Atlanta Restaurant Reviews

P’Cheen, Inman Park, Atlanta GA


IMAG0999I 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 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!

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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.

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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.

IMAG1004NOTE: You simply CANNOT LEAVE P’Cheen without having the peanut butter chocolate mousse pie. OMG, YOU WILL KILL FOR THIS! It looks really small but this is so rich and so good it’s really incredible.

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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