One five-star rating, eh? I wonder. Well, I decided to be generous and give outback 2 stars. One for serving somewhat edible food and the second for being early to jump on the gluten-free bandwagon without doing much of anything beyond offering to serve you a mediocre steak, potato and salad sans their mostly wheat-based gawd-awful seasonings. Folks, this is outback––that pseudo aussie accent somehow convinced a certain segment to pay a big price for fast-food served on a plate... by gum-popping teenagers working their first jobs. I guess it's better than starving when you're are out of options, but not much. Just go to a REAL restaurant and order a steak, potato and salad without croutons... last time I checked these items were inherently GF. If a steak is good, all you need is salt, pepper and some butter. I like teenagers just fine too, but they're better suited to mickey-d's. And they never get the accent right.