Morton's The Steakhouse

★★★★☆
  • 213 SW Clay Street

    Portland, OR 97201

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  • 503-248-2100

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New owners and the menu is different. No more table side presentations. Steaks are still great but the salad was not good. Lettuce was wilted and barely any bleu cheese but the hot chocolate cake was the same as before and delicious! I

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★★★★★

New owners and the menu is different. No more table side presentations. Steaks are still great but the salad was not good. Lettuce was wilted and barely any bleu cheese but the hot chocolate cake was the same as before and delicious! I

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My daughter and I ate here before the ballet at the Keller Auditorium. It was close and we love steak, so thought it a good choice. We loved the presentation of the food, however it was a little daunting not knowing the prices. We ordered

3
★★★★★

My daughter and I ate here before the ballet at the Keller Auditorium. It was close and we love steak, so thought it a good choice. We loved the presentation of the food, however it was a little daunting not knowing the prices. We ordered

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My husband and I went to spend some time together. We were readily greeted and taken to our seat. They were even so kind to offer me a black napkin as not to get lint on my all black outfit. Our server was very knowledgeable and gave us

3
★★★★★

My husband and I went to spend some time together. We were readily greeted and taken to our seat. They were even so kind to offer me a black napkin as not to get lint on my all black outfit. Our server was very knowledgeable and gave us

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I went to Morton's steak house because our hotel was close by and my daughter wanted to go into the Koin tower. When we arrived, we were greeted by friendly host and were seated soon after. The place was crowded so I figured that it was a good sign. We were seated close to the cooks which was fine with us because they were fun to chat with. The waitress first informed us of our drink options and I asked to see the menu. I was surpised that she gave me the drink menu which I found funny. She then came up to the table to give us a presentation of the different food options wich included holding up a potato and tomato and showing different cuts of meat which did look pretty good. My daughter is picky and they allowed her to order a burger which is normally served in the bar. After our presentation we finally saw the menu andI was shocked at the price...43.00 to 49.00 just for the steak. I have never been to a high end steak house and my husband wanted to leave at that time but we decided to stay just to see what the steak would taste like. We ended up getting one Porter house steak to split between the two of us and the salad to split. My daughter got her burger and fries. We also order two diet cokes. The salad was wonderful and easily fed two people. The steak was a good size and it tasted good . My husband enjoyed it, but I knew he really wanted a full steak to himself, but for 49.00 a steak, we just couldn't swing it. My daughter's burger was 15.00 and she liked it, but not the fries so my husband ate the fries as his side dish. I also want to add that the service was really good and they were very friendly. Here is my opinion of the evening. The steak tasted wonderful....not 50.00 wonderful, but still wonderful and for 50.00 it should come with soup, salad and potato at no aditional price. I think the ala cart thing is a ripoff. The desserts were way too expensive and I didn't think of ordering a cocktail. The total meal was 83.00 not including the tip for burger, fries, one steak, and one salad. Over all, I would say it was a good experience, but I don't have plans to go back again.

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★★★☆☆

I went to Morton's steak house because our hotel was close by and my daughter wanted to go into the Koin tower. When we arrived, we were greeted by friendly host and were seated soon after. The place was crowded so I figured that it was a good sign. We were seated close to the cooks which was fine with us because they were fun to chat with. The waitress first informed us of our drink options and I asked to see the menu. I was surpised that she gave me the drink menu which I found funny. She then came up to the table to give us a presentation of the different food options wich included holding up a potato and tomato and showing different cuts of meat which did look pretty good. My daughter is picky and they allowed her to order a burger which is normally served in the bar. After our presentation we finally saw the menu andI was shocked at the price...43.00 to 49.00 just for the steak. I have never been to a high end steak house and my husband wanted to leave at that time but we decided to stay just to see what the steak would taste like. We ended up getting one Porter house steak to split between the two of us and the salad to split. My daughter got her burger and fries. We also order two diet cokes. The salad was wonderful and easily fed two people. The steak was a good size and it tasted good . My husband enjoyed it, but I knew he really wanted a full steak to himself, but for 49.00 a steak, we just couldn't swing it. My daughter's burger was 15.00 and she liked it, but not the fries so my husband ate the fries as his side dish. I also want to add that the service was really good and they were very friendly. Here is my opinion of the evening. The steak tasted wonderful....not 50.00 wonderful, but still wonderful and for 50.00 it should come with soup, salad and potato at no aditional price. I think the ala cart thing is a ripoff. The desserts were way too expensive and I didn't think of ordering a cocktail. The total meal was 83.00 not including the tip for burger, fries, one steak, and one salad. Over all, I would say it was a good experience, but I don't have plans to go back again.

