Outback Introduces New Lobster Mac And Cheese As Part Of Returning Steak And Lobster Promotion

Outback Introduces New Lobster Mac And Cheese As Part Of Returning Steak And Lobster Promotion
Outback Introduces New Lobster Mac And Cheese As Part Of Returning Steak And Lobster Promotion

Outback Steakhouse welcomes back its popular Steak and Lobster promotion featuring a variety of returning fan-favorite dishes including the introduction of new Lobster Mac and Cheese.

Starting at $15.99, Outback’s new Steak and Lobster menu includes:

New Steak with Lobster Mac and Cheese: A signature Outback steak paired with tender lobster, cavatappi pasta, smoked Gouda and Jack cheeses and a crunchy, golden topping. The dish is served with one freshly made side.

Steak with Crispy Lobster and Shrimp: Your choice of steak paired with hand-breaded lobster and shrimp, fried golden brown and paired with a homemade sweet and spicy sauce. Served with two freshly made sides

Steak and Steamed Lobster Tail: You choice of one signature Outback steak paired with a steamed lobster tail. The dish is served with your choice of one freshly made side.

This year’s Steak with Lobster Mac and Cheese is a new product, not the Lobster Mac dish that debuted at Outback back in 2013. At the time, Lobster Mac was a creamy macaroni and cheese made with pieces of real lobster meat baked with cheddar-jack cheese and crispy bacon.

While not specifically offered as part of the Steak and Lobster promotion, you may also enjoy the following dishes as a compliment to any Steak and Lobster selection:

Great Barrier Combo: A steamed lobster tail, two lump crab cakes and two wood-fire grilled shrimp skewers, all served with your choice of two freshly made sides.

Crispy Lobster and Shrimp Bites: Shrimp and lobster are hand-breaded, then tossed with red peppers, jalapeños and a homemade sweet and spicy sauce.

Three Cheese Steak Dip: A blend of steak, Gouda, Parmesan and Jack cheeses, red bell peppers and onions, all served with tortilla chips for dipping.

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