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.
While the atmosphere is overwhelmingly formal, the emphasis - as it rightly should be - is on enjoying some really good food.
Manager Steve McCrimmon has been looking after Morton's for some time, and runs a tight ship. Staff certainly know their (steak and) onions.
Part of the [node:169329], but under its own management, with classy views out over the harbour.
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.
- Business travellers
- Great views / scenery