My favourite meal of the week! Sunday brunch and I live by three rules: 1) Brunch at 10AM; 2) Brunch is to be shared; and 3) Keep calm and have brunch. I’m glad that upfront disclosures about sharing is gradually becoming less necessary with my friends… Shout out to you all *hugs and kisses*!
The wait wasn’t too long which is surprising since there doesn’t seem to be many seats in the cafe. There’s so much space which could be better utilised but I can’t complain because that means I can stand inside while waiting without feeling I’m in everyone’s way!
Plenty of waiting space indoors to avoid the chilly cold!
Funky bike shop at the back
Caramel Popcorn Milkshake ($8.00)
Baked Eggs: chorizo, cannelini beans, toast ($17.00)
Coca Cola Ox Cheek Waffle: corn & tomato salsa, horse radish mayo, coriander ($19.00)
Sweet Waffle: peanut butter ice cream, peanut butter dulce de leche, caramel popcorn ($15.00)
The Food Zoo experience: I find it’s becoming pretty easy to find good coffee and Paramount Coffee Project definitely does not disappoint. $8 for a milkshake seems a bit steep but it was delicious and quoting my friend: it’s better than Reuben Hills! Thought the baked eggs were quite average but really liked both sweet and savoury waffles! The ox-cheek waffles took a bit of getting used to since I naturally associate waffles with dessert but the beef was cooked really well (also note, I couldn’t taste any Coca Cola). Oh and would also like to mention the staff were exceptional and non-instrusive at all which always makes the experience that much more enjoyable!
The Paramount Coffee Project
Surry Hills 2010