See pictures at http://thehungrybunnie.blogspot.sg/2015/07/outback-steakhouse-orchard-gateway.html
We'd initially thought of Outback as an Aussie barbie version of Pasta Mania, so it was quite a big surprise that the food here was decent, almost commendable. This isn't Wooloomooloo, but at these price points, it'sthe cheaper, better Morganfield's.
1) Baby Back Ribs & Alice Springs Chicken Combo ($34.90): half a rack of juicy, fork-tender ribs burnished with a tangy bbq sauce that was finger-licking good, and petite chicken breast layered with sauteed mushrooms, crisped bacon and smothered in melted monterey jack and cheddar was flame-grilled to a moist perfection. This was sided by hearty handmashed potatoes, skins and all.
2) Seafood Mix Grill ($29.90): a massive platter of smoky grilled mahi fillet (watch out for bones), seared shrimp and scallops, set atop a piquant mango salsa, and paired with buttered steamed vegetables, and a somewhat middling corn on the cob. Of note was the fat succulent scallops, which were done perfectly