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About CUT by Wolfgang Puck at Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel
CUT by Wolfgang Puck's original location at Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel consistently ranks as one of the most sought after steak restaurants in the U.S. Offering a contemporary twist on the classic steak restaurant, the menu highlights favorite dishes such as Bone Marrow Flan, Lobster & Crab “Louis” Cocktail and various cuts of the finest beef from regions across the globe, complemented by an extensive international wine list. The best in culinary, architecture and art are on full display at CUT, where Wolfgang’s world famous cuisine is served in a sleek and serenely modern environment, designed by internationally acclaimed architect Richard Meier, and features one-of-a-kind art by celebrated artist John Baldessari and award-winning photographer, Martin Schoeller.
Beverly Hills, CA 90212
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Thursday: 6:00 p.m. - 10 p.m.
Friday 6:00 p.m - 11 p.m & Saturday: 5:30 p.m. - 11 p.m.
$50 and over
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Street and Valet parking are available.
Bar/Lounge, Wheelchair Access
Located in the heart of Beverly Hills at the iconic Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel, CUT offers luxurious private & semi-private dining rooms. Enhance your lunch event, corporate meeting or holiday party in an elegantly appointed space, complete with savory menu items and extensive wine list.
CUT by Wolfgang Puck at Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel Ratings and Reviews
I was disappointed by the lack of attention to detail and service by our primary waiter for such a high scale restaurant. We were ignored for large blocks of time before we had to physically waive down the waiter for service and appropriate attention. The delivery of the main course was slow and tortured. The wine list is WAY overpriced and not appropriate for the with offered. There is no justification for such a large markup on wine over and above market prices in the food service industry. I will not be returning.
My first time eating at the restaurant and I had a great experience! Beginning with the service- no complaints. The table at which we were originally seated was not right for us so we kindly asked to change tables and our server was quick to respond to our request. Great service throughout our dining experience. The food was very good (steak, sides, baked alaska). The restaurant is an open space so everyone is seated in the same room but there are plenty of tables that have a corner feel so just request to not be seated in the middle of the room, especially if you're a party of two. The environment is a casual/business casual feel, which was comfortable for us. Highly recommend!
This place is very, very good. I’m giving it a 5astar rating for the following reasons: 1) it was the best porterhouse I’ve had (and I’ve had quite a few); 2) the service is impeccable and the staff was very friendly; 3) the atmosphere, location, and decor are awesome, and more.
We sat next to the cast from Billions and A$AP Rocky.
For dinner, we had the Dungeness crab Louie (4/5) paired with Sancerre (4.5/5) and a French Chardonnay (5/5), the Onion focaccia (5/5) and the pretzel bread (3.5/5), the porterhouse for two (32oz) medium rare (4.5/5), the cream spinach (4.5/5), and the truffle fries (5/5). The house made mustards, steak sauce, and butters were very good too (5/5).
We took advantage of the corkage fee policy ($50) and brought a very serviceable Napa Cab with us, which the staff gladly aerated.
We skipped dessert but enjoyed the complimentary sweets.
Overall, I highly recommend this restaurant to anyone in West L.A. It’s truly great.
Food was very good but not best ever. Service however was exceptional. About 1/3 way through our steaks our server noticed we didn’t care for such a char on the meet. Some folks like it but we prefer less. We didn’t hate it, but he insisted. He grabbed our steaks, brought back 2 more that were perfect. He was great all night beyond just the new steaks. We also dined at a table adjacent to Hugh Jackman which was cool too. Overall a bit pricey but Michelin worthy to be sure. Definitely recommend for a special night out with spouse/partner.
I realize that this is one of better steak house. However, the last 2 visits, the steaks were bit overdone. Because the visit before this time, my "New York Sirloin" was a bit overdone for "medium-rare", I requested specifically my steak to be on "rare side of the medium-rare" this time just to make sure that it will not be overdone for my preference, however mine was "medium side of the medium-rare" on most part. I like how their steak is served with good char, but a bit overdone twice in a row is little disappointing. I may come back again another time, but if I pick a place simply for a good steak, there are other options. 2 disappointments out of 3 visits is not encouraging. The place as good vive and service is always good.
