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The price range for meals at CUT is somewhere between $100 and $200 per person, depending on which sides and proteins you order, as well as if you drink any wine or other alcoholic beverages.
On our most recent visit to this Forbes Travel Guide recommended restaurant, appetizers ranged in price from $17 for warm asparagus and poached egg with warm bacon vinaigrette up to $28 for big-eye tuna tartare with wasabi aioli, ginger and togarashi crisps. We opted for a creamy, savory bone marrow flan, which cost $19.
Most of CUT’s sides cost $12, including fingerling potatoes and creamed spinach with fried organic egg (which your server folds into the dish at your table), though a few options are a little pricier, including wild field mushrooms & Japanese Shisito peppers.
Protein options include chops, fowl and seafood, but the obvious star of the menu at this Las Vegas steakhouse is, of course, the steak — and you’ll have no shortage of cuts to choose from. Familiar options include a variety U.S.D.A. Prime steaks, such as a 20-ounce New York sirloin for $56 and 6-ounce American Wagyu/Angus filet mignon for $84. To get the restaurant’s best cut, however, you’ll have to shell out $145 for the Australian 100-percent Wagyu beef, an 8-ounce steak imported from David Blackmore Ranch in Victoria, Australia.
Cheese courses cost $18 for three selections, $24 for five and $30 for eight. Desserts are $14; our favorite is the banana cream pie, made with 10-year chocolate sauce, Valrhona pearls and “Fudgesicle Ice.”
If you’re looking to save a few bucks for the casino but still want to enjoy a full meal, CUT’s tasting menu is a great option: For $75 per person you get a choice of salad or starter, one of three meat options, a side and dessert.