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The Great Aussie Eats

Chili Marinated Ribeye

This holiday season, feast on Outback Steakhouse’s limited time offer delights

Themed after the Australian Outback, Outback Steakhouse continues to embody the spirit Down Under with their blend of dishes bursting with flavor, excellent service, competitive pricing and a warm, welcoming vibe.

And keeping with its promise to bring only the best Aus-some treats this holiday season, Outback Steakhouse recently launched a limited time offering dubbed “The Great Aussie Eats” – four new dishes each with unique and bold flavors and made with only the freshest produce and ingredients designed to jolt the most discerning of palates.

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Start with something fresh and light with the Tomato and Mozzarella Bruschetta made of grilled, crusty French bread topped with oven roasted tomatoes, mozzarella and basil pesto. It was simple, refreshing and delicious. The hint of sweetness marries all the vibrant flavors together.

Tomato & Mozzarella Bruschetta

Tomato & Mozzarella Bruschetta

For mains, sample the Chile Marinated Ribeye—a must-try for any meat lover. The dish is seasoned and chargrilled to perfection topped with avocado pico de gallo and served with traditional Mexican corn on the cob, crispy tortilla strips, grilled tomato, chili sauce and drizzled with sour cream.

Chili Marinated Ribeye

Chili Marinated Ribeye

For fans of seafood fare, Heart of Gold Cod delights with its perfectly cooked flaky, white meat topped with artichoke hearts and sundried tomatoes, with a light lemon sauce finish.

Hearts of Gold Cod

Hearts of Gold Cod

To cap off a sumptuous meal, indulge yourself with the Tropical Fruits Cheesecake – a New York-style cheesecake generously topped with seasonal fruits, whipped cream and lime zest.

Tropical Cheesecake

Tropical Cheesecake

The Great Aussie Eats is available at all Outback Steakhouse branches until January 2017.

Outback Steakhouse is located at Glorietta 4, Makati; ATC Corporate Center, Muntinlupa; Eastwood City Walk 1, Quezon City; and Blue Bay Walk, Pasay City.

 

By VIA BAROMA

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