Today I am reviewing the Australia-inspired coffee shop Paramount Coffee Project Los Angeles, which is PCPLA for short. It took me approximately 5 weeks to learn the correct order of that acronym, but I love Australians so I forgive them for making me think I am stupid, temporarily (for 5 weeks).
Paramount Coffee Project started in Sydney as a collaboration between Jin Ng of Paramount House, Mark Dundon of Seven Seeds and Russell Beard of Reuben Hills. After success in Sydney, PCP decided to open Los Angeles, and in keeping with the specialty coffee and food format of a typical Sydney/Melbourne Café, PCPLA is a collaborative project to look at coffee differently in a café environment.
Translation: this coffee shop serves amazing coffee and real food… not just pastries. I’ve had a number of things on the menu – all were delicious and also beautifully prepared. Here is a picture of my avocado toast with burnt orange.
Sometimes, I have ordered the cashew nut yogurt – as in “made with cashew milk.” There are flowers on it. Flowers. How can I not love a place that brings me flowers with my cashew nut yogurt. Also, how can I not love a place that gives my vegan friends yogurt options? Another favorite is the salted burrata with poached eggs, spinach & house dukkah. Delicious.
For coffee, I usually get drip – and PCPLA’s drip coffee is GREAT – but they also have amazing lattes and they make their own almond milk, so if you aren’t a milk person, you have options.
FYI, PCPLA also has a quick-serve coffee bar which is also accessible from outside (perfect for when you have your dog with you) – so you don’t have to do table service in order to get a delicious coffee from them.
Bottom line: Highly recommend.
Here are a few shots of the place.
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