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Outback: Shibuya American / Shibuya

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zaou


  • Outback: Shibuya
  • (2009-05-02)
  • There are 3 tables outside on the deck, and during busy hours, they'll have an assortment of soft drinks in little paper cups while you wait. They also have Metropolis Mag and TNB handy at the inside waiting tables.

    The music they play is rather pop and hip-hop, which is funny and cool. The food is large-portioned, so people w/ small stomachs beware, you may want to team up with someone and share. Honestly, I thought their burger was dry. I did enjoy the steak I had once, but I think that was more b/c of deprivation and the fact that I like burnt and crispy outside whereas others do not. You can tell that they don't have an actual grill, too, by texture and taste. Nothing wrong w/ the bloomin' onion though, except that it'll leave ya feelin' oily and bloated.
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Biki


  • Outback: Shibuya
  • (2008-12-07)
  • The first thing that will catch your eye when you enter this restaurant is the coziness of the atmosphere! Whether you're on a date or out with your family or friends, the atmosphere will make you feel at home immediately. They have a wide range of food you can order on the menu, and one of the appetizers I would recommend is the Chili Cheese Fries they got there.
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Jay


  • Outback: Shibuya
  • (2008-12-06)
  • Being Australian, this place made me feel right at home. The food is great and offers a range of meals and not just steak type dishes. The price of the meals and the drinks is quite reasonable for the quantity and quality you are recieving. It's quite busy on a weekend night and there will be a wait.
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enigmatic


  • Outback: Shibuya
  • (2008-11-09)
  • A tucked-away location but worth the walk from the station. The interior of the restaurant is far classier than the chain's American locations and has the feel of a classy winery restaurant. While they do have an impressive wine collection, the feature that pushes this restaurant from good to very good is certainly the size of the beers. The mugs approach a liter in size, making you wonder if forgoing a meal in favor of another brew is a good idea. But don't totally abandon the menu - it's delicious. The steaks are fabulous, the never-ending warm bread with honey butter is nearly divine and highly addictive, the chicken is as good as the steak, and there are even vegetarian options. English speaking friendly staff makes it a welcome stop after struggling to be understood in yet another ramen shop.
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CC


  • High dining experience watermark
  • (2007-12-28)
  • It's very refreshing to know that once in a while in Tokyo, one can find a full-service restaurant with generous portions, service above expectations, proper cloth napkins, and broad menu at very reasonable prices. This American owned franchise in Japan will make your food the way you expect.

    Complimentary, unlimited honey bread graces our table immediately after ordering. Our typical order includes (2) bowls of chili (400yen each), a main entree (1000-3000yen) of either swordfish or Australian fillet mignon, a side order of fall-off-the-bone BBQ ribs (525yen) and (2) mind-blowing mugs of pineapple cooler. We normally request extra cheese on the chili, a side of BBQ sauce, and extra bacon on the baked potato sides....all provided cheerfully at no extra charge!!

    They will also make drinks to order. We like our ice tea with half ice tea, half pink lemonade. No problem. Be sure to ask for Marie at the bar; she makes killer drinks and speaks American English very well.
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