CUT Beverly Hills – Restaurant Review
March 28, 2012 § 1 Comment
Tonight was a special night for Marshall and me as we celebrated the anniversary of the first time we met a year ago at Cut, Wolfgang Puck’s fantastic restaurant at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel a few steps away from Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills.
Mr Puck last year came to greet us at our table and showered it with all the desserts on the menu when I told him that I was raised by an Austrian nanny and loved Austria ( his homeland) and possibly also when he found out that one of his favorite after dinner drinks had to do with my family. Anyway, this year we weren’t blessed by his visit at our table and I am sure that he would’ve loved to hear that Marshall and I had fallen in love after meeting at his venue!
I must say that choosing the right piece of meat isn’t easy with all the different cuts, aging months and qualities of meat on the menu so we went for New York Sirloin and Rib Eye steak from Nebraska aged 35 days. As side dishes broccoli with sun dried tomatoes and pecorino cheese and a wonderful potato puree. We shared a Valhrona chocolate super airy and light soufflé with whipped cream, gianduja sorbet and and hot chocolate sauce. We fell in love all over again….
Oxtail soup with bone marrow quenelles
Prime Nebraska Corn Fed dry aged 35 days New York Sirloin
The Dessert meny
Chocolate Soufflé with gianduja sorbet and Valhrona chocolate sauce
9500 Wilshire Blvd Beverly Hills,