August 2018 by ivorbenjamin
Had a business meeting at the Morton’s in Dallas. Great ambience. Great service. Tender filet Mignon prepared just right. Wonderful wine at a reasonable price point. Asparagus spears that were flavorful and not overdone. Would definitely come back if in town again. Great meal.
August 2018 by AppleStud
The seating is very relaxing and it's a quieter seating. The food is large portioned and great tasting--I always get a filet or filet combo. Service is nice and they take care of us well--we do come periodically. ONLY issue is it's on the very high end of pricing for Dallas steakhouses but we keep coming back so it says something.They have valet in case you can't find the parking around the corner.
July 2018 by RKALB
a little prices-er then i hoped it would be the steak was very good but cetainly NOT the best I have ever tasted
June 2018 by MsTish42
I made reservations for my birthday here. My friend cancelled and I almost cancelled my reservation but glad I didn't. From the time I was seated until I left service was impeccable. I love the complimentary dessert for my birthday topped it off. My grill special, my cocktail and dessert was all on point. I will celebrate milestones here.
May 2018 by Kevin Nickel
The food was not bad. With that being said, Morton’s is to Ruth Chris, as North Korea is to the United States. The steak had great flavor, but the texture of something from the kitchen of a carelessly franchised Outback Steakhouse
I started with the baked escargot, and it left me longing for the proporley seasoned buttery dish that can easily be found d at your neighborhood Ruth or Capital. The bread was perfectly crisp on the outside, with a warm soft center, but tast d heavily of oats; similar to horse foods. The potatoes au gratin were cut too thick, lacked salt, and were heavily coated in herbs....to the point it became bitter. In conclusion, the DFW area has options..... for would suggest this isn’t one of them.