A bunch of dinki-di Aussies settle down to taste food from the Outback Steakhouse, a popular Australian-themed family restaurant chain in America, to see if it’s an accurate representation of true-blue tucker.
They chew their way through special sirloin, grilled chicken on the barbie, coconut shrimp, baby-back ribs and bloomin’ onion, adding hilarious chirps the whole way through.
And the verdict?
“Everything we bite into we taste America.”
“I’m really sad we’re so misrepresented right now.”
“If I had any more of that I’ll regret it until the day I die.”
But there are a few morsels they didn’t mind.