Morton's of Chicago

Price guide: Expensive

4th Floor, Sheraton Hotel, 20 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong

Price guide: Expensive

Morton's

By Ed Peters, your Hong Kong expert

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#20 of 40
expert-rated restaurants in Hong Kong
Expert overall rating:4.1 out of 5
Food and drink:
4.2
4.2
Ambience:
4.4
4.4
Service:
4.4
4.4
Location:
4.4
4.4
Value for money:
4.1
4.1
Recommended for:
Business travellers, Foodies, Great views / scenery, Shopping

Expert review of Morton's of Chicago

If you're a Morton's fan - you know what to expect. If not - what took you so long?

Steak isn't what you'd automatically associate with Hong Kong cuisine, but you're missing out if you don't make room for at least one Morton's dinner while you're here.

Food and drink: 

Yes, there's lamb, and yes there's salmon, but it's cow that you come here for. There are very few farms in Hong Kong, so expect jet-fresh and premium quality steak, in all its many varied forms. There are gargantuan portions, as you probably know.

Ambience: 

While the atmosphere is overwhelmingly formal, the emphasis - as it rightly should be - is on enjoying some really good food.

Service: 

Manager Steve McCrimmon has been looking after Morton's for some time, and runs a tight ship. Staff certainly know their (steak and) onions.

Location: 

Part of the Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers, but under its own management, with classy views out over the harbour.

Price advice: 

Allow HK$1,000 per head as a rule-of-tum.

Tables to book: 

Ask for a harbour view when you call to reserve; you can also eat up at the bar, but this is really only for snacking.

More information on Morton's of Chicago:

Price guide:
Expensive
Type:
Bar, Restaurant
Food:
American, Steak
Address:
4th Floor, Sheraton Hotel, 20 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong
Telephone:
2732 2343
Website:
http://www.mortons.com/hongkong
Serves:
Dinner
Opening times:
Mon-Sat 5-11pm, Sun 5-10pm.
Accepts Credit Cards:
Yes
Reservations:
Essential at peak times

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