Wow! It's been almost half a year since I last posted and I am truly very very sorry about that. There are no excuses. Delicious food does not wait for anybody and I had promised to be the bearer of food news. My apologies, please forgive me. Luckily for you I've got quite a back log of food posts just waiting to be posted so without further ado, let's move on!
Paramount Coffee Project was one of those places which burst onto the brunch scene with overwhelming popularity a few years ago and it seems that the force is still going strong. My church is just around the corner from the busy cafe and it seems like every time we drive past, there are small crowds just antsy to get in. My group of three decided to hit the urban/industrial/chic brunch spot on a Sunday morning and were seated outside among the share tables.
Before you even walk in, you will notice the famous high ceilings are and how much light there is inside. It feels and looks incredibly spacious with the white, timber and stone accents. The random plants also provide a spot of nature inside the old art deco building. The menu is decently sized with enough options to keep you deliberating over for a good fifteen minutes. Drinks are also on point - they're known for their coffee and their rotation of beans and roasters every four to six weeks so order the coffee if you love coffee! Long-time readers will know that I am not a coffee drinker so I opted for the delicious-sounding nutella and pistachio milkshake instead.
|Green Salsa & Kale Baked Eggs with Chorizo & Fetta Cheese|
|Pulled Pork Tacos|
|Buttermilk Fried Chicken Waffle|
Overall I was pretty impressed by PCP. It took us a while to be able to order our food since we were sitting outside so none of the staff could see us frantically waving, but after that it was all smooth sailing. Would definitely recommend this place, if just for a trial.