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Morton's

Description

There is only one steak house on this list because, heinously expensive as great steak always is, Morton’s is the best value for money. Perfectly cooked hunks of spectacular aged beef go down like honey. Thick hunks of meat are red, juicy, full of marbling, beautifully seasoned and cooked, and loaded with flavour. It’s enough to make the staunchest vegetarian reconsider. And we don’t mind that they’ve stopped bringing the cart of raw food to show you. Starters are irrelevant, sides don’t matter, though the parmesan truffle frites have great depth of flavour — and could be perfect if the oil was hotter, which would prevent grease from seeping so far in to the frites. Morton’s has slipped a few places down the list because the service is less attentive than it used to be. For my +$50 steak, treat me like a princess please. If you’re pinched, ask for the “special” that’s not on the menu: $67.50 for a salad, a six-ounce filet with a side and desert.

This Year's Rank
87
Last Year's Rank
84
Address
4 Avenue Road
City
Toronto
Province
Ontario
Postal Code
M5R 2E8
Neighbourhood
Yorkville
Phone
416-925-0648
URL
http://www.mortons.com/toronto
Hours
Monday to Friday 5 pm-11 pm, Saturday 5p.m. - 11: p.m. Sunday 5 pm-10 pm
Cuisine
Steakhouse
Price Range
150
Cost
$150.00
Chef Name
Sean Simons
Year Opened
1998
Reservations
Recommended
Meals
Dinner
Vegetarian Friendly
no
Vegetarian Friendly
Can accommodate
Signature Dish
Porterhouse steak
Signature Dessert
Morton's legendary hot chocolate cake
Credit Cards Accepted
All cards accepted
Bring Your Own Bottle
yes
Bring Your Own Bottle
Yes
Wines Available
15
Corkage Fee
$30
Sommelier
Yes
Winterlicious/Summerlicious Participant
No
Private Party Areas
2
Wheelchair Accessible - Filter
Yes
Wheelchair Accessible
Yes
Patio
no
Patio
No
Dress Code
Business casual
Closest Automated Banker Machine
In Park Hyatt
Closest Parking
Side streets nearby
Latitude
43.668871
Longitude
-79.394301
Brunch
no
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