Moom Ibiza It is a unique restaurant in its essence. Born of the experience, effort and love and is destined to become one of the fashionable places on the island.
A space in which the ancient and modern decoration they merge giving it a striking and elegant touch at the same time. A restaurant where you want to extend your visit without paying attention to the clock and where, sometimes, you will find exhibitions of various artists.
Their menu is just as special as the local itself. A varied menu composed surprising flavors. A Mediterranean where you can find from Homemade wonton, a salmon tataki or meats as tasty as the prime rib Black Angus.
The caps They are also not missing at Moom Ibiza, but not as you knew them until now. Any recipe is made from a current point of view, with time and great care. So, their Patatas bravas are turned by hand and their croquettes are stuffed with octopus cooked with citronella.
Winks to French gastronomy are also very present. He foie gras or oysters of high quality are another classic in its menu, as well as French desserts. Manu, owner of Moom Ibiza, is a pastry chef and gives a good account of it here. Its sweets are a temptation that you can hardly resist.
Combining any of its proposals with one of its great wines is always a great idea. its wine cellar has some of the most important references of Spain, France and the New World.
Any of your two terraces They are perfect to enjoy the night enjoying one of their signature cocktails. Andreas and Salva, owners of the Chidas Bar, have created an amazing letter. In Moom you will rediscover combinations such as the famous Bloody Mary, which is prepared here with vodka macerated with white truffle.
Book your table Moom Ibiza and let yourself be carried away by a cool, fun and friendly atmosphere while enjoying intense flavors that you will not be able to forget.
You can't miss the octopus with Kalamata olive tapenade and potato foam or the Black Cod confit with Asian mushrooms and celery root cream. For dessert, lemon cream with meringue, vanilla pastry cream strudel and salted butter caramel. From his cocktail list we stick with Bloody Mary.
Saturdays and Sundays from 20 p.m. to 1 a.m. From Tuesday to Friday also at noon.
How to get there
It is located on the pedestrian street that leads to the Plaza del Parque that is parallel to Vara de Rey. It has two entrances: one on the same street and the other on the road that leads to the wall.