had a very good dinner ranging from steaks and veal chops. sides are ala carte but the sizes were meager, especially for the price. for such a high end restaurant, the steaks were very good but not memorable. wish they had draft beer. wish they had prime rib instead of a prime ribeye steak. for dessert, some needed to be ordered with dinner because of prep time, but were served way before the others. for an elite restaurant, i feel there are comparable ones [flemings] with a bit more to offer
If you own or manage Morton's The Steak House, register now for free tools to enhance your listing, attract new reviews, and respond to reviewers.