Outback Steakhouse is an Australian themed steakhouse restaurant, founded in 1988 and has become a popular steakhouse operating an estimated 660+ restaurants in the USA and 150+ franchised locations across the World. On the menu you will find beef and steak items, chicken, ribs, seafood and pasta dishes.
Along with Outback Steakhouse, Bloomin’ Brands also operates Carrabba’s Italian Grill, Bonefish Grill, Roy’s Restaurant and Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar and are strong believers in hospitality, sharing, quality, courageous and fun loving!
What is the Tell Outback Survey?
Launched by Outback Steakhouse with the main aim to collect customer’s comments and feedback on their overall experience at any Outback Steakhouse restaurant with the hope to improve their customer satisfaction, service and already great tasting food. The Tell Outback Survey can be completed in a few minutes, participants will be rewarded a validation code to get a free onion or salad as a gift.
How to participate in the Outback Steakhouse Feedback Survey
You will need a PC or mobile with Internet access and a valid receipt from an Outback restaurant.
- Visit www.TellOutback.com to load the survey
- Enter the 18-digit code printed on your receipt and continue
- Answer all required questions on the survey
- On completion you will be given a validation code, take note of this as this is your redemption code for your free ‘thank you’ gift for participating in the Outback survey.
If you’re a steak lover, and recently visited a Outback Steakhouse restaurant then it’s a good idea to tell the company what you thought about their service and food delivered – Outback are a company whom listens to it’s customers so rest assured you will be heard.
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