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My husband and I have been going here for years, both for business and for pleasure. We have experienced their catered, private dining and "regular" table service. The staff is always gracious and attentive. The food is consistently of high quality and prepared as requested. Yes, this is a national chain, but we are always made to feel welcome and special every time we go. The entrees are served ala carte, just share your sides and ask the salads to be served on split plates. They are happy to do this and the portions are generous. It is a "special night out" and has been worth it every time I've gone.

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★★★★★

My husband and I have been going here for years, both for business and for pleasure. We have experienced their catered, private dining and "regular" table service. The staff is always gracious and attentive. The food is consistently of high quality and prepared as requested. Yes, this is a national chain, but we are always made to feel welcome and special every time we go. The entrees are served ala carte, just share your sides and ask the salads to be served on split plates. They are happy to do this and the portions are generous. It is a "special night out" and has been worth it every time I've gone.

Pros: Attentive Service, great food

Cons: is expensive, but you get what you pay for

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I went to Morton's on a whim last week after a show at Keller Auditorium. Bad idea. I have never been to a restaurant that so reminded me of the tale "The Emperor's New Clothes". Let me preface this by saying that I have no problem paying premium prices for premium food. However, this is the most OVERPRICED FOOD I've ever encountered. DON'T FALL FOR IT! It's a joke! All of the meat choices are at least $40 and come a la carte. All of the samples of meat and fish are "presented", as they call it at Morton's, on a tray raw for your inspection. It is just plain tacky. All I wanted was a menu for me and a children's menu for my daughter. No luck on the children's menu. There is NOTHING special about the food. Nothing. It is average but they try and make you think it's special by saying it's "mid-western grain-fed" and charging outlandish prices. The potatoes are "hand-picked" our server informed us. I guess that's why they charge $8 for a baked potato. The woman who greeted us was wonderful as were the bus staff. Our server was very average and not very attentive, only helping us if he thought I was about to ask him for something. Do yourself a favor and go to HIGGINS or CARAFE which are right in the neighborhood, really unique, have great service and support the local farmers.

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★☆☆☆☆

I went to Morton's on a whim last week after a show at Keller Auditorium. Bad idea. I have never been to a restaurant that so reminded me of the tale "The Emperor's New Clothes". Let me preface this by saying that I have no problem paying premium prices for premium food. However, this is the most OVERPRICED FOOD I've ever encountered. DON'T FALL FOR IT! It's a joke! All of the meat choices are at least $40 and come a la carte. All of the samples of meat and fish are "presented", as they call it at Morton's, on a tray raw for your inspection. It is just plain tacky. All I wanted was a menu for me and a children's menu for my daughter. No luck on the children's menu. There is NOTHING special about the food. Nothing. It is average but they try and make you think it's special by saying it's "mid-western grain-fed" and charging outlandish prices. The potatoes are "hand-picked" our server informed us. I guess that's why they charge $8 for a baked potato. The woman who greeted us was wonderful as were the bus staff. Our server was very average and not very attentive, only helping us if he thought I was about to ask him for something. Do yourself a favor and go to HIGGINS or CARAFE which are right in the neighborhood, really unique, have great service and support the local farmers.

Pros: Good location.

Cons: AVERAGE FOOD and INCREDIBLY OVERPRICED!

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Morton's always meets my epectations. They consistently have a great selection of steaks to choose from. I always like the presentation beforehand, no mattter how many times I go. I like the KOIN Tower location, and highly recommend it to anyone looking for a upper crest steak house.

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★★★★★

Morton's always meets my epectations. They consistently have a great selection of steaks to choose from. I always like the presentation beforehand, no mattter how many times I go. I like the KOIN Tower location, and highly recommend it to anyone looking for a upper crest steak house.

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The food was OK. Our server was decent enough. I would not say that either was worth what we paid. Our bill for four was $404 and change. There was nothing over the top bad, just a lot of small 'stuff' that detracted from the whole. It should be a home run every time.

For $100 per person guest check average, details should be attended to. The maitre d' was in need of a shoe shine. Maybe not too important but certainly indicative of the attention to detail in this location. Two bread plates missing from the table. The maitre d' should have noticed. He did not and neither did the server. I had to reach accross to an empty table to get a bread plate. No butter knife. We had to use our large steak knife to butter the bread. The bread was not very good. The crust was, in my opinion, over cooked. The caesar salad was drenched in dressing and was nothing but the dark green outer leaves of the head. The lump crab cakes were salty. The mashed potatoes had the consistency of puree. The steak was good. No complaints there. Desserts at these prices should be made in the restaurant. Maybe they are but they looked and tasted like a frozen product.

