Outback Steakhouse is a major chain. And even though it’s famous for its meat products (like steak and burgers of course), I reached out to Outback to find out if there are any vegetarian or vegan options. As it turns out, there are a fair number of vegetarian options (which will also work for those following Halal or Kosher laws). Unfortunately, Outback Steakhouse does not offer anything like a veggie burger, though there are a handful of vegan options available there.

Outback steakhouse recommended talking to your server about any dietary restrictions, so that a manager can oversee your meal. Below I have listed the vegetarian options, followed by the vegan options at Outback Steakhouse. Note that the vegetarian options may contain eggs, dairy, or honey. (The vegan options do NOT.)

 

Vegetarian Options at Outback Steakhouse (also Halal or Kosher Options)

Blue Cheese Pecan Chopped Salad
House Bread and Butter
Sauteed Mushrooms
Grilled Onions
Homestyle Mashed Potatoes (without bacon)
Baked Potato (without bacon)
Sweet Potato Honey Butter and Brown Sugar
Steamed Rice with Finedene sauce
Steakhouse Mac & Cheese
Broccoli & Cheese
Grilled Asparagus
No Rules Parmesan Pasta – No protein
Chocolate Thunder From Down Under
New York Style Cheesecake
Triple Layer Carrot Cake
Salted Caramel Cookie Skillet
Ice Cream
Double Chocolate Mini Dessert Parfait
Fresh Strawberry Shortcake Dessert Parfait
Classic Key Lime Mini Dessert Parfait

 

Vegan Options at Outback Steakhouse (also Vegetarian, Halal or Kosher Options)

Fresh steamed broccoli (without seasoned butter)
Fresh steamed mixed vegetables (without seasoned butter)
Plain Baked Potato
Plain Baked Sweet Potato
House salad (without cheese and croutons)

 

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*Note that no food items at Outback Steakhouse are certified Kosher. This is meant to be a guide for those who follow vegetarian or vegan diets as a substitute for Kosher items.

 

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