Montauk Steakhouse Ibiza


The Ushuaïa Tower has created Montauk for anyone who is in search of an authentic steakhouse. Our chefs from around the world serve the finest Spanish aged beef, cooked over an open charcoal flame, as well as a host of elaborate delicacies, that will make meat lovers enjoy the very first dedicated steakhouse of the White Isle. In addition to picking their own cut of beef displayed on the climate-controlled “Cuts Gallery,” guests can choose their own knives from a very high tech selection. The concept focuses around semi-wild cattle reared in Angus and Kobe huts on the island, to ensure the meat produced is the best local hormone-free beef. The menu also includes other delicacies such as wild fish and delicious risottos, and mouth-watering desserts.

The immense wine cellar is the envy of even the savviest of connoisseurs. At the Montauk Cocktail Bar, rare spirits featuring rare Bourbons, dark spirits, and cocktail classics are served in true club style comfort. We invite you to discover and enjoy this ultimate experience in fine luxury dining. To the lovers of high quality cuisine, this is your restaurant!



Average price
60-100 € per person

  • Meat
  • Exclusive
  • Dinner
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