Our server presented the check, we signed the receipts and he picked up the signed tab while we were still sitting at the table a few minutes later. Tacky at any level of dining.

The experience was not memorable for the right reasons.
I really wanted it to be good but I was disappointed. I should have looked at city search first. I wonder if Morton's knows what guests are writing? Out of 31 reviews, seven give this location one out of five stars and a total of 14 give three or fewer out of five. Many complaints about the lack of butter knives. GET SOME BREAD KNIVES!

Good Luck to anyone who tries this restaurant.

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★☆☆☆☆

The food was OK. Our server was decent enough. I would not say that either was worth what we paid. Our bill for four was $404 and change. There was nothing over the top bad, just a lot of small 'stuff' that detracted from the whole. It should be a home run every time.

For $100 per person guest check average, details should be attended to. The maitre d' was in need of a shoe shine. Maybe not too important but certainly indicative of the attention to detail in this location. Two bread plates missing from the table. The maitre d' should have noticed. He did not and neither did the server. I had to reach accross to an empty table to get a bread plate. No butter knife. We had to use our large steak knife to butter the bread. The bread was not very good. The crust was, in my opinion, over cooked. The caesar salad was drenched in dressing and was nothing but the dark green outer leaves of the head. The lump crab cakes were salty. The mashed potatoes had the consistency of puree. The steak was good. No complaints there. Desserts at these prices should be made in the restaurant. Maybe they are but they looked and tasted like a frozen product.

Our server presented the check, we signed the receipts and he picked up the signed tab while we were still sitting at the table a few minutes later. Tacky at any level of dining.

The experience was not memorable for the right reasons.
I really wanted it to be good but I was disappointed. I should have looked at city search first. I wonder if Morton's knows what guests are writing? Out of 31 reviews, seven give this location one out of five stars and a total of 14 give three or fewer out of five. Many complaints about the lack of butter knives. GET SOME BREAD KNIVES!

Good Luck to anyone who tries this restaurant.

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During my most recent visit, I found myself unimpressed. I agree with an earlier poster who complained that they lack appropriate silverware -- I do not understand why we are expected to use our steak knives to butter bread. Beyond that, however, the food was lackluster. I had their 5 onion soup (which is just a fancy way to say french onion). The bread in the soup was tough and hard to eat, and I didn't enjoy it at all. The french onion at Red Robin is far superior in quality and price. I also had their crabcakes, which were just terrible. I've never eaten such bland crab cakes before in my entire life. Furthermore, when the waitstaff boxed up my leftovers, they failed to include the mayosauce, so I didn't even have that to dip the bland crabcakes in later. Needless to say, I threw out $40 worth of food last night because I just couldn't make myself eat them (no matter how expensive they were). The cheesecake was moist and delicious, and my tablemates tell me the steak was great. Their Lyonisse potatoes were too salty, and something you could have ordered at Elmers. Overall, not worth the price. I will not be returning.

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★★☆☆☆

During my most recent visit, I found myself unimpressed. I agree with an earlier poster who complained that they lack appropriate silverware -- I do not understand why we are expected to use our steak knives to butter bread. Beyond that, however, the food was lackluster. I had their 5 onion soup (which is just a fancy way to say french onion). The bread in the soup was tough and hard to eat, and I didn't enjoy it at all. The french onion at Red Robin is far superior in quality and price. I also had their crabcakes, which were just terrible. I've never eaten such bland crab cakes before in my entire life. Furthermore, when the waitstaff boxed up my leftovers, they failed to include the mayosauce, so I didn't even have that to dip the bland crabcakes in later. Needless to say, I threw out $40 worth of food last night because I just couldn't make myself eat them (no matter how expensive they were). The cheesecake was moist and delicious, and my tablemates tell me the steak was great. Their Lyonisse potatoes were too salty, and something you could have ordered at Elmers. Overall, not worth the price. I will not be returning.

Pros: Great cheesecake and yummy lemon drop

Cons: Bland food and very expensive

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I'm a loyal Ruth's Chris fan, that's usually my spot when I want to drop a couple hundred and be spoiled. What drove me to Morton's were some rave reviews from friends.

