Morton’s, the Steakhouse has earned an unrivalled reputation for fine dining, service and elegance. Featuring a fresh, bright and contemporary interior, the décor at Morton’s exudes sophistication throughout the main dining room, three private dining rooms, restaurant bar and Atrium Bar. Every detail, from the succulent steaks, fresh seafood and extensive, award-winning wine list to our seamless service makes Morton's the classic American dining experience in the heart of Singapore. continue reading
Opening Hours
17:00 - 22:30
Mon - Sat
17:00 - 22:30
12:00 - 15:00
17:00 - 21:00
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Signature Dishes
Primeaged Steak Hot Chocolate Cake
Review (21)
Level4 2017-07-04
In celebration of Burger Month, Morton's introduced a "Surf & Turf" burger for a limited period of time (May 15 - June 14 2017). Lobster and wagyu beef? I was hooked. The bar @ Mortons (a separate, slightly elevated space just across from the main restaurant) wasn't open till 5pm (even though the website stated 12pm) so we had to partake in our meal at a corner of the restaurant where the bar counter is situated (if you're only having burgers, you can't have it in the main dining area).Chicken Goujonettes - Chicken goujonettes are just a fancy name for chicken fingers/tenders/fillets and Morton's rendition came across as decent; crisp on the outside but tender on the inside without coming across as too greasy. However eating everything alone in one seating can prove nauseating so best to share. Didn't quite fancy the mustard mayonnaise sauce by the side. Surf & Turf - And the burger that drew us to Morton's, Surf & Turf. Thick, perfectly done (medium as per my request) 8oz slab of wagyu patty with bits of fat within for that chewiness. Topped with chunky truffle lobster salad and sandwiched between two deliciously buttery and crisp brioche buns; excellent. Came with a mountain of crisp, fresh tasting fries as well. A burger and a plate of chicken fingers cost ~ $88, which isn't cheap by any standard. However the burger is excellent and worth a try even though it costs ~$20 more than the regular USDA Prime Burger (which was a wee bit disappointing the last time I had it). I seriously hope Morton's considers having it on the regular menu. Service was very good as usual but the wait for food this time round was a little long (almost 30 minutes) which was quite a bummer.See all my pictures at http://www.timelessfacade.com/2017/07/mortons-part-xii-burger-month-special.html continue reading
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For more details, please visit http://www.foodesteem.com/2015/06/mortons-steakhouse.htmlLocated at Mandarin Oriental Singapore, the hotel beside Marina Square and opposite The Floating Platform, it can be considered quite accessible and a great hotel to view the beautiful Singapore Skyline at night. With such an amazing view, food contained is definitely more than just average!Morton's Steakhouse is much popular for its steak of course. Serving only the highest grade of aged USDA & Australian beef selections and taking great effort into preparing the steaks for diners, only makes us go right for the steaks, and nothing else.Potterhouse Steak at 24 ounces ($117.00). Served medium-rare.Center-Cut Prime Ribeye at 16 ounces ($99.50). Served medium-rare.Cajun Ribeye Steak ($102.00). Served medium-rare.Five Peppercorn Rubbed Prime Strip Steak at 20 ounces ($138.00). Served at well-done.Signature Cut Prime New York Strip at 20 ounces ($134.00). Served rare.Center Cut Filet Mignon at 12 ounces ($99.00). Served medium-rare.If you are not too keen with the steak, another option would be Chilean Seabass ($77.00).Souffle for Two ($37.00) for our dessert. We were too full to actually care about whether it's for two or not, and just shared the entire bowl within the 8 of us. Everyone had a couple of spoons of the fluffy and soft souffle. Similar to egg tarts, and this is even better than just egg tarts.This meal is definitely our most expensive dinner ever, and none of us have seen 4-figures amount in a single receipt before. But disregard the amount, the quality of the food is definitely worth what we paid for, and if I ever have the chance again, Morton's is definitely topping the list, or at least in the first few.On another note, the serving is pretty filling even for a single pax to finish it up, which actually leaves all of us either too full or with a few grams of meat untouched.For more details, please visit http://www.foodesteem.com/2015/06/mortons-steakhouse.html continue reading
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Level1 2014-06-22
Had my birthday dinner here last night and it was Awesome!My best beef steak so far!The place is great with low lighting, tables are not close to each other therefore you can have your private chit chat time.I've tried both of their Prime ribeye steak and Fillet Mignon steak, both are fantastic!I will prefer Fillet mignon more as the taste is just so .....Beef!hahahaha, juicy and soft!Great ingredients + great cooking skills.Definitely worth for a try at least once in a life time.Happy! continue reading
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Level4 2013-10-24
