What is the food presentation like at CUT?

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We wouldn’t go so far as to describe the food presentation at CUT as “minimalist,” but it’s pretty close.
 
Part of the charm at this Forbes Travel Guide recommended steakhouse — aside, of course, from the amazing food — is that no unnecessary garnishes clutter the plates and distract from the restaurant’s terrific, simply prepared cuisine. When we say simple, however, know that we don’t mean plain but, rather, that fresh vegetables and prime cuts of steak should speak for themselves — and they certainly do here in the hands of the expert chefs at this popular restaurant from celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck.
 
Though the food presentation is generally simple (and effective), we still saw splashes of understated creativity in many plates. For example, a creamy bone marrow flan was served in two thick sections of the very bones from which the marrow was drawn.

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