My wife and I had a great evening. Overall the best experience at a steakhouse I've had period. The food was excellent, not the best steak I've had, but very, very good. Probably a 9 on a scale from 1-10. However, the best cheesecake I've had. It was to die for.

The service was absolutely top notch and as my wife put it, we need to go back for the ambience.

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★★★★☆

I'm a loyal Ruth's Chris fan, that's usually my spot when I want to drop a couple hundred and be spoiled. What drove me to Morton's were some rave reviews from friends.

My wife and I had a great evening. Overall the best experience at a steakhouse I've had period. The food was excellent, not the best steak I've had, but very, very good. Probably a 9 on a scale from 1-10. However, the best cheesecake I've had. It was to die for.

The service was absolutely top notch and as my wife put it, we need to go back for the ambience.

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The service is personalized and outstanding in every way. The steaks are excellent. OK, the live lobster on the tray was a bit over the top. The price is high, but for the quality in the cuts of beef and the unbeatable taste, it's worth the extravagance. Be sure to share the sides, they are huge.

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★★★★★

The service is personalized and outstanding in every way. The steaks are excellent. OK, the live lobster on the tray was a bit over the top. The price is high, but for the quality in the cuts of beef and the unbeatable taste, it's worth the extravagance. Be sure to share the sides, they are huge.

Pros: steaks, service, comfortable ambience

Cons: pricey, over-priced wines

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Was rewarded at work with dinner for 2 at Morton's. Took my wife and not that impressed with the food, except for the salads and the desert. Huge portions but way over priced at dinner for two for $140. Steaks were just OK and the wine was extremely expensive at over $10 per glass. The only way I would go back would be for the company to pay for it and I would actually like to be rewarded a different place. Morton's is over-rated and over-priced. Atmosphere is not that good either. Because there are a lot of loud large group business people dining there, we did not find it warm and romantic either, kind of felt like I was in Las Vegas convention with loud drunk groups, very distracking when I wanted to concentrate on my meal and my wife. Waiters seem pre-occupied with the other larger groups and were very slow.

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★☆☆☆☆

Was rewarded at work with dinner for 2 at Morton's. Took my wife and not that impressed with the food, except for the salads and the desert. Huge portions but way over priced at dinner for two for $140. Steaks were just OK and the wine was extremely expensive at over $10 per glass. The only way I would go back would be for the company to pay for it and I would actually like to be rewarded a different place. Morton's is over-rated and over-priced. Atmosphere is not that good either. Because there are a lot of loud large group business people dining there, we did not find it warm and romantic either, kind of felt like I was in Las Vegas convention with loud drunk groups, very distracking when I wanted to concentrate on my meal and my wife. Waiters seem pre-occupied with the other larger groups and were very slow.

Pros: Salads and Desserts

Cons: Slow Service, Average Steak, Very Expensive, Noisy Atmosphere

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This is a great place to have a wonderful meal. They bring the fresh cuts of steaks to your table so you can see what you want. The service has always been very classy and it's a great place to unwind.

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★★★★☆

This is a great place to have a wonderful meal. They bring the fresh cuts of steaks to your table so you can see what you want. The service has always been very classy and it's a great place to unwind.

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I said it before. If they did not make decent crab cakes, and the lobster tail was not so big, I would not ever eat here. Heck last week the could net even keep the plates clear. POOR service. The steaks are not even worth ordering, the are poor, looks like it came from The Outback, getting the picture. Lobster here is $55.00, Crab cakes $11.00 ea, Baked Potato $8.00, Molten Lava cake for 1 $11.00, double cut steak $44.00, salad $11.00. I do not mind paying for a meal, no matter what they charge if the service is comparable to the price I am paying. Considering the service is the pits everything should about half price to free depending on how well they do on a given night. Sometimes it is real bad. Lets say I have eated here a few times. Those dang crab cakes.

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★★☆☆☆

I said it before. If they did not make decent crab cakes, and the lobster tail was not so big, I would not ever eat here. Heck last week the could net even keep the plates clear. POOR service. The steaks are not even worth ordering, the are poor, looks like it came from The Outback, getting the picture. Lobster here is $55.00, Crab cakes $11.00 ea, Baked Potato $8.00, Molten Lava cake for 1 $11.00, double cut steak $44.00, salad $11.00. I do not mind paying for a meal, no matter what they charge if the service is comparable to the price I am paying. Considering the service is the pits everything should about half price to free depending on how well they do on a given night. Sometimes it is real bad. Lets say I have eated here a few times. Those dang crab cakes.

