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.



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.



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.



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



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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