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OK, so it’s a Morton’s which means that you probably know what to expect - a very good meal and good service at a price. This Morton’s is no different. I had an excellent combo meal of a filet, bacon-wrapped scallops, and shrimp (all cooked...More
Last time I dine at Morton’s The Steakhouse was few years ago. Was very happy to experience again and it was as good as I remembered. Food was amazing, service from Susan was a delight and our dessert end our meal on a perfect note....More
Yesterday my friend and I decided to go to the Morton’s Bar for a glass of wine and their mini burgers. Before leaving I chcked their website Toronto location to see if they were still offering bar bites. I was pleasantly surprised to see that...More
This is my second visit to Toronto and We went to Morton’s last time and promised myself we’d go back, Morton’s is the bench mark for steak in my opinion, we both ordered the 8oz with horseradish mash, Brussels and bacon and broccoli, the food...More
The steaks are unquestionably good. My manhattan cut was perfectly cooked, very tender and had great flavour. The mashed potato was very good too, while the staff were knowledgeable, friendly and efficient.
However I feel this venue has gone downhill as the non-steak dishes were...More
Was expecting a bit more after all said and done. Tenderloin has silver skin that could have been removed or better cut from the kitchen. The side plates cooled down in their plates faster then I remember and believe me we didn’t let them sit...More
We were four people who were looking forward to a good steak. Going to Morton’s insures just that. Consistent.
Nothing changes. The food is good and you’re seated in a pleasant ambience.
Compared to other steak restaurants, they are on par with their pricing.
Midtown is a dynamic part of Toronto with some of its most stylish high-rise residences and heritage buildings. The area sees busy shoppers with bag-laden arms balancing lattes in paper cups as they travel from one luxury brand to the next, taking advantage of the proximity of high-end shops. The reflecting pools, jogging trails, and nature treks of the Rosehill Revision are always a hub of outdoor activity, and
after a workout from either running or splurging, many take advantage of the spas and massage parlors Midtown has to offer. Away from the bakeries, boutiques, and glamorous old theaters of the district's center, locals use the weekend to embrace the more suburban feel of Midtown's parks, tennis courts, outdoor markets, and the manicured grounds of Casa Loma, while families indulge the area's state-of-the-art playground and learning facilities. Of course, no high-brow district is complete without a healthy counter-culture: Midtown boasts some of the wildest street art and full-wall graffiti of any neighborhood in Toronto.
Companies make policies and their customers must comply or go elsewhere. Morton’s is a 5 minute walk from where I live. Food and service are good. When I am paying I will go to Morton’s. I would never cause the firing of an... More
Companies make policies and their customers must comply or go elsewhere. Morton’s is a 5 minute walk from where I live. Food and service are good. When I am paying I will go to Morton’s. I would never cause the firing of an aggressive server who only wants to please the customer of the company that may fire him. Whenever I have guests from out of town or business meetings where I am not sure who will pay, I never go to Morton’s. They can make policies and I can make my choices. Nobody gets fired. Too many good restaurants in Toronto.
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