- Cold Brew
- Dukkah Gren
- Chilli Chorizo Eggs
It was a pleasant start with the Cold Brew and Smoothie. The cold brew was a single origin from Guatemala. The bean carried great depth in flavour without being overly bold nor bitter.Despite being served cold, the coffee remained incredibly fragrant and aromatic. On a hot summer day, this was simply a delightful drink.
We thoroughly enjoyed the Dukkah Green. The stunningly plated dish was loaded with a generous helping of house-made dukkah spices that was incredibly aromatic and fragrant. On top of two slices of organic sourdough sat a variety of fresh, crisp greens including broccolini, zucchini and asparagus. Served alongside were the absolute gems, two 65degree eggs, cooked to perfection, so delicate and delivering an exceptionally runny yolk. The eggs used here were simply sensational, so creamy and rich, with amazing depth of flavour thanks to the organic, free range farm the chickens were raised in.
The Chilli Chorizo Eggs also impressed. The eggs were once again the highlight, so incredibly fluffy and creamy, offering amazing flavour and a slight silky sensation. In top sat nicely charred slices of chorizo that offers up just a hint of spice, which was well accompanied by the richness of shaved Parmesan that held it altogether. Coupled with a crisp, flakey and almost airy croissant flown in from France, this was a near flawless dish that we just couldn’t get enough of!
While Project Black might be known as a humble little cafe situated in the quiet suburban Mitcham, those who have visited will immediately realise that they’ve just discovered a neighbourhood gem.
The impeccable attention to detail is evident throughout, offering up amazing coffees, alongside a simple menu that’s paired with top quality produce and exceptional execution.
Would Penguin Eat Again?
You bet! A refined breakfast can hardly get better than this!
Penguineats would like to thank Project Black for inviting us.