Aussie Fries

Aussie Fries

Outback Steakhouse’s Aussie Fries are a popular choice. They’re $5.49 and have a calorie count of 500. They’re a great side dish for their steak and chicken entrées.

Aussie Fries are high in fat, with 23 grams, including 10 grams saturated and 1 gram trans. They also have 1940 milligrams of sodium, 67 grams of carbs, 7 grams of fiber, and 7 grams of protein.

Source of Calories

Aussie Fries Calories


Fat Calories 210
Fat (g)23
Saturated Fat (g)10
Trans Fat (g)1
Cholesterol (mg)20
Sodium (mg)1940
Carbohydrate (g)67
Total Fiber (g)7
Sugar (g)0
Protein (g)7

Outback Steakhouse’s Aussie Fries are a popular appetizer featuring crispy fries smothered in melted cheese and bacon. It’s a classic combination for cheese fry lovers, with the addition of savory bacon for an extra punch. You can also customize them with additional toppings like ranch dressing, ketchup, or even more cheese and bacon.

The number of calories in Aussie fries depends on where you get them, as different restaurants have varying serving sizes and recipes. Here’s a general breakdown:

  • Outback Steakhouse Aussie Fries:
    • Regular: 410 calories
    • Kids: 300 calories
    • Aussie Cheese Fries: 2620 calories (due to added cheese, bacon, and ranch dressing)
  • Smith’s Aussie Fries Original: 99 calories per serving

Outback Steakhouse’s Aussie Cheese Fries are not gluten-free. Although the fries themselves may not contain gluten, they are cooked in the same fryer as other breaded items, which can lead to cross-contamination.

Outback does offer some gluten-free options, but it’s important to be cautious and inform your server about your dietary restrictions to ensure safe preparation. You can find a list of their gluten-free menu items on their website.