Cut Steakhouse and Tapas | 36 Caxton Street, PETRIE TERRACE QLD 4000

So last Friday was a night that the travel bunnies look forward to as it is the night we catch up with our friends for dinner. This time we all decided that we all needed so quality cow and thought that the Cut Steakhouse should be the venue. This relatively new venue on the Brisbane dining scene is the newest venue of the Gambaro Group and is located (as the other bunnie kept reminding me) at the sight of the group's old takeaway fish and chip shop on Caxton Street.

The restaurant is 'slick' from the moment we arrived. From the maître d' who greeted us at the front door to the candlelit table and open kitchen. We decided on two serves of BBQ beef short ribs w' cabbage salad and lime ($14.90), Cut house made sausages ($14.90) and “San Danielle” 18 month prosciutto, fig jam & grissini ($15.90) for entrees and for mains we ordered a Wagyu ramp cap ($39.90 for 250gm), two Angus T-Bones ($39.90 for 500gm) and an Angus Eye Fillet ($38.90) with a side of Cut garden salad ($8.50) and Mixed green vegetables w' lemon & garlic ($9.50).

I was really happy with the dinner. The well-marinated beef short ribs were juicy and extremely tasty. The wagyu rump was delicious and it was certainly good enough to satisfy my hunger for some decent meat. It would've been perfect if the wild mushroom sauce was creamier.

We finished off the night with having their popular prune & armangac crème brûlée w' white chocolate biscotti ($14.5). The combination of prune and crème brûlée was a lil' weird for my liking, but the crème brûlée (less the prune) was definitely yummy to eat.

Our dinner was topped with fantastic service by our waitress Nell.

Total Bunnie Dollars Spent: $304.50

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