The Mighty Quinn is located in Tuart Hill/Yokine suburb, and is one of those typical taverns/pubs - restaurant at the front, sports bar with huge tv screens at the back. I felt like I've stepped into a rodeo though, because the whole place was very much like the pubs you would see in a Clint Eastwood Western movie. Wooden chairs, tables and cuffed parquetry floor, extraordinarily long bar and stage in the middle.
The stage in the middle of the main dining area, resulted in the band playing very loudly (and it really doesn't help that the wooden floors and the layout of the place causes the walls to vibrate and echo). We were fortunate enough, however, to be away from the main dining area and was placed in a corner of another room (which allowed us to talk, otherwise we would have been screaming at each other, even though we were only 30cm away).
The food? it was very satisfying, hearty and value for money. The taste? it's not something that would make your tastebud swoon, after all it's not fine dining, but it has its charm and wasn't too bad at all. I can tell you that I wasn't hungry until late the next day.
Chicken wrapped in filo pastry with prawns and greens
Porterhouse steak with mushroom sauce, mash potatoes and side of salad
- there was two rather generous portions of steak, I found the mushroom sauce to be a little salty though
Overall, a pleasant experience and definately not as borgan as I imagined.