Midwest Living Review
Diners are definitely not starved for choice at Montana Mike's. There’s lots of seating and tables turn over quickly, which makes for short wait times even on busy weekend nights. Waitstaff is friendly and keep the mood jovial throughout the meal. Along with plenty of beer and wine, Mike's has a full well to draw from in its Big Sky bar area. All dinners start with buttery rolls, and specials change seasonally.
Deciding what to order can take some time because there are plenty of options. Steaks are front and center, and Mike's carries the full range of cuts—sirloin, ribeye, filet, porterhouse and T-bone, even prime rib on the weekends (prices from $9.99 to $23.99). Add-ons and toppers are available with every steak for a few extra bucks, including fried or grilled shrimp, sautéed mushrooms, horseradish, onions and peppers. The glazed salmon ($13.99) was nicely cooked and tasty once we scraped off the too-strong seasoning on top, and side veggies maintained an al dente bite.
A few salad options take in buffalo chicken, garden house, chicken Caesar and chicken tostada; seafood, pasta and sandwiches round out the choices (most in the $9 to $14 range).