Still, I needn’t have worried, as a huge selection of different cuts of beef had been brought to the table on a groaning chopping board to make our choice. CUT at 45 Park Lane really is a steak lovers’ dream. Diners can choose from Australian wagyu, Japanese wagyu, New York sirloin, and even 28-day dry aged native beef from Suffolk. Most are available in a variety of signature cuts, including fillet, sirloin and ribeye.
With the guidance of our expert waitress, I choose a fillet minion of Japanese, pure A5 wagyu beef with a side of creamed spinach. Charred on the outside, the meat was buttery, tender and pink on the inside and melted on the tongue. It was everything I could possibly hope for in the perfect steak.
Delectable sauces to choose from included their house steak sauce, green peppercorn, Argentinian chimichurri, or a Bernaise. Diners also have the option of adding to their cuts with mushrooms, caramelised onions, a fried egg, grated bone marrow, and even white truffle. This is decadence indeed.
There is more to the menu than just meat, however. White truffle pappardelle, heritage pumpkin risotto with Taleggio cheese and crispy sage, roasted cauliflower steak, jumbo Australian tiger prawns, and Cornish Dover sole are also tempting choices. There is a separate vegetarian and vegan menu too.