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Outback Steakhouse Restaurant Review: No rules, just right---that's what they say at the Outback, and what we find particularly right are the Queensland salad (seasoned-chicken salad with lettuce, Monterey Jack and cheddar cheeses, bacon, chopped egg, tomato and toasted almonds) and, of course, grilled shrimp on the barbie, served with a house-made rémoulade. The signature appetizer, as most restaurant-goers know, is the Bloomin' Onion---a whole onion sliced into an artichoke-like design, battered and fried, and served with a dip. Definitely a guilty pleasure. Entrées include the aforementioned shrimp as well as grilled pork chops and chicken on the barbie, pastas and a choice of one, two or three lobster tails. The décor is dark wood and very '80s with neon signs and mirrors. Other locations.