P’Cheen, Inman Park, Atlanta GA
I had heard about P’Cheen this past week on Twitter and had to come check it out this weekend! I checked out their awesome website www.pcheen.com and found we missed the Wednesday night Low Country Boil, so I put them on the calendar.
If you don’t know Melanie personally, she has a temperature tolerance of precisely two degrees and she was freezing when we entered P’Cheen. Our server met us promptly and offered her a mug of steaming hot cider. It was the ABSOLUTE BOMB! (For those who imbibe it is also offered with rum). Definitely off to a great start!
Next we moved on to appetizers – Melanie selected the caramelized onion soup and I chose the pommes frites. The onion soup was enjoyable but had a little kick to it that “please don’t spice it up” Melanie could have done without. The dipping sauces ranged from a sweet + a small kick Thai, to an awesome jalapeno spice that I was particularly fond of.
For our entrees, Melanie chose the build-a-burger and I opted for fish and chips. Melanie was impressed with the burger (not easily done I might add) and I fell in love with the fish. It was lightly battered and had such an excellent flavor. I also think the tartar sauce was made in-house as well – this was not your standard sauce. The English fries were okay but we weren’t really crazy over them.
We found P’Cheen to be a great little place and thought it was a really fun place. In addition to the dining area, they also provide a lounge area with some nice chairs and sofas to mix, mingle and enjoy a nice conversation.
P’Cheen is a MUST SEE on your list of Atlanta dining experiences! Guten appetit!
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