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“Great service!”

Morton's The Steak House
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Ranked #18 of 144 Restaurants in King of Prussia
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $0 - $60
Cuisines: American, Steakhouse
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Good for: Romantic, Business meetings, Special occasions, Large groups
Dining options: Dinner, Late Night, Full Bar, Parking Available, Private Dining, Reservations, Seating, Serves Alcohol, Valet Parking, Waitstaff, Wheelchair Accessible
Dining style: Fine Dining
Cross street: Wills Blvd. at Allendale Road
Description: Thank you for reserving at Morton's The Steakhouse - King of Prussia. We look forward to serving you. USDA prime-aged beef, succulent seafood, fine wines, chilled cocktails, decadent desserts, crisp white linens and exceptional service...Morton's serves The Best Steak Anywhere. For more than 30 years, Morton's is the steakhouse by which all others are measured. For special events, private dining Boardroom information, worldwide location listing, gift cards and online reservations, visit www.mortons.com.
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common_n_restaurant_reviews_1bd8 7 helpful votes
“Great service!”
Reviewed October 15, 2012

Host made us feel like old friends. The french onion soup is fabulous! Great food and service but expensive.

Visited October 2012
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Lansdale, Pennsylvania
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common_n_restaurant_reviews_1bd8 85 helpful votes
“No Longer the BEST”
Reviewed October 12, 2012

My wife & I are long time Morton fans. We actually make it a habit to watch major sporting events like the Super Bowl & the Masters at the bar with a nice long dinner. We typically go there almost once a month just to enjoy a great steak & great service. But no more--our recent visit this week was very disapointing. Under new ownership--it's obvious the quality of the steaks & lobster is just not the same. The filet was just what you might get at Outback & the lobster tail was mushy & I don't think it was cold water as advertised. The staff & service was still excellent but Mortons has now become nothing more than a Red Lobster with a white tablecloth. Our matre de Earl--we will miss you.

  • Visited October 2012
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Danbury, Connecticut
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common_n_restaurant_reviews_1bd8 86 helpful votes
“Way too expensive for a restaurant in a mall.”
Reviewed September 4, 2012

Morton’s is known for its steak (and high prices), so we were expecting great things from this restaurant, but it did not meet our expectations.

I think a big problem is that this restaurant is located in a mall. Granted, King of Prussia Mall is a wonderful mall and my favorite of all those we’ve visited, but walking into Morton’s through a hallway from the mall detracts from the experience for sure. We noticed a group of young people coming in for dinner and one of them had a t-shirt and baseball cap on. I was happy to see the maître d' pull the young man aside and whisper something in his ear which must have been to the effect of removing the cap and putting on a collared shirt because the young man left and returned sans cap wearing a button down dress shirt over his t-shirt. But, I can certainly see how people would not necessarily expect there to be a dress code based on its location.

The restaurant is dark, but we had some candlelight by which to read the menu. The first thing I noticed was the water glasses which were either dirty or terribly scratched up. We paid $230 for dinner that night for 2 people and we can’t even expect decent water glasses? The warm bread they served was good, but the bottom was burned and we had to use a steak knife to cut through the bottom. I don’t know if this is intentional, but the bread was good anyway.

Before going any further, I have to say that our server was excellent. She (Amy) was one of the best servers we’ve ever had anywhere. Pleasant. Professional. Attentive. An asset to the restaurant for sure. On to the food.

My husband had the crab cake (just 1) appetizer and although it was small and singular, he said it was the best crab cake he has ever had. I had the onion soup and I have to say I was very disappointed. It was bland and forgettable; not at all what I expected from Morton’s kitchen. For entrees, my husband had the New York Strip and I had the 6 oz. filet mignon with Bleu Cheese Butter on top (it was maybe 1 tablespoon). The filet mignon was excellent, but my husband wasn’t thrilled with his steak. It was unevenly cooked and quite fatty. Worth $57? I think not. We also shared a side of the ‘Parmesan & Truffle Matchstick Fries’ which were also disappointing. They’re basically shoestring fries with some seasoning and for $12, totally not worth it. I did opt for one of their warm desserts which had to be preordered at the time we ordered our entrees. It was a little annoying that even though we had ordered this upside apple pie dessert over an hour before, it still took a very long time to arrive at our table.

All in all, for $230 for 2 people - what a major disappointment. The service was excellent, but the location stinks and the food was not at all worth the prices paid. Maybe, we’ll give Morton’s another try in another city, but we definitely won’t be returning to the one at King of Prussia mall.

  • Visited September 2012
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King of Prussia, Pennsylvania
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common_n_restaurant_reviews_1bd8 10 helpful votes
“Expensive, but worth every penny”
Reviewed September 4, 2012

I used to frequent Morton's for their happy hour with my girlfriends when they used to give out complimentary filet sandwiches and $5 cosmos. They still have the filet sandwiches on their Bar Bites menu for $7, which I highly recommend!

My hubby and I recently dines here to celebrate our new jobs, move and marriage, and yes, it was expensive, but totally worth it. The staff goes out of their way to make you feel comfortable. Our waitress was great- she was very knowledgeable on the whole menu, and made recommendations based on what we were asking. She did not steer us wrong! The onion bread that they bring to the table is amazing, and hard not to fill up on before your meal.

We started with the Oysters Rockefeller, a dish I had never had before. They were good, though they were served on a bed of sea salt chunks. This would have been fine if I had not gotten a chunk in my first bite- it was obviously too salty for me! But my second bite was much better after I realized I needed to watch out for those chunks.

Hubby got the 5 peppercorn rubbed prime strip steak. It was huge, delicious and pre-cut. We have decided that next time we go we could split that steak. I got the Mixed grill that included the filet, shrimp and scallops. It was good- I enjoyed the shrimp and scallops more than the steak- it was a bit small and I should have asked for it medium rare instead of medium. I have had the center cut filet before on it's own and will probably stick to that next time. The steaks are so tender, you can literally cut them with a butter knife!

For sides we got the asparagus with balsamic and the au gratin potatoes. Both delish, but we couldn't finish the potatoes. Dessert was creme brulee for hubby and brulee cheesecake for me. Both were excellent.

We will definitely be returning to Morton's, but it will only be for special occasions since the price is a bit steep.

  • Visited June 2012
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Wisconsin, United States
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“Good food, good service”
Reviewed September 4, 2012

It's not easy to clean your plate AND have room for dessert, but at Morton's, you're willing to give it a shot! I enjoyed everything down to the last bite. The server was knowledgeable and offered advice based on our tastes. I had the surf and turf, which was a good value for an upscale steakhouse at $40. Our table split the mac n cheese, truffle fries and asparagus as a side - all three were great. I highly recommend the mac n cheese, but it's definitely for sharing - very rich. Overall, really a great experience. I'd recommend a visit to anyone looking to spend a little more for a great steak.

  • Visited August 2012
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