We went to Wolfgang Puck’s Cut in Beverly Hills for my mom and sister’s birthdays. It’s located in the heart of Rodeo Drive in the Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons Hotel. So obviously, it’s a pretty chi chi type eatery, but the famous faces plastered all across the walls and menus can be a little distracting. I would prefer to see these famous people sitting in the dining room, but I doubt anyone famous would want to endure the gawkers during a busy weekend.
We started by ordering a variety of the appetizers to pass around and share. I chose the bone marrow flan with mushroom marmalade. It was sinfully rich… so much so that I could not finish it on my own. One teaspoon of the flan probably sent my cholesterol through the roof, but it was totally worth it.
Blue Fin “Toro” Tuna Tartare with Togarashi Crisps and Tosa Soy
Warm Veal Tongue
USDA Prime, Illinois Corn Fed Aged 21 Days – Bone In Rib Eye Steak 20 Oz
USDA Prime, Nebraska Corn Fed Dry Aged 35 Days – Rib Eye Steak 16 OZ
Japanese 100% Wagyu Beef from Kagoshima Prefecture
Price 2 stars
Ambiance 3 stars
Food 3 ½ stars
Overall rating 3 ½ stars