Outback Steakhouse - Puri Indah

Last night my mum and I had just arrived at the shopping centre, when we bumped into my sister and her husband! Turns out they were going to dine at Outback Steakhouse. So of course we jumped on board and tagged along, without an invitation.

The steaks and ribs at Outback were not as big as the ones we've had overseas, but they did taste pretty decent. Everything we ordered are in the photos below. All the steaks were cooked medium-well, and they were cooked correctly, however as cut of the meat are a bit thin, the outside is a tiny bit tough and chewy. This was helped with the fact they came with the Outback signature sauce, which I believe is mushroom sauce with pepper.

The Toowoomba topped sirloin was covered in tomato cream sauce with button mushrooms and shrimps, although we did struggle to find the shrimps, this would be a great choice for people who find steaks a bit bland.

The Aussie Fries which everyone got was really crispy and tasted great even before we seasoned them, I personally wouldn't add anymore salt. The Alice Springs chicken also tasted great, but again as the cut of the chicken was thin, it ended up being a little dry, although the cheese and sauce on top of it helped distract us from that fact.

Toowoomba Topped Sirloin with Aussie Fries and Corn on the Cob sides (Rp. 269,000)
Steak and Ribs Combo with two Aussie Fries sides (Rp. 299,000)

Now on to the ribs, they were my favourite of the night. The ribs were a decent size and the sauce was sticky and delicious. The perfect combination of sweet and savoury, finger-licking good!

They also served a free baguette with butter, which was tiny considering there were four adults at the table, but it was a nice touch. Also, if you order any soft drinks or iced lemon tea, they came with free refills. I believe you're allowed up to three 300mL cans of soft drinks per sitting.

Ribs and Alice Springs Chicken with Aussie Fries (not in picture) and Loaded baked potato sides (Rp. 229,000)
Ribeye 10 oz. with Aussie Fries and Loaded baked potato sides (Rp. 279,900)

Overall I would give the food 7.5 out of 10. I think the flavours were delicious, but there were drawbacks such as the cuts of the steaks and chicken which were a bit then leaving them a tiny bit dry. Also, I think the prices were a bit expensive for Indonesian prices, as I compared them with Australian steakhouse prices and they were similar, but you would get much larger portions in Australia. Also the prices I've listed are exclusive of taxes. If steaks and ribs are your thing then it is worth a try! The atmosphere also makes it suitable for family dinners and casual dates or hangouts with friends. I will be back if the opportunity arises and perhaps try their pastas or burgers.


Restaurant details
Outback Steakhouse
Lippo Mall Puri
Jl. Puri Indah Blok U1
Puri Indah. 

Click to add a blog post for Outback Steakhouse on Zomato  
Disclaimer: All prices and restaurant information are correct as of 23rd Jan 2015. Prices are exclusive of taxes.

No comments

Post a comment

Professional Blog Designs by pipdig