While not known for healthy eating, Texas Roadhouse offers a number of heart-healthy choices.
What to Order
We’ve listed a few of our Texas Roadhouse heart-healthy favorites.
|SCORE||Calories||Fat||Saturated Fat||Trans Fat||Cholesterol||Sodium||Carbohydrates||Fiber||Sugar||Protein|
|USDA Choice Sirloin (6 ounces)||82||250||6||2.5||0||125||560||3||1||1||46|
|Dallas Filet (6 ounces)||74||270||10||4||1||110||720||6||2||2||45|
|Grilled BBQ Chicken||91||260||3.5||1||0||160||320||10||2||8||46|
|Daily Values||~||78 g||20 g||~||300 mg||2300 mg||275 g||28 g||~||50 g|
Our Heart Health SCORE algorithm identifies healthier choices with higher scores.
Download full Texas Roadhouse nutrition information.
What to Avoid
Starters. Most of the starters on the menu have more than the Daily Value of saturated fat and sodium. Even when shared, Texas Roadhouse starters are a bad start for a meal!
Burgers. All of the Texas Roadhouse burgers contain more than the Daily Value of sodium!
Salads. While often a healthy choice, the salads and dressings at Texas Roadhouse are loaded with sodium and saturated fat.
Check the nutrition values before ordering at Texas Roadhouse. There are items on the menu (such as the Beef Tips with Seasoned Rice dinner) which contain more than twice the Daily Value of sodium.