If you’ve ever dined at LongHorn Steakhouse, you’ll know they have many menu options. But what are the best dishes to order in this restaurant? Here’s our top recommendations:
Flo’s Filet and Lobster Tail
If you’re looking for a surf and turf combination, look no further than Flo’s Filet and Lobster Tail. This dish features a center-cut filet that’s juicy and tender, and a lobster tail that highlights its fresh and light flavor. The combination of umami, meaty flavors of the filet with the lighter and fresher taste of the lobster is simply divine.
White Cheddar Stuffed Mushrooms
The White Cheddar Stuffed Mushrooms are the perfect appetizer to share with your table. These mushrooms are stuffed with an herby garlic cheese and topped with a Parmesan crust. And if that wasn’t already enough cheese for you, the whole dish is then served on top of a four-cheese blend. Trust us, even if you’re not a mushroom lover, this dish will change your mind.
When it comes to flavor, marbling, and texture, the Ribeye is where it’s at. This 12-ounce steak is LongHorn’s juiciest and most flavorful cut of meat, with fat marbling throughout the entire steak that gives it tenderness and, most importantly, flavor. Cooked to perfection, this steak is all about quality over quantity.
Baby Back Ribs
The restaurant’s Baby Back Ribs are slow-cooked to perfection and fall off the bone as soon as you bite into them. Whether you choose half a rack or a whole rack, you’re in for a treat. The only downside? They’re smothered in BBQ sauce, so if you’re a dry-rub fan, this may not be for you. But if you’re all about that saucy, smoky goodness, these ribs are a must-try.
If you’re looking for a huge hunk of meat, the Fire-Grilled T-Bone is the way to go. This steak is a combination of a strip steak, which is fatty with amazing marbling, and a filet, which is known for its tenderness. Keeping the bone in the steak ensures that it stays juicy during the cooking process. This steak is for those with a big appetite, so come hungry or be prepared to take some leftovers home.
Whether you’re in the mood for steak, seafood, or a little bit of both, you can’t go wrong with our top picks!
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