First, I would say be prepared to spend between $100 - $150 per person. Once you get that out of the way, be prepared to enjoy a fabulous meal. My husband and I went with two friends. Three of us started with the Fiji apple salad, and one of us had the tuna tartare. All were fabulous. The waiters do a presentation showing you the Waygu steaks. However we decided to have the American steaks. I am glad we saved the money, because these were some of the best steaks we have ever eaten. The steaks were charred beautifully, and tender inside, very, very flavorful. The onion rings were a delight. They also came around with interesting bread selections and parmesan bread sticks. (I am out of order here). We have eaten in many great steakhouses in several cities, and this was one of the best, in terms of food, ambience and service. When I made the reservation, I was asked if it was a special occasion, which it was (21st wedding anniversary). We were given a lovely plate with a little cake and ice cream. The only negative comment I have is the wine list. It was certainly extensive. However, most of the bottles were in the triple digits. I realize this is a very upscale restaurant, but they could have added a few more selections in even the $60 range. Overall, The Cut delivered on the price tag, and we will definitely return here next time we come to Vegas. (For comparison, we ate at the SW Steakhouse last year..fairly comparable prices. The Cut was MUCH better..more distance between the tables, memorable steaks.)
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