Monday, 29 June 2015

Morton's The Steakhouse

Seriously, if not for a bet between my group of friends, it might take me another decade before I knew and enter in Morton's The Steakhouse.

Located 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 has both a public dining area, as well as a private room to cater to the bigger groups. While you may be in the private room, containing all kinds of laughter and fun within your own group, the attention from the crew is still consistent as with the public dining area, and are friendly too.

First came this humongous loaf of Complimentary Bread, which can be easily shared among 5-6 pax. Go on with the salted butter and you can start looking forward to the highlights of the meal.

Parmesan & Truffle Matchstick Fries ($24.00).

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.

Accept Reservation: Yes

Morton's The Steakhouse

5 Raffles Avenue
Fourth Storey Mandarin Oriental Singapore
Singapore 039797

Tel: (65) 6339 3740

Opening Hours
Mon - Sat: 1730 - 2300 hours
Sun: 1700 - 2200 hours

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