The historic Paragon Restaurant has been home of exclusive hand-made confectionery since 1916, and continues to use only the finest ingredients in its products. Specialities include hand-dipped chocolate centres, French nougat, fudges, marzipan fruits, maple brazils, and many other tempting sweets.
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No trip to the Blue Mountains is complete without a visit to the Paragon for delicious coffee and scrumptious desserts. The place has a wonderful old-fashioned look and feel and walking in the door is like stepping back in time. Very cosy and the perfect way to stay warm in winter.
I love the Paragon. Such a gorgeous old establishment with all sorts of old world paraphernalia like ornate old cash registers, grammaphones, vintage black & white prints... The Paragon is always popular & serves up both 'old school' lunches, afternoon teas, and a range of chocolates. So, the devonshire tea! The tea is real leaf, though the pots could be bigger. The scones were a tad 'cakey', but the touch of cinnamon is good & unlike the other reviewer ours came completeread more
well... not a good experience yesterday. went there for afternoon tea yesterday with my girlfriend, sister and brother in law. my sister ordered 1 scone with coffee, i ordered 2 scones with a cup of tea, my brother in law ordered 2 scones and a coffee, and my girlfriend ordered banana bread. now my all the scones eventually arrived to the table and had jam and cream except for my sisters which was just a plate with a scone thrown down in front of her. when she asked forread more