Take a Peek & Eat from their New Seasonal Lunch & Dinner Menu too!The Cut’s new Wagyu Beef Burger is a high end take on a lunchtime staple. The star of the burger is the broiled patty made with *Robbins Island sirloin and brisket. As you’d expect from a steak restaurant, it’s perfectly cooked – juicy, flavoursome, and tender. Fillings are simple, but classic. American cheddar, tomato, lettuce, and relish, balance the burger, which is served on a brioche bun. Hand cut chips and house aioli are the perfect accompaniment to this meal, and the chips prove very useful in mopping up the relish when things inevitably get a little messy. This offering will delight those who love burgers, but not grease, and it’s only $9.95 at lunch for the month of November.  “It’s got to be one of Melbourne’s most pocket-friendly premium burgers, served with hand-cut chips”, said Rachel from Urban Purveyor.


 **Get in to The Cut before 31st December. In the meanwhile we’ll try convince them to keep this limited edition burger on at that price for a while longer!

 **Take a Peek & Eat from their New Seasonal Lunch & Dinner Menu too! Specialising in Prime Australian Beef & Seafood.



*Robbins Island Wagyu Beef (Tasmania)

The Cut Steakhouse

7 Alfred Place



 Review & Image by Celeste Juliano

Additional Image Courtesy of The Cut Steakhouse

Margaret began writing at high school, and wrote on and off while working to attain a Master of Science degree. After working as an analytical chemist for ten years, participating in activities with the Australian Volunteer Coast Guard and raising a family, she moved on to study writing and editing, and achieve a Diploma in Library and Information services. She entered her first novel The Wild One in the Fellowship of Australian Writers Jim Hamilton Award (2011) and received a highly commended, this award being for an unpublished novel of sustained quality. Now with her boys grown up, she has begun to rewrite her early novels. Editor in Chief and Science Editor for The Australia Times, she lives with her three men in Melbourne, Australia, in a house with a metal roof that is used as a runway by possums.

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