Mr Crackles – enough said.
The Paramount Coffee Project (PCP) is the new kid on the Surry Hills scene run by Russell Beard from Reuben Hills and Mark Dundon from Melbourne’s Seven Seeds. It’s been opened for several weeks only and already my instagram feed has been flooded with food/coffee photos from PCP and there’s already several blog post write ups.
It’s location is within the Paramount Pictures Building on Commonwealth Street, Surry Hills.
Surry Hills has always been a hip and happening part of town that I don’t get to visit all that often. There’s always endless options catering for all types of appetites and purposes. A sunny, slightly warm Winter’s Saturday sees me making the visit to Devon Cafe with some dear friends for a long overdue catch up.
Where Assiette once was and then Albion Street Kitchen, Chur Burger has a permanent new location – 48 Albion Street (it was previously behind the current site on Beauchamp Lane). Warren Turnbull has bounced back from a fire that damaged a short lived Albion Street Kitchen and ‘is back with vengeance’ with his ‘Chur’ Burger Bar with Grant Astle.
It’s not often the group of friends and I chill out at a bar, nibbling on some food and downing a few drinks. I suppose you could say it’s because of our location that the trek to the city does become a burden, especially with those who have to be designated drivers for the evening. But this is an exception as we are celebrating the boy’s birthday.