Morton's of Chicago - The Steakhouse



Date of reviewAug 25, 2010
Cuisine American
LocationTsim Sha Tsui

The Sheraton Hotel Hong Kong, 4th Level, 20 Nathan Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong
香港九龍尖沙咀彌敦道20號 喜來登酒店4樓

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Dinner hours

Mon to Sat, 5:30 pm - 11:00 pm; Sun, 5:30 pm - 10:00 pm

Dress Code

Smart Casual







Private Room

1 room for 10 to 12

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Smoking Area




Dark woods, dark leather booths, plus a bar serving up martinis: Morton’s interior is typical of a classic American steakhouse. The minute you step foot in the Tsim Sha Tsui establishment, it’s impossible to imagine eating anything but a hunk of beef after a dirty martini. The clientele is mostly steak-loving Americans, as well as large groups of tourists and businessmen.


Food at Morton’s can be hit-and-miss. To start, try the lobster bisque, an extremely creamy soup with a healthy dash of alcohol. Keep in mind that the portions here are so large that even a shared soup split between two is hard to finish. Chopped salad is equally massive, centred around well-seasoned iceberg and romaine with just the right amounts of bacon, blue cheese and chopped egg; a relatively light and delicious appetiser. Steaks are the main attraction at Morton’s and the aged prime rib-eye steak won’t disappoint, a perfectly cooked cut that makes any mustard or sauce unnecessary. The signature New York strip, on the other hand, is a bit chewy and requires the pepper and cognac cream sauce to give it a lift. Enjoyable sides include steamed asparagus with a light hollandaise and delectably greasy hash browns that remains moist and springy in the middle. Less successful are the undercooked Idaho baked potatoes. End your meal with Morton’s legendary cocoa-based desserts, including the chocolate mousse, a sweet treat with lovely texture.


Morton’s presents a comprehensive wine lists sorted by grape varietals and countries. Even the half-bottles list is impressive with over a dozen red wines.


From the chorus-line of greetings, the long recital of the menu, to the presentation of the raw steaks, the service may be a theatrical but at least it is efficient and well-rehearsed.

Price   $$$$$

Dinner for two should cost around HK$2,000.