World Cut Steakhouse: A cut above the rest

Sponsored: From the arrival to the eating, every element is an experience – and one you need to have

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Sleek, sophisticated and luxuriously upholstered, with its plush leather seating and rich mahogany tables, World Cut Steakhouse is every inch the classic steak restaurant.

From the arrival to the eating, every element is an experience – and one you need to have.

There are more than 12 incredible cuts to choose from, imported from Australia and the US, including a 560g bone-in rib-eye and an AACo Master Kobe MB11 wagyu fillet – also known as one of the best steaks In. The. World.

Pair your cut with the restaurant’s spectacular dauphinoise potatoes and you’re on to a winner.

But it’s not just about the steaks – other equally superb dishes include yellowfin tuna tartare, indulgent black truffle and comte cheese fritters (we defy you to eat just one), grilled black pepper octopus and coconut baked Alaska.

There are superb events throughout the week, including Tomahawk Tuesdays, featuring – you guessed it – a 1.4kg Tomahawk steak to share between two, plus a bottle of red vintage, two appetisers, two sides and a dessert – all yours for just Dhs850 per couple.

On Thursdays and Fridays a live band performs classic hits. While you’re there, be sure to peruse the restaurant’s vast selection of Old and New World grape, housed within a walk-in cellar and curated by the expert sommelier.

There’s also a wide range of classic mixed drinks to sample, and even a tableside mixology service.

World Cut Steakhouse has been named Time Out Dubai’s Best Steakhouse for the past two years – so why not go to see why for yourself?
Open daily 6.30pm-midnight. Habtoor Palace, LXR Hotels & Resorts, Al Habtoor City (04 435 5577).

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