Apart from its illustrious beaches, the Turks and Caicos Islands is well know for its top class restaurants and fine dining when the sun sets. As a nation surrounded by water, the top picks on the menu naturally comes from the sea. With the opening of the Outback Steakhouse® in Providenciales, seafood will be in direct competition with red meat.
Outback Steakhouse® is an Australian-themed American casual dining restaurant chain with hundreds of locations in 20 countries around the world.Although steak is on the menu of several restaurants around the island, Outback serves a wide variety of heavily seasoned meat, touting it as “full flavor” and preparing them on either a grill or griddle with butter.
The menu is regionalized, and features seafood including lobster, salmon, shrimp and catch of the day.
The dining experience will cost upwards of $75 (plus tax) per person if you intend to have the full experience – AussieTizer, Entre, Dessert and Cocktails.
Dining at the Outback Steakhouse is 100% indoors which is a departure from the normal island experience where the gentle trade-winds, palm trees and the stars form part of the ambiance.One of the Outback’s signature item is Bloomin’ Onion, an “AussieTizer.” This Outback Original is made from a giant hand-carved onion that is cooked until golden, and served with a mayonnaise horseradish sauce.
Here is a look at their mouth-watering menu:
Signature Steak Menu
Outback Specialties / Seafood
Sandwiches / Handhelds / Soups
How do you like your meat prepared? here is your guide:
Stephen Garland, whose family originated in Salt Cay, is the Managing Partner of Outback Steakhouse® Turks and Caicos Islands and says, the restaurant is exactly what the islands need, adding “I am just so delighted to be a part of this wonderful establishment.”
Outback Steakhouse® Turks and Caicos is located in the Regent Village on the popular Grace Bay strip and will be opened as follows: