Ordering Keto at Texas Roadhouse

Texas Roadhouse is a popular steakhouse chain that offers a wide range of high-fat low carb food options for the keto diet.

Whether your craving a tasty steak or some delicious salmon, you can count on Texas Roadhouse to deliver.

Not wanting to eat a steak? Try some chicken or prime rib! 

Texas Roadhouse also offers awesome combo salads for anyone following a vegan diet.

Pretty much anything you want, you can count on Texas Roadhouse to curb your appetite.

Even though it’s easy to order keto at this steakhouse, you still need to watch out for the high carb side items which can easily knock you out of ketosis.

As long as you stay away from the baked potatoes, bread rolls, and pasta, you should be fine. Also, make sure to avoid any sugary sauces or dressings. 

If your looking to substitute one of the side items, a side salad is a smart choice.

Check out the full low carb menu below!

Enjoy your meal!

Quick tip: If your vegan or dairy-free, substituting butter for MCT oil is a smart choice. You can bring a side cup worth and use to pour on your salad or steamed veggies. This will make sure you’re still consuming your healthy fats to stay in ketosisCheck out my favorite MCT oil for keto.

Low Carb Texas Roadhouse Options

(Data was taken from the official Texas Roadhouse menu)
(Net Carbs = subtracting fiber from total carbs)

CategoryMenuNet Carbs
Just for Starters
Boneless Buffalo Wings - with Hot Sauce8g
Boneless Buffalo Wings - with Mild Sauce8g
Chili & Soup
Texas Red Chili (Cup)7g
Texas Red Chili (Bowl)13g
Loaded Potato Soup (Cup)15g
California Chicken Salad12g
Chicken Caesar Salad - dressing included 16g
Grilled Chicken Salad13g
Grilled Salmon Salad11g
Grilled Shrimp House Salad17g
Salmon Caesar Salad15g
Side Salads
Caesar Salad9g
House Salad7g
Dressing - Bleu Cheese (2 oz)4g
Dressing - Caesar (2 oz)4g
Dressing - Low Fat Ranch (2 oz)2g
Dressing - Ranch (2 oz)4g
Hand-Cut Steaks
Bone-In Ribeye (20 oz)16g
Dallas Filet (6 oz)4g
Dallas Filet (8 oz)6g
Ft. Worth Ribeye (10 oz)0g
Ft. Worth Ribeye (12 oz)0g
Ft. Worth Ribeye (16 oz)0g
New York/Kansas City Strip (8 oz)1g
New York/Kansas City Strip (12 oz)1g
New York/Kansas City Strip (16 oz)0g
Porterhouse T-Bone (23 oz)0g
Prime Rib (10 oz)5g
Prime Rib (12 oz)5g
Prime Rib (16 oz)7g
Au Jus (3 oz)4g
Road Kill4g
USDA Choice Sirloin (6 oz)2g
USDA Choice Sirloin (8 oz)3g
USDA Choice Sirloin (11 oz)4g
USDA Choice Sirloin (16 oz)6g
Texas-Sized Combos
Filet 6 oz with Ribs14g
Grilled BBQ Chicken with Sirloin 6 oz13g
Ribeye 10 oz with Ribs13g
Ribeye 12 oz with Ribs12g
Sirloin 6 oz with Ribs18g
Sirloin 8 oz with Ribs19g
Chicken Specialties
Austin Chicken - Original Style13g
Grilled BBQ Chicken11g
Oven Roasted Half Chicken7g
Portobello Mushroom Chicken7g
Smothered Chicken - topped with Cream Gravy10g
Smothered Chicken - topped with Jack Cheese5g
Country Dinners
Grilled Pork Chops (Single)3g
Grilled Pork Chops (Double)6g
Peppercorn Brown Sauce (3 oz)5g
Dockside Favorites
Grilled Salmon (5 oz)1g
Grilled Salmon (8 oz)1g
Tartar Sauce (2 oz)9g
Legendary Sides & Extras
Fresh Vegetables7g
Green Beans11g
Sautéed Mushrooms4g
Sautéed Onions12g
Rib Sidekick16g
Dasani® Bottled Water0g
Iced Tea - Original Unsweet0g
Coffee - Decaffeinated1g
Coffee - Regular1g
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Some of these are inaccurate based on the facts i saw on the nutrition pdf downloaded from the official TX Roadhouse site. Be careful everyone. I’m not sure if it’s a typo, but the Bone In Ribeye 20 oz, for example, is listed as having 20g carbs, 4g fiber and 4g sugar. I thought maybe I had misread it but I checked it carefully multiple times and that’s what it says. No idea what the heck they’re putting on their ribeye but just more proof that all of us on very low carb diets need to stay on our toes… nutrition facts for foods we’d assume are safe are always changing!


Thanks for the heads up! I’m on day 3 and don’t want to blow it!

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