Found at the entrance to M&A laneway, Mighty Mighty Cue & Brew is a meat-eater and whiskey-drinker’s mecca.
If you’re vegetarian or delicate of diet, Mighty Mighty Cue & Brew isn’t your type of venue. This cowboy saloon is focused on Southern-style meats and smokehouse cuisine, paired with some serious craft brews.
The American-barbecue classic menu was forged by executive chef Adam Herbert, where prime cuts of meat are prepared in smoking ovens imported from the US. Expect the likes of:
Mighty Mighty smoked beef brisket: rubbed, smoked & mopped with molasses barbecue sauce, potato, bacon & chive salad with pickle.
Unpulled pork: pork boston butt, charred chickory and apple with Carolina style barbecue sauce.
Smoked barramundi & clam chowder: house-smoked barramundi, clams, celeriac and spiced soup.
Pepper smoked half chicken: pepper rubbed, smoked and charred chicken with radish, fennel, watercress and pickled white grape.
Barbecue beef short rib: smoked and glazed with potato gaufrette, can be gluten free.
King prawn jambalaya: Louisana style rice, smoked Andouille sausage and fried peppers.
Warm chocolate brownie: white chocolate cream with bourbon & cola chocolate sauce.
Key lime pie: lime crust, candied lime foam and caramelised milk cream.
To match the Southern-style menu, Mighty Mighty boasts an extensive American craft beer and aged whiskey list, with a daily special brew also on offer.
A giant pixelated cowboy shrouds the American-indulgent diner, because as the name suggests, bigger-is-better at Mighty Mighty.