Big fan of steakhouses and visit them all over the world. CUT is a lot of flash with little substance. Their beef is mostly just wet aged American beef that can be bought at a Whole Foods. They had one dry aged steak in the entire restaurant - it was only a 35 day corn fed NY Strip, which would be a standard level basic offering at any reputable steakhouse. One would assume that CUT would focus on their Japanese beef quality as it is their hallmark. Sadly, they've again CUT corners here, bringing in middling Japanese beef, while marking up the price point to cash in on tourists who can't tell the difference and are just excited to have a bite of something with "prefecture" in the name. The wine selection is similarly brand targeted as opposed to providing a variety of quality wines from both on and off the trend. It was as if the sommelier were kidnapped and thrown in the basement, while the purchaser just googled well known expensive brands of wine, and threw them all together in a book. Good luck finding something new, exciting, or coherent. CUT's apps were also all flash. The bone marrow and beef tartar were both near tasteless, but looked beautiful. Frankly, I will never visit this steakhouse again. It represents the worst qualities of Los Angeles dining: An elaborate showpiece meant to steal money from the naive rich.
From the beginning to the end, CUT knocked it out of the park. The service was impeccable, the food was out standing, and the overall atmosphere was comfortable and welcoming. I would highly recommend CUT to anyone who loves high quality ingredients, as well as the best steaks in town.
We've been to Cut on numerous occasions and have always enjoyed the food, the ambiance, and the friendly service, but in the restaurant only. We went on xmas eve and my wife and I went early to have a drink at the Cut bar beforehand. The service at the bar was soooo slow which quickly brought back memories of our last visit in which the service was slow too. The bar was busy, however there were more than enough servers to help people. I had to get up to ask someone to help us and when you pay $26 for a cocktail that should not be the case. Once we sat down for dinner we were well taken care and we put our bar incident behind us. The appetizers, steaks, and sides, are excellent and we loved the pretzel bread. I would highly recommend Cut for dinner, but stay away from the bar.
Over all, its ok but the price we paid needed more something excellent food. Steak was too dry, some appetizers was too salty. I dont think its not worth it to go to the popular high prices restaurant when hits the special holidays. Too busy to control all the food!
The food was great, the service was lacking....
This is our second time at this restaurant and we came back only for the food, which was terrific. We were a group of 8 and we all ordered different cuts and side dishes and not one of them was lacking in flavor. The problem was the service. We got one server who had such a thick accent we could not understand what he said about the different cuts of meat when he brought them table side. He recited his speech so fast we did not really have time to ask any questions. We sat at the restaurant for over 3 hours, which was to us a ridiculous amount of time. The problem was not getting the food delivered, the problem was getting someone to take our order and the drinks, which even one server joked he had to make it himself because it was taking such a long time to get made.
First time coming to cut. Amazing food and drinks. Lots of free samp ling whike uou wait for your food. The filet and sides were amazing. They even went the extra mile with free dessert with chocolate writing wishing a happy birthday. Definitely a memorable place and highly recommended.
David was an amazing server and made the night for us. The food was marginal. Very loud place and we were squeezed next to an annoying twosome, a father/son that wanted to be part of our meal. The management and staff were very aware and extremely helpful. Unreal overall service by the entire staff. I cannot say enough about the front of the house service. Wish the steaks had been better.
I have been here numerous times. The service has always been over the top. The best in town. This time was less than satisfactory. Servers chitchated with each other while we waited for service. Hope was a one time thing. The food and everything else was exquisite as usual.
The food and service is second to none. The atmosphere is what you would expect from a top notch restaurant. The minute you come in you are greeted by the receptionist and were made to feel welcome. All of the staff that we have come to in contact were polite professional people.
My family’s dinner at CUT after a day in Beverly Hills was nice. The entire staff was friendly and pretty swift attending to our needs (although did have to ask for refills on drinks). The salad, domestic Wagyu filet, and potato purée with onion rings as sides were all delicious. The restaurant has a classy, yet casual and energetic vibe. You definitely need to bring your high-end credit card since everything is priced extremely high (even higher than CUT in The Palazzo in Las Vegas). Overall, it was a very nice dinner, although a bit overpriced, but would return again in the future if in the area.
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