CUT this restaurant out of your to do list !
Cut is the victim of "runaway' seasoning. Went last night with 6 friends and something that happens in many restaurants is occurring here.
The 'chefs' get accustomed to higher and higher levels of seasoning and salt and as they 'season to taste' the end result is an overwhelming amount of salt, pepper and other spices in practically everything they serve.
What might be the right amount of seasoning for an 8oz filet ends up being like Frank Costanza cooked for the boys in South Korea in the famous Seinfeld episode on the larger cuts of meat.
Everyone agreed (6 of 6) that everything was way over seasoned and I feel a bit like Bobby Colby today... "a crater in my colon the size of a cutlet" .
Oxtail soup was just broth, Wolfgang, take a lesson from Charlie Trotter on how to make this dish.
Desserts were disappointing and uncreative.
Service however was good. Wine service was also good, however they should turn the glasses upside down and eliminate the 'cleaning wine'. Why leave the 'dirty wine' in the glass? Silly practice after all the effort.
I give one star based on the idea that $1000+ meals should be next to perfect.
Complete waste of time and opportunity.
CUT at The Palazzo Las Vegas
3339 Las Vegas Blvd. South, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Sorry you didn't enjoy your visit as the 4 times I have been have been close to perfect. Only real dish that I didn't care for was the tempura onion rings and charging $14 for Voss Sparkling water.
And just to add, Charlie Trotter will be closing there door at the Palazzo, but may reopen when the economy is right.