Milktooth

23 Nov

Today for brunch we stopped at Milktooth located in the newly renovated Fletcher Place on the southeast side of Indy.

The restaurant was originally a mechanic’s garage. The interior is eclectic yet quaint. Each table was adorned with empty cans of Cafe Bustelo used to house the silverware.

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I ordered a Mexican coke, a corneal Dutch baby with peach-amaro jam, dried blueberries, and cream fraiche and a side of sorghum glazed bacon.

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The pancake was good and was a nice size portion. The bacon, however, was another story. It resembled a large hunk of fat bathed in syrup. I was able to eat a small corner of it only. The rest of it was literally fat.

My friend ordered a Cappuccino that was very bitter and burnt tasting. She also had the Belgian waffle with apple slices, seasonal nuts, and creme fraiche that was tasty.

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Overall I’d probably return. Our server was friendly and knowledgable. And the menu was original.

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2 Responses to “Milktooth”

  1. Lynn July 2, 2015 at 1:35 pm #

    Wow, I was looking at pics of Milktooth in images and saw this pull up. I realize that my husband and I are in the last pic. I have the red curly hair and he is in the beard! How random!

    • Morocco July 2, 2015 at 1:44 pm #

      Wow, it certainly is, lol!

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