Luby’s Menu and Calories

Here, you will find Luby’s menu and their calories. We understand that not everybody is just after the price of fast food menu. Some actually want to have a fair idea of the calories the food they want to buy contain. In this article, the focus is on Luby’s menu and calories.

Find below the list of Luby’s menu and calories:

ItemServing SizeCalories
Almond Rice1 cup230 Calories
Baked Ham8 oz300 Calories
Blacke-Eyed Peas1 cup260 Calories
Blackened Tilapia8 oz270 Calories
Bleu Cheese1 tbsp90 Calories
Broccoli Rice Casserole1 bowl290 Calories
Broccoli, Cauliflower & Carrots1 cup90 Calories
Brussels Sprouts & Carrots1 cup140 Calories
Butter Beans1 cup320 Calories
Buttered Corn1 cup190 Calories
Buttered Fresh Carrots1 cup100 Calories
Caesar1 tbsp70 Calories
Cajun Fried Turkey Breast8 oz500 Calories
Cauliflower, Peas & Carrots1 cup70 Calories
Chicken Noodle Soup1.5 cup180 Calories
Chicken Piccata, Precooked5 oz420 Calories
Chicken Tetrazzini1 bowl270 Calories
Chipotle Lime Chicken8 oz290 Calories
Cuban Grilled Tilapia8 oz350 Calories
French1 tbsp80 Calories
Fresh Asparagus1 cup70 Calories
Fresh Broccoli1 cup50 Calories
Fresh Corn On The Cob1 cup130 Calories
Fresh Green Beans1 cup80 Calories
Fried Fish0.5 fillet190 Calories

Green Peas & Carrots1 cup170 Calories
Grilled Chicken A La Frontera without Queso8 oz530 Calories
Grilled Chicken Breast with Skin8 oz420 Calories
Grilled Chicken Breast without Skin5 oz340 Calories
Grilled Chicken Caesar with Skin and Dressing1 salad790 Calories
Grilled Chicken Caesar with Skin and No Dressing1 salad550 Calories
Grilled Summer Tilapia8 oz480 Calories
Hibachi Rice1 cup250 Calories
Holiday Rice1 cup220 Calories
Italian1 tbsp80 Calories
Jalapeno Macaroni & Cheese1 cup370 Calories
Jell-O1 cup160 Calories
Lemon Basil Salmon8 oz360 Calories
Lemon Basil Tilapia8 oz330 Calories
Lemon Dill Salmon without Sauce8 oz330 Calories
Lemon Pepper Salmon8 oz340 Calories
Lemon Roasted Asparagus1 cup50 Calories
Lima Beans1 cup280 Calories
Macaroni & Cheese1 cup410 Calories
Marinated Cucumbers with Oil and Vinegar1 salad90 Calories
Mixed Melons1 cup70 Calories
Mushroom Turkey Chopped Steak8 oz390 Calories
Normandy Vegetables1 cup90 Calories
Pan Grilled Filet8 oz330 Calories
Parmesan Chicken Alfredo without Sauce, Precooked4 oz430 Calories

Pineapple1 cup80 Calories
Pinto Beans1 cup270 Calories
Ranch1 tbsp60 Calories
Roasted Cauliflower1 cup60 Calories
Roasted Chicken without Skin, 1/28 oz460 Calories
Roasted Mixed Vegetables1 cup100 Calories
Roasted Turkey without Skin or Gravy8 oz280 Calories
Sauteed Mushrooms1 cup90 Calories
Seasoned Green Beans1 cup60 Calories
Shrimp & Crawfish Jambalaya8 oz400 Calories
Skillet Fried Cabbage1 cup70 Calories
Spinach1 cup60 Calories
Spinach Salad without Dressing1 salad15 Calories
Spring Mix Salad with Oil and Vinegar1 salad15 Calories
Squash Saute1 cup110 Calories
Stir Fry Zucchini1 cup130 Calories
Thousand Island1 tbsp50 Calories
Tuscan Chicken8 oz530 Calories
Vegetable Soup1.5 cup70 Calories
White Roll1 serving130 Calories
Whole Baked Potato1 cup300 Calories
Whole Wheat Roll1 serving170 Calories
Wild Cranberry Rice1 cup330 Calories
Wild Mushroom Rice1 cup280 Calories

About Luby’s

Luby’s was established in 1947 by Roberts Luby; a World War II veteran who hung up his uniform to emulate his father in the restaurant business. The first Luby’s cafeteria was opened in San Antonio, Texas. This first unit was until 2014 the headquarters before it’s relocation to Huston, Texas. The Luby’s chain currently operates as one of the five restaurant brands of Luby’s Inc.

Modeled around freshly prepared food and customer service, Luby’s story have been a very successful one. The cafeterias are primarily situated in shopping malls, business districts as well as residential areas, targeting either shoppers or office personnel coming around for lunch and families for dinner meals. The cafeterias do not serve breakfast.

Luby’s has a management development program, were men and women are trained to become successful restaurant managers. This training is a combination of classroom instruction, and hand-on learning, focusing on culinary, employee management, budgeting, guest service and marketing skills.

Luby's menu

The chain’s menu consist of a variety of local Texas cuisines served in different signatures for kids, family or group dinning. These come in forms of combos, laum, veggies and desserts as well soup and salads all prepared to suit each customer’s preference. Luby’s also offers pick-ups and delivery services; they are often contracted for catering services at social events and sporting competitions.  Luby’s café buildings are constructed between 6,000 to 8,600 feet in size with a capacity of accommodating about 170 to 214 guests. The tables are spaced for a serene dining experience.

The oil boom amidst high demand for energy in Texas and globally, as well customer-centered policy played a huge role in Luby’s growth and expansion. In 1994, Luby’s was listed by Kiplinger’s Personal Finance Magazine as one of “39 stock for your portfolio”; a list of fast rising public listed companies in America. Forbes Magazine named the firm among the top 200 best small companies for eight years of the first ten years the publication conducted the survey. Similarly, customers voted Luby’s as their favorite in the cafeteria/buffet category in a study conducted by Restaurant and Institutions magazine in 1996.

With just four branches in San Antonio in the 1950’s, Luby’s grew to a publicly listed firm in the New York Stock Exchange in 1982. It now has units in Austin, Dallas, Huston, Rio Grande Valley, and El Paso all in the southern state of Texas. With out-state branches in Mississippi, Oklahoma, Arizona, Arkansas, Louisiana, Missouri, Tennessee, New Mexico and Florida. The company also boasts of a couple of international cafes in Canada, Mexico and Panama. Luby’s does not franchise its units, but it does compensate each unit manager with a generous portion of the profits from the unit the manager runs.

With strong roots in local communities, Luby’s cafeterias are closely involved in events and philanthropic activities. For instance, when Hurricane Carla crashed into the Texas Gulf Coast in September 1961, the Corpus Christi Luby’s operated as an outpost for emergency workers. Using gas-fired stove, the café served food and hot drinks to police, guardsmen and neighbors without asking for a dime.

Aside emergency interventions, unit managers are given a budget to spend on public service where they are located. The firm’s largest civic program is the Community Drug Education system, initiated in 1987. This program received Presidential commendation for educating students, parents and teachers in eleven U.S. states on the dangers of drug abuse. This social responsibility cost the company around $1.5 million annually.

Visit our blog page for more food deals and latest food news.