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Ronny Halim
 • 04 Jan 2014 1 review 0 follower
their steak portion is definitely huge. however their price is quite ridiculous honestly. i guess you are paying for its ambience and service. unless you have a lot of money, i would not recommend eating here
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Food Nomads
 • 14 Oct 2013 162 reviews 11 followers
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Sometimes, nothing quite cuts it like old-school glamor. A takeover may have landed on the white tablecloths of Morton’s of Chicago’s some time ago, but it is no trigger for reflexive revisions of the upmarket steakhouse under the high pomp of Mandarin Oriental hotel. Unlike the other Morton’s outlets in the U.S., the Singapore outpost is not too impatient for updates.

The trappings of an archetypal steakhouse from Chicago are there. Full leather booth seats are delineated with glass screens, emblazoned with frosted logo prints, framed between brass poles. Tawny tungsten bleed onto pyramids of wine bottles on columns of tabletop.
The amiable hospitality remains in check. Morton’s staff, in formal black, would lift the table just for you to ease into the plush seats by the windows. More austere, though educational and amusing, is food briefing done on board shiny pushcarts with real samples of the food in question.

To prove its testimony of delivering the best even when it comes to its non- signature offerings, the Morton’s Prime Ocean Platter- Baked was just as impressive and we were told that both versions, as good as they were in their own right, would suit either those who prefer their seafood baked or chilled. Sea scallops wrapped in Bacon, Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes, Oyster Rockefeller and Jumbo Shrimp Alexander, the show- stopping plate was worth every penny in our opinion. 

The aromatic fragrance of the five kinds of onions was wonderfully infused together with the crusted cheese topping. When had all together, the Baked Five Onion Soup was indeed soul satisfying. We were caught by surprise from our first try, the delicious medley of savoury sweet and sour notes was really heavenly. Deservedly one of their signature dishes that is definitely worthy of one’s order.

Centre-cut Filet Mignon, beef comes like a solo star, starkly alone onstage with a bare cover of sprouts. Morton’s seem undeniably French by nature, sauce-wise. Best to go with either béarnaise (hollandaise made with vinegar instead of lemon) or on their own, tender cuts like the filet mignon (the tenderloin, inner muscle of the cow) were simply dainty, total surrender and no resistance. Never opt for well-done or you might want to rethink the point of touching expensive bovine in the first place.

Bone-in Ribeye, marbling is saliently featured on its own and while this part may not be as pointedly tender as the filet mignon, their fat pockets, as flavor nooks, makes for instant appreciation of the ribeye. You simply exercise your jaw in concentration to suss out nuances of the aged meat.

Morton’s Legendary Hot Chocolate Cake, decadently sinful and remarkably executed for getting every element right, both taste and texture- wise.
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Must tries: Morton’s Legendary Hot Chocolate Cake

I also recommend this place for:
After Work, Ala Carte, Anniversary, Birthdays, Children/Family, Dinner, Fine Dining, Private Dining, Romance/First Dates, Wine Lists

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Seth Lui
 • 05 Oct 2013 70 reviews 2 followers
Trust me, they know what they are doing or they wouldn't have been so popular for so long. Morton's is a classic American style steakhouse opened in Singapore for over 10 years. 
Not many places can claim they use Prime USDA beef. The ribeye for me is a juicy as a newborn baby. Ok I don't think that was a good metaphor, but the point is it's really tasty. 
Morton's bar also has a ridonkulous happy hour 5-7pm (mon-sat) which gives you a triple shot martini for $14.95 and free flow mini steak sandwiches. Camp by the door if you want to reach it before the eyeing guests all snap it up like zombies to fresh meat. 

It's a pricey restaurant but hey, if it wasn't good who would come back for 10 years to give them money?
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I spent $250 per person.

Must tries: ribeye steak

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After Work, Anniversary, Business Dining, Corporate Events, Fine Dining
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