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I was not impressed on my initial visit to Morton's yesterday evening for my husband's birthday. First off, we had to wait close to 10 minutes for the Maitre'D to be located so we could be seated. When he finally took us to our table, he did not even bother to push in my chair for me, which I found rude. On the other hand, our waiter was kind and apologized for the delay in seating us - something the Maitre'D hadn't even acknowledged. When they brought us our bread, I noticed that not only we, but everyone else lacked bread and butter knives. Everyone was using their steak knife to slice and butter the bread, which I found odd. When they brought us our crabcake appetizer (which was good), once again, they failed to furnish the proper utensils (this time appetizer forks) as well. The steaks were good, but I've had better steaks and much better service at Ruth's Chris and Shula's. The highly recommended chocolate velvet cake was bland. I've had better cake at several, smaller restaurants. Overall, our experience at Morton's was poor. The slightly above average food did not make up for the lack of service we received. For a dinner that cost us $200 for two people, I would have expected better service and at least the proper utensils to eat my food with. Ruth's Chris has better cuts of steak prepared in the same way as Morton's (broiled in butter), and great service on the multiple times we've been there. Shula's also had excellent cuts of steak (not broiled in butter, however) and excellent service. We have not tried El Gaucho yet, but it is next on our list.

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★☆☆☆☆

I was not impressed on my initial visit to Morton's yesterday evening for my husband's birthday. First off, we had to wait close to 10 minutes for the Maitre'D to be located so we could be seated. When he finally took us to our table, he did not even bother to push in my chair for me, which I found rude. On the other hand, our waiter was kind and apologized for the delay in seating us - something the Maitre'D hadn't even acknowledged. When they brought us our bread, I noticed that not only we, but everyone else lacked bread and butter knives. Everyone was using their steak knife to slice and butter the bread, which I found odd. When they brought us our crabcake appetizer (which was good), once again, they failed to furnish the proper utensils (this time appetizer forks) as well. The steaks were good, but I've had better steaks and much better service at Ruth's Chris and Shula's. The highly recommended chocolate velvet cake was bland. I've had better cake at several, smaller restaurants. Overall, our experience at Morton's was poor. The slightly above average food did not make up for the lack of service we received. For a dinner that cost us $200 for two people, I would have expected better service and at least the proper utensils to eat my food with. Ruth's Chris has better cuts of steak prepared in the same way as Morton's (broiled in butter), and great service on the multiple times we've been there. Shula's also had excellent cuts of steak (not broiled in butter, however) and excellent service. We have not tried El Gaucho yet, but it is next on our list.

Pros: Crabcake appetizer

Cons: Service (Maitre'D), lack of proper dining utensils

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Best service ever, anywhere. We had five people serving our entrees (four at the table). Worth the price - we frequent Morton's for the service.

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★★★★★

Best service ever, anywhere. We had five people serving our entrees (four at the table). Worth the price - we frequent Morton's for the service.

Pros: Service, Food, Desire for Perfection

Cons: Not cheap, but you do get what you pay for.

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I have been to plenty of wonderful steakhouses, and Morton's didn't quite make the mark. The steak was very good for a steakhouse, but not great. The service by the waitress and server were wonderful and they attempted to cater to your needs. I would say that I have been to other great steakhouses in Portland and Seattle and this experience was Average.

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★★★☆☆

I have been to plenty of wonderful steakhouses, and Morton's didn't quite make the mark. The steak was very good for a steakhouse, but not great. The service by the waitress and server were wonderful and they attempted to cater to your needs. I would say that I have been to other great steakhouses in Portland and Seattle and this experience was Average.

Pros: Service, Attention to Detail

Cons: Could have been better steak

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I took my husband to dinner with friends for his birthday on December 30th and what a disappointment. While the service was impeccable, the filets for the price should have been a center cut, but instead it was an end cut with a lot of gristle. When we mentioned this to the manager that we were disappointed, he seemed to be very proud of the fact that they were using all of the filet including the tail.

The Steak Diane was mediocre. It was a full cut filet, not butterflied, which didn't allow for the flavors to permeate through the meat.

The Lobster Bisque and Lobster Cocktail were out this world, as was soufles.

I don't think I would go back again, although we have been there other times and the food was superior; but we haven't had filets or Steak Diane before.

Frankly, we have better filets for much less at "average" restaurants, not "steakhouses".

