9 Most Iconic Restaurant Chain Dishes of All Time

Outback Bloomin' Onion

The Bloomin' Onion, invented in 1988 by Outback creator Tim Gannon, is about one pound in weight. 200 carefully sliced, deep-fried onion petals are included in the dish, along with a hot dipping sauce.

Texas Roadhouse Rattlesnake Bites

Each lightly cooked sphere, essentially a jalapeño popper, is made with diced jalapeños and Jack cheese. There's a Cajun horseradish dipping sauce supplied alongside the cheese nibbles.

TGI Fridays Loaded Potato Skins

He topped it with our unique fry seasoning, cheddar, and smoky bacon, and the rest is history "In 2017, TGI Fridays former vice president of concept development Matt Durbin told Eater.

Bonefish Grill Bang Bang Shrimp

Fans were thrilled when this appetiser became a permanent menu item after debuting as a special. The dish has fried prawns in the chain's creamy, spicy sauce.

Applebee's Bourbon Street Steak

USDA Choose top sirloin with Cajun, buttery garlic, and parsley. Sautéed mushrooms, onions, and garlic mashed potatoes accompany the searing steak.

Chili's Southwestern Egg Rolls

Chili's serves Tex-Mex meals like egg rolls. The company adds southwestern flavour to Chinese-American food by stuffing crispy tortillas with chicken.

P.F. Chang's Lettuce Wraps

Before ordering Mongolian meat, try Chang's Lettuce Wraps, a customer favourite. Known as the restaurant's "signature dish," this beginning has two options.

LongHorn Steakhouse Outlaw Ribeye

LongHorn's trademark steaks include the Outlaw Ribeye. The chain called this basic dish a "fan favourite" and it topped the list.

Red Lobster Cheddar Bay Biscuits

Red Lobster's renowned Cheddar Bay Biscuits are so well-liked that grocery stores now offer the biscuit mix so that customers may make the treat at home.