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About CUT at The Palazzo Las Vegas
The AAA Four Diamond CUT restaurant in Las Vegas is the second location for master chef and restaurateur Wolfgang Puck’s critically acclaimed, award-winning Beverly Hills steakhouse of the same name in the Beverly Wilshire, a Four Seasons Hotel. Widely acknowledged as one of the most popular restaurants in the United States, CUT has raised the bar within the fine dining industry and has garnered high praise from prestigious publications including the New York Times, Los Angeles Times (Three Stars), Wall Street Journal and Wine Spectator and was named one of the top three steakhouses in America by Bon Appetit Magazine. Located at The Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino, CUT presents a contemporary twist on the classic steakhouse menu. From USDA Prime Nebraska corn-fed, 35-day dry-aged steaks to Wagyu Beef, CUT caters to true steak connoisseurs.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Hours of Operation:
5:30 p.m. – 10 p.m., Sunday – Thursday; 5:30 p.m. – 11 p.m., Friday & Saturday
Bar & Lounge: Opens at 5 p.m., Daily
Palazzo Resort & Casino
$50 and over
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Outstanding facilities and more-than-dedicated staff make Wolfgang Puck's Private Dining and Catering as the area's premier venues for important business meetings, social affairs and dining pleasures. Let our creative and talented staff bring your special event ideas to reality! Please contact us at 888-369-0558.
Valet or self-parking available at The Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
CUT's private dining room can accommodate up to 48 guests for dinner and 70 guests for cocktail receptions. For an exclusive seated buyout CUT can accommodate up to 160 guests or up to 300 guests for a cocktail reception.
CUT at The Palazzo Las Vegas Ratings and Reviews
Great staff, waiter was very friendly and offered very good food suggestions. We got seated very promptly, at our exact reservation time little to no waiting. Original table setup was odd, so we asked to rotate the table. Which the waiter was very accommodating and fixed it quickly.
We went to dinner at Cut for Valentine’s Day. We have been to several other steak restaurants in Vegas and wanted to try something new. First let me say the staff was great. Very friendly and helpful. The restaurant is very pretty. I had a table side old fashion and it was perfect, the girl making it seemed like she couldn’t care less about us. My wife and I decided to split the 34 oz porterhouse. I can truly say it was the worst steak I have ever had. We ordered it medium rare and Pittsburghed. It came out close to the right temperature but that’s the only thing I have good to say. It was so tuff my wife at one point had to spit out a piece. It was flavorless and bland. For $115 I was expecting great. Not only was it not great it was bad. I asked if the sides came out family style and was told yes, If they did they must be single parent households with one small child. The fact that the sides were so small ended up being a good thing since they were not great. We had some special pasta with black truffle and we also had the mushrooms. The pasta was not edible. The mushrooms were not bad. We did have tuna tartare to start off with and it was very good, but not good enough to save this meal. We live in Dallas and have eaten enough over the top steaks to last a lifetime. Cut doesn’t even make top 25 steak restaurants on my list. At the same end of the day we spent $350 (no wine, no dessert) on the worst meal I have eaten in Vegas.
We’ve been wanting to get to Cut for a long time and finally did. However, my wife and I were very disappointed with almost everything. The service was exceptional and we were well taken care of.
We started off with the Bone Marrow and the ahi tuna tartar.
The Bone Marrow was excellent, and the tuna tartare was good but not outstanding.
I ordered the wagyu filet and my wife ordered the rib eye. The filet was flavorless and we had to send the rib eye back because it was over cooked. We felt overall it was just a boring atmosphere and nothing special. Definitely much better steakhouses all over the strip.
Overall was ok. Not worth the price, one of our steaks was very over cooked and when we brought it up waiter the insinuated it was our mistake on ordering all though it definitely was not! Would not recommend or return, not worth the price for what it was!!! Very disappointed with our experience!!
It was an amazing experience from start to finish. The place has a modern ambiance with a very crisp, clean look. The options are tremendous especially with the steaks, sides and appetizers. We tried a pork belly appetizer, a beat salad and a trio of steaks with a Mac-n-cheese side. For dessert we chose to go with their famous banana creme brûlée cake. OMG! Sooooo good. Everything was superb! It is a very nice restaurant for a special occasion, a bit pricey but worth it as it gives an unforgettable experience, so I definitely would recommend it!
Fabulous menu and wine list.
It was difficult to find a wine under 150.00 but decided on the Turley Zinfindel. Awesome.
My friend and I started with a couple of appetizers.
Then we shared the American Kobe 8 oz - which was to die for!
The cauliflower side was delicious too. (Even if you don't like cauliflower)
Bread choices.. pretzel. onion, whole grain and more. All home-made.
Dinner for two was approx 350.00, but we knew it was pricey before we sat down.
We would go back.
We made our reservations to celebrate my wife's Birthday.
The service was great, However, My mistake was not asking how much the steak was that we were shown on a beautiful platter table side, I didn't have an issue paying $365.00 for our fine wine with our meal, it was clearly priced on the fabulous wine selections menu.
When it was time to pay the tab, I was SHOCKED to see that the single Steak that my wife and I split, was $180.00 x 2=$360.00 for one steak.
I didn't want to cause a scene, and since I didn't ask how much it was before I ordered, I paid and Left with my wife. My total tab for the evening with my added tip for what I considered great service was over $1000.00. I will definitely NOT dine there again, although the steak was delicious.
I scheduled and enjoyed three business meals at Cut during a recent business conference. Fantastic food, particularly the "Louie" seafood cocktail and the Loomis filet mignon, both of which I had twice.
I wasn't too fond of the interruptions by the staff, who explained everything they brought to the table in too much detail. I would have preferred a quick "here's a corn muffin for you to try," then if I wanted to know more, I could ask. Instead, every dish comes with a lexicon of ingredients and preparation descriptions, when all I want to do is eat the food.
Sorry if that makes me a non-saveur, but I'm in the restaurant to meet with potential clients or partners, so I want to talk to them.
The food was quite good though I found my steak to be a little tough and closer to rare than than the medium rare that was ordered. The staff was very helpful and attentive however I was curious why they didn’t ask about the meat left on the plate when everything else we ordered was completely eaten. I expected a little bit more attention to that detail and I feel it was a missed opportunity.
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