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★★★☆☆

I took my husband to dinner with friends for his birthday on December 30th and what a disappointment. While the service was impeccable, the filets for the price should have been a center cut, but instead it was an end cut with a lot of gristle. When we mentioned this to the manager that we were disappointed, he seemed to be very proud of the fact that they were using all of the filet including the tail.

The Steak Diane was mediocre. It was a full cut filet, not butterflied, which didn't allow for the flavors to permeate through the meat.

The Lobster Bisque and Lobster Cocktail were out this world, as was soufles.

I don't think I would go back again, although we have been there other times and the food was superior; but we haven't had filets or Steak Diane before.

Frankly, we have better filets for much less at "average" restaurants, not "steakhouses".

Pros: Lobster Cocktail, Lobster Bisque, and service are OUTSTANDING

Cons: FILET AND STEAK DIANE WERE UNACCEPTABLE AND THEY DIDN'T SEEM TO CARE

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We were there on a Monday, the service was slow, the place was loud. Really bad accoustics, not romantic when it is that loud. Food was not that good and it cost us $150 for 2, we can do better at other Portland restaurants. We were offered free after dinner drinks by the Matre' D but we were too full to accept them. Maybe the regular staff is off on Monday's but no excuse for poor service and food.

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★☆☆☆☆

We were there on a Monday, the service was slow, the place was loud. Really bad accoustics, not romantic when it is that loud. Food was not that good and it cost us $150 for 2, we can do better at other Portland restaurants. We were offered free after dinner drinks by the Matre' D but we were too full to accept them. Maybe the regular staff is off on Monday's but no excuse for poor service and food.

Pros: Good desert

Cons: Average Steaks

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Went to Morton's for my wife's birthday. The wine at $11 per glass was excellent. The salads and grilled asparagus were excellent. Both steaks, Steak Diane (tenderloin) and Steak Oskar were very disappointing. We could have done better on our own bbq with steaks from a local discount chain. The hollandaise on the Steak Oskar was horrible, tasted like wallpaper paste, tasteless. The chocolate cake desert was excellent. For 2 salads, 2 small tenerloins, 2 glasses of wine, 1 vegetable (6 asparagus speers we split), and a desert we split, we paid $168 (including tip). The service at times was slow, not very attentive because they had a large business group in the table next to us, very loud admosphere. For $168 I would have expected gourmet mouth watering food and exceptional service, both were below average. Will not go back.

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★☆☆☆☆

Went to Morton's for my wife's birthday. The wine at $11 per glass was excellent. The salads and grilled asparagus were excellent. Both steaks, Steak Diane (tenderloin) and Steak Oskar were very disappointing. We could have done better on our own bbq with steaks from a local discount chain. The hollandaise on the Steak Oskar was horrible, tasted like wallpaper paste, tasteless. The chocolate cake desert was excellent. For 2 salads, 2 small tenerloins, 2 glasses of wine, 1 vegetable (6 asparagus speers we split), and a desert we split, we paid $168 (including tip). The service at times was slow, not very attentive because they had a large business group in the table next to us, very loud admosphere. For $168 I would have expected gourmet mouth watering food and exceptional service, both were below average. Will not go back.

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My husband and I went to Mortons not knowing what to expect...we were blown away! We love to dine out and have eaten many amazing meals, but Mortons was one of the best! I had the lobster and it was awesome! We will be back soon!

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★★★★★

My husband and I went to Mortons not knowing what to expect...we were blown away! We love to dine out and have eaten many amazing meals, but Mortons was one of the best! I had the lobster and it was awesome! We will be back soon!

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Morton's pleases again... detailed service and a friendly waitperson made us feel just fine to hang out for a couple of hours without being rushed. Wine list is extensive and the sales manager dropped by personally to go over some of his favorites. Expensive but worth it... recommend this place highly~

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★★★★☆

Morton's pleases again... detailed service and a friendly waitperson made us feel just fine to hang out for a couple of hours without being rushed. Wine list is extensive and the sales manager dropped by personally to go over some of his favorites. Expensive but worth it... recommend this place highly~

Pros: Detailed Service, Friendly Staff

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This place is for people that don't know what good food tastes like. The portions are big, but the quality is poor. I want food to melt in my mouth if I am paying $40 a la carte. The service was fine, but the waitress didn't want to give us our menu's until she did her full presentation. To make a server present raw food to each table is just plain odd. It was unusually corny and extremely tacky. We had a gift certificate or else I would have never paid for such a mediocre, overprice meal. I wouldn't go in the future because the crab cakes were bland and overcooked. The steak was done nicely, but it was far from the best steak I have tried.