Nestled in the heart of Marina Bay area, Mandarin Oriental housed a legendary steakhouse, Morton's. It is located at 4th storey of the hotel, just opposite one of the popular buffet lines, Melt-The World Cafe.The exterior of Morton's was a classic looking American steakhouse with wood panels as its background and its reputable name shining brightly under the warm orange lightings. The ambience was cosy and quiet with the low lights revealing a coolness making a romantic place to perfect a date.We made our entrance into Morton's and was warmly welcome by a group of servers who dressed in professional black coats. In addition to their main restaurant, there were 2 private rooms which hold up to 10 pax per room and a dining room catering up to 20 pax.Reservation was confirmed by a phone called on the actual day and this was the menu prepared on the table, specially printed to the birthday guy which states "Happy Birthday, ______!".Our menu was further elaborated by the server in a well-rehearsed manner, introducing their popular dishes.Yes! If you have heard about Morton's onion loaf, this is the one. This soft, fluffy and fragrant loaf was bigger than my palm's size accompanied by 2 bars of softened butter. It was placed onto our table before the orders. Addictive and a definite must try! However, remember not to eat too much before the mains, unless you had already catered more stomach room for others. Confetti was placed on each table. And each table was decorated with a little lamp with pepper and salt by the side.Infused by the aroma of 5 kinds of onions crusted with Swiss cheese, this dish was indeed heavenly for a start. Our portion of Onion Soup was split into 2 based on server's suggestion which I felt very thoughtful.Opted sautéed Brussels sprouts as Side dish for sharing. Portion was more than enough for 2 pax. Though it was a simple dish on the menu, the dish was delectable, added with bacon and shallots.The plates of the main dish was warmed up before serving. Enjoy the grain-fed beef with done-ness near perfection. Expensive but well worth it. Every slice of the prime ribeye seduces with its succulent and tender meat bringing out a steak's full flavour with its charred outlook. In fact, no sauces was required. It will definitely pamper any hardcore carnivore with such juicy flesh!After so much of its beefy business, let's talk about its Ocean Catch! Its Chilean Sea Bass (Fillet A la Nage) was palate pleasing accompanied by Jumbo Lump Crabmeat, Lemon Butter and crunchy Asparagus. I was rather surprised that the lemon given was grilled and felt warm as i squeeze its juice over the plate of tantalizing meal. These sweet treats was introduced by the amicable waitress after our mains, unfortunately, there was hardly any room left for them. Well, we will be back!Souffle (Grand Marnier), a complimentary dessert from Morton's for the birthday guy with a candle. Eggy with a delicate thin layer over its pillow soft fillings made up of unique blend of Grand Marnier liqueur citrus sabayon (egg yolk and sugar custard). Most importantly the dessert was not cloying. Its amazing how simple thing can be so glorious.Dining in Morton was really a good experience with its elegant interiors and service was impeccable with special needs well attended. Furthermore they were quite detailed with little actions well taken care of and make us felt close to heart.We were presented with a hand decorated birthday card with our photo instantly printed which was a pleasant surprise to the birthday guy, making the event a memorable one in Morton's !Overall, everything was good. My only gripe was that Photography was a challenge as the place was dimly lit. Nevertheless, this had create a very good atmosphere especially for special occassions. I would highly recommend this place if one is seeking for a good steak dinner, service and ambience.Remember to do your reservations!For complete photos Review, please visit http://umakemehungry.blogspot.sg/2013/10/mortons-steakhouse.html continue reading
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Level4 2013-10-04
for photos and more reviews, visit http://littlemomentsofmylife.wordpress.com/ i'm so happy with my chocolate martini! they have a few martinis at a special price of $12.95 during their happy hour. the chocolate martini had a generous amount of chocolate inside! a creamy chocolate flavour, with lots of little chocolate swirls floating on top, and a coat of chocolate lining the glass. a hint of absolut vodka, and this made the ultimate happy drink my friend ordered the lychee martini, which came with two lychees in it! hehe! i think they look so cute dont they! it was a really refreshing drink, loved it too!AND AAAAAAAAAND THE BEST PART: morton's filet mignon sandwich! <3<3 every half an hour or so, the waitresses will come around with a tray of these lovely sandwiches (one each! dont be greedy. although i wish i could hehe). i loved the savoury-sweet slightly crisp bun, encasing a medium-rare steak. YUMMY!!!!!!i am totally planning my next visit. take note, no flip flops and shorts though! the dress code is smart casual. and really, you dont want to be seen in this posh place in shorts & slippers anyway. continue reading
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