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During our meal at CUT (which actually took more than two hours, just from the sheer number of courses), we were treated to a few off-menu items. Things started with a Parmesan crostini, which was more like a thin breadstick and was served in a striking rectangular box. Next, we were treated to Gruyere gougeres, which are made with a pinch of kicky paprika. We were also given a few mustards to try, as well as a selection of three petit fours to finish off our meal, which included a salted caramel cashew bite, a ginger-whiskey fudge and a Japanese yuzu citrus bar. The people at CUT are passionate about the food they serve, and it shows in the little extras that come throughout your meal.