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★☆☆☆☆

This place is for people that don't know what good food tastes like. The portions are big, but the quality is poor. I want food to melt in my mouth if I am paying $40 a la carte. The service was fine, but the waitress didn't want to give us our menu's until she did her full presentation. To make a server present raw food to each table is just plain odd. It was unusually corny and extremely tacky. We had a gift certificate or else I would have never paid for such a mediocre, overprice meal. I wouldn't go in the future because the crab cakes were bland and overcooked. The steak was done nicely, but it was far from the best steak I have tried.

Pros: Ambiance

Cons: Bland food

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The food and service was wonderful. The valet guys were downright weird. We parked in a city spot early on a Sunday with the restaurant more than half empty. Part way through our pre-dinner drinks the valet parking guy came to our table and insisted he had to move our car. We gave him the key, but wondered whya valet should move a car in public parking place. When we left, our car was in front of the restaurant (about 30 feet from where we originionally parked it, that slot remained empty). We thanked the valet guy and offered him a tip. He took the tip and then requested a $7 valet fixed fee. So we paid. It wasn't about the money - it was more about what felt like a scam.

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★★★☆☆

The food and service was wonderful. The valet guys were downright weird. We parked in a city spot early on a Sunday with the restaurant more than half empty. Part way through our pre-dinner drinks the valet parking guy came to our table and insisted he had to move our car. We gave him the key, but wondered whya valet should move a car in public parking place. When we left, our car was in front of the restaurant (about 30 feet from where we originionally parked it, that slot remained empty). We thanked the valet guy and offered him a tip. He took the tip and then requested a $7 valet fixed fee. So we paid. It wasn't about the money - it was more about what felt like a scam.

Pros: Good Food, Excellent service

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The Best Morton's out of three I've been to (Portland, Seattle and Vancouver, B.C.). Others are fine too. Their manager came over to greet us and offered a round of drinks on the house, waiter was available exactly when we needed him, etc. Strongly recommend this place.

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★★★★★

The Best Morton's out of three I've been to (Portland, Seattle and Vancouver, B.C.). Others are fine too. Their manager came over to greet us and offered a round of drinks on the house, waiter was available exactly when we needed him, etc. Strongly recommend this place.

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Don't be lisguided by a low review you might see on this page. Morton's was first calss all the way-- a great place to go before the show (like we did) and a great meal with wonderful service. The shrimp Alexander are great as are the steaks and prime rib.

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★★★★★

Don't be lisguided by a low review you might see on this page. Morton's was first calss all the way-- a great place to go before the show (like we did) and a great meal with wonderful service. The shrimp Alexander are great as are the steaks and prime rib.

Pros: classy, great service, great food

Cons: expensive

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This steakhouse is intended to be loud, crowded and expensive. It is perfect. It sounds to me like a lot of reviewers need to find out what medium rare is vs. medium. The service should not be based on the delivery of the food, but the attentiveness of your two waiters. When I go to Morton's I plan on spending at least 1 1/2 hours there. I think the low reviews may be a problem with your company holding a conversation for an hour and a half. Have a Manhattan and relax.

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★★★★★

This steakhouse is intended to be loud, crowded and expensive. It is perfect. It sounds to me like a lot of reviewers need to find out what medium rare is vs. medium. The service should not be based on the delivery of the food, but the attentiveness of your two waiters. When I go to Morton's I plan on spending at least 1 1/2 hours there. I think the low reviews may be a problem with your company holding a conversation for an hour and a half. Have a Manhattan and relax.

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My wife and I had the worst steak in the last 20 years. It was the first time had had eaten at Morton's. I got a gift certificate for christmas from a friend and so we had a christmas time steak dinner. It must a have been an off night for the cook because it was way over cooked and the second steak that came was also over cooked. Sorry but this is the truth.

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★☆☆☆☆

My wife and I had the worst steak in the last 20 years. It was the first time had had eaten at Morton's. I got a gift certificate for christmas from a friend and so we had a christmas time steak dinner. It must a have been an off night for the cook because it was way over cooked and the second steak that came was also over cooked. Sorry but this is the truth.

Pros: nice setting

Cons: bad food

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I made it a quest to visit as many of America's top steak houses as possible, Mortons ranks in the very upper echelon. Favorites are The Cajun Ribeye and the house version of the New York Strip. Their Filet Oscar was the only one that wasn't up to par. The sides are where they shine: Hash browns, potato Lyonaise, creamed and sautéed spinach, and wild mushrooms are highly recommended. Pass on the chocolate soufflé, as it's all egg and little chocolate, but go for the Godiva chocolate cake. The bread is wonderful, and so is the service. Those who complain spending so much for a steak: don't have steak.

