggL is as accurate as possible and up to date. However, sometimes options change. If you notice a change at a restaurant that we need to know about, let us know. VeggL is not responsible for out of date or incorrect information.