6339 3740
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
17:30 - 23:00
Mon - Sat
17:30 - 23:00
12:00 - 15:00
17:00 - 21:00
Payment Methods
Visa Master AMEX Cash NETS
Number of Seats
Other Info
Private Dining
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Corkage Fee Details
Open Till Late
Takes Reservations Details
Wi-Fi/Power Socket
Restaurant Website
Signature Dishes
Bone-in Ribeye Center-Cut Prime Ribeye Maine Lobster Cocktail Porterhouse Steak Morton's Legendary Hot Chocolate Cake MORtinis
Review (1)
Level4 2018-04-17
Visited the place on Sunday for brunch. Compared to its next door crowded buffet restaurant, the place was surprisingly quiet with just 4 other tables of couple. We were showed to a roomy booth table, where the staff pulled out the table for us to be seated. Looked through the menu, we decided on the 3-course Sunday Lunch Set Menu (S$98++).After placing order, we were served its signature Onion Bread and butter. The huge bun was pipping hot and fluffy.For AppetizerBaked Five Onion SoupIt was served in a small cup with melted cheese toast on top. The soup was more salty side but great to dip the bread with.Chopped House SaladIt may not looked much, but the flavours were great. Just take of note of the strong flavoured goat cheese.For Entree8.5oz Filet Mignon with Asparagus and Mashed PotatoesWent with the staff's recommendation of medium rare. Opt to serve with mustard and brown sauce, plus sour cream for the mash on the side. The meat was done just right without too raw or too tough. The mash was delicious with bits of potato in it.Center-Cut Prime Ribeye (Topup S$30++)Went with the staff's recommendation of medium. The meat serving was double of the filet mignon.  Opt to serve with brown sauce, plus sour cream for the mash on the side. The meat was done just right without too raw or too tough. The texture was smoother compared to the filet mignon, but the serving was too huge for a female like me. The end part was a tab too chewy than preferred.For DessertMorton's Legendary Hot Chocolate Cake (Topup S$10++)The molten chocolate cake was served hot, topped with raspberries and a scoop of vanilla ice cream by the side. Soft crumbling crust, encasing the hot molten chocolate inside. Sinfully rich pairing with the cold ice cream.Key Lime PieServed with a slice of lime and a pile of whipped cream.I was too full to have a mouth of it. The staff kindly packed it up for takeaway. continue reading
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