Texas Roadhouse Nutrition

image001Texas Roadhouse is among the top famous and renowned restaurant chains of America that is known for its mouthwatering ribs and steaks, presented in western theme. Every guest receives a free bucket of peanuts at the table and American food in huge varieties of chicken, steak, seafood and ribs.

Nutrition Information from Texas Roadhouse



Nutrition Information

The 10 oz. Rib-eye Steak

contains a total of 364kcal with an overall fat content of about 22g. The total protein per serving is 38 g with absolutely no carbohydrates, making it an excellent choice for healthy eaters

16 oz. Rib-eye Steak

delivers a total of 1240kcal with a whole lot of 100 g fat and almost the same amount of Protein with essentially no carbohydrates

Sirloin Kabob

provides total calories of about 190kcal with only 7 g of fat and Protein content of about 24g, an ideal meal for dieters

6 oz. Sirloin Steak

provides 386kcal to the eater and almost 32 g of protein and 28.00g of healthy fat. Once again the carbohydrate count is nil

8 oz. Sirloin Steak

furnishes a total of 520kcal and 87 g of proteins blend in rightly with 16 g fat and once again no Carbs



Nutrition Information

Country Fried Steak

delivers a total of 350kcal and a total Carb content of about 2 g. The Country Fried Steak also delivers 32 g of proteins and 16 g of fat

Dallas Fillet

served in 6 oz steak serving deliver 660kcal with an overall fat content of about 54 g and 42 g of proteins (with no carb calories). The 8 oz fillet provides 880kcal with 72.00g fat and 56 g of proteins

New York Strip Steak

served in 12 oz fillet with 584kcal, 16 g fat, 0 g carbs and 100 g proteins

Prime Rib

(the 12 oz fillet) deliver 1034kcal, 88.80 g fats, 0 carbs and 55.20 g proteins



Nutrition Information

BBQ Chicken Breast

provides 512kcal per serving. The nutritional value of BBQ Chicken Breast is 11 g of fat, 11 g of carbs and 42 g of proteins

Boneless Wings

served in a pack of 10 and provide 650kca, 40 of fat and 25 of carbs. The protein content is 50g

Chicken Critters

4 pieces supply total of 400kcal with Fat of about 29 g. The Carbs content is 20 g and Protein of 56 g

Oven Roasted Chicken Quarter

supplies total Calories of about 276kcal. The overall fat supplied by the quarter chicken is 7 g, with 51 g of proteins and no carbs

Portobello Mushroom Chicken

one breast supplies 487kcal and 23.70g of fat, 11 g of carbs and 54.70g of proteins



Nutrition Information

Chicken Caesar Salad

delivers 380 calories with an overall fat content of about 12 g and proteins content of 33 g. You can get 17 g carbs too, perfect for lunch or to compliment with your favorite meal

Chicken Critters Salad

contains 670kcal. It has high nutritional value with an overall protein content of about 35.10g, fat content of 50.60g and Carbs of about 19.80g

Grilled Chicken Ceasar Salad

serves 308kcal, 12g of fat, 17g carbs and 33g proteins

Grilled Chicken Salad

supplies 410kcal, 15g of fats, 14g of carbs and 50g of proteins

House Salad

extremely low in calories and supply only 121kcal making it a perfect choice for health conscious consumers. Additionally it delivers 5g of fat, 8g of carbs and 9g of proteins



Nutrition Information

Loaded Baked Potatoes

supply 410kcal and delivers 15g of fat, 30g of carbs and 0g of proteins

Loaded Mashed Potatoes

supply 498kcal and delivers 33g of fat, 43g of carbs and 9g of proteins

Mashed Potatoes

per serving supply 210kcal and delivers 7g of fat, 33g of carbs and 4g of proteins

Sweet Potato

(with Butter) serving size is 1 sweet potato supply 250kcal and delivers 8g of fat, 48g of carbs and 3g of proteins



Nutrition Information

Cheese Fries

supply 634kcal and delivers 36g of fat, 65g of carbs and 18g of proteins

Fried Pickles

(serving size is half basket) and supply 150kcal and delivers 10g of fat, 15g of carbs and 0g of proteins

Rattlesnake Bites

(serving size is 5 bites) supply 330kcal and delivers 21g of fat, 30g of carbs and 7g of proteins

Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA)

1. RDA for Calories

Total calorie intake should be around the total body expenditure of energy. More than recommended intake of calories leads to obesity.

2. RDA for Protein

Generally high protein diet is recommended to those with high muscle content. Traditionally, intake of 0.6g to 0.8g per kg body weight is recommended ideal.

3. No RDA for Carbs and Fat

Generally, almost 65% of the total calorie intake should be acquired from carbohydrates according to the standard nutritional guidelines. Proteins represent a very small portion in the ideal balanced diet while fat represents almost one-third of the total caloric content.