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★★★★★

I made it a quest to visit as many of America's top steak houses as possible, Mortons ranks in the very upper echelon. Favorites are The Cajun Ribeye and the house version of the New York Strip. Their Filet Oscar was the only one that wasn't up to par. The sides are where they shine: Hash browns, potato Lyonaise, creamed and sautéed spinach, and wild mushrooms are highly recommended. Pass on the chocolate soufflé, as it's all egg and little chocolate, but go for the Godiva chocolate cake. The bread is wonderful, and so is the service. Those who complain spending so much for a steak: don't have steak.

Pros: Cajun ribeye, Godiva cake, potato sides

Cons: Steak Oscar, chocolate souffle

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So much to say, so little space. This is the best place I have ever been for steak. The portions are enormous. Has a very cozy atmosphere, very romantic! I would deffinately recommend for an anniversary dinner or proposing

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★★★★★

So much to say, so little space. This is the best place I have ever been for steak. The portions are enormous. Has a very cozy atmosphere, very romantic! I would deffinately recommend for an anniversary dinner or proposing

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bring money and get real full , the meat is awsume and the portions are very large we love this place.

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★★★★☆

bring money and get real full , the meat is awsume and the portions are very large we love this place.

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MORTONS CONTINUES TO BE MY FAVORITE PLACE FOR STEAK. WE ARRIVE EARLY FOR A COCKTAIL AND A CIGAR IN THE LOUNGE. WE THEN GO TO THE RESTAURANT FOR THE YUMMIEST FILET MIGNON (MY FAVORITE...MY HUSBAND ALWAYS GETS FISH OR CHICKEN) IN PORTLAND. THE CREAMED SPINACH IS THE BEST!!! WE NEVER HAVE ROOM FOR ALL THAT WE ORDER BECAUSE THE PORTIONS ARE HUGE. ONE ORDER OF SPINACH IS PLENTY FOR BOTH OF US, PLUS!!! GO TO MORTONS AND HAVE A GREAT TIME. WE ONLY GET THERE EVERY ONCE IN A WHILE...SO I WISH WE COULD COME WITH YOU!!!!!

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★★★★★

MORTONS CONTINUES TO BE MY FAVORITE PLACE FOR STEAK. WE ARRIVE EARLY FOR A COCKTAIL AND A CIGAR IN THE LOUNGE. WE THEN GO TO THE RESTAURANT FOR THE YUMMIEST FILET MIGNON (MY FAVORITE...MY HUSBAND ALWAYS GETS FISH OR CHICKEN) IN PORTLAND. THE CREAMED SPINACH IS THE BEST!!! WE NEVER HAVE ROOM FOR ALL THAT WE ORDER BECAUSE THE PORTIONS ARE HUGE. ONE ORDER OF SPINACH IS PLENTY FOR BOTH OF US, PLUS!!! GO TO MORTONS AND HAVE A GREAT TIME. WE ONLY GET THERE EVERY ONCE IN A WHILE...SO I WISH WE COULD COME WITH YOU!!!!!

Pros: STEAK!!!!, CREAMED SPINACH, CIGAR BAR!!!!

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My boyfriend and I visited Morton's recently and were not disappointed. It was the best steak I've ever had in my life... and I grew up in beef country with steakhouses on every corner. Great food, exceptional service. It's expensive but the quality is fantastic. Of course, when we went, it was a "present" from my boyfriend's employer so we enjoyed it even more!

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★★★★★

My boyfriend and I visited Morton's recently and were not disappointed. It was the best steak I've ever had in my life... and I grew up in beef country with steakhouses on every corner. Great food, exceptional service. It's expensive but the quality is fantastic. Of course, when we went, it was a "present" from my boyfriend's employer so we enjoyed it even more!

Message from Morton's The Steakhouse

What began in Chicago in 1978 is now one of the most award-winning steakhouses around. For over 30 years, Morton's The Steakhouse has been on a mission to provide "The Best Steak… Anywhere." Focusing on quality, consistency and genuine hospitality, Morton's seeks to provide not only memorable cuisine, but a memorable experience. With fresh, succulent seafood and famed USDA prime-aged steak, it's no surprise that Morton's has thrilled diners all over the world. For a glimpse of a higher standard of steakhouse, come see the legendary Morton's experience for yourself.

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