Pretty decent - I got the abalone and smoked eel. Food did take quite a while to come out but that’s understandable considering what we ordered. My dish tasted average but my boyfriend’s rib eye on the bone was great. Oysters were amazing! Prices are decent for what you get. Great place to go on a date or take your business associates. Great atmosphere but average service.
Almost Better than Jervois Steakhouse. Price and value wise the food exceeds jervois steak house when paired with entertainment book. The value for quality is amazing. Bone in rib eye was cooked perfect, and they didn’t even use sous vide! Amazing grilling experience. The meat platter was good, but the chicken little dry, chorizo way too salty like, lamb rack was average since I still make better lamb racks with my sousvide and cast iron at home. But the wagyu skirt was very tasty, firm, not chewy, yet very strong but good after taste. The lamb shoulder was only $40. That is great value for money, excellent sharing plate for all. But waaaaaay too oily if you want it just for yourself as your own main, it’s just waaaaay too rich. But in exchange you get to enjoy the tenderness of the meat. Vegetables were good, the chips were nice and fat and fun to eat like building blocks or jenga. The bread entree was amazing. I’m no master chef but it seemed like whipped butter. Excellent dip. I asked for seconds. Looking at the photos I want more. Service: 4/5 Food Quality: 4.5/5 Food Quantity: 5/5 Environment: 5/5 Presentation: 5/5 Price per person: $50-$80
It’s okay. I am unfortunately not thrilled. I stayed at Rydges (amazing) and hoped Cut would be similar to Portlander in Wellington, but was not overly thrilled. Unfortunately, I would skip next time.