Wolfgang Puck is at it again. This time it’s in the form of a steakhouse at the Palazzo that some say is the best place for steak in Las Vegas.The 160-seat metallic dining room inside The Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino manages to feel both industrial and warm thanks to well-chosen appointments and chandeliers. In the adjacent bar, sample custom cocktails and dishes from the smaller “Rough Cuts” bar menu. The classic steakhouse offerings are given the Puck treatment, including the use of Wagyu and pure Japanese Kobe beef — but the innovative dishes such as double thick pork chop atop apple and nectarine moustarda allow the chef’s true talents to shine through. Other hits from the menu include the Indian-spiced Kobe short ribs, slow-cooked for eight hours and finished with a purée of curried corn.

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