Fountain Square is one of the most up-and-coming areas of Indianapolis. It offers several eclectic restaurants and eateries. It also has a huge array of bars and places to chill. One such place that I visited and fell in love with is Milktooth.
This restaurant is set in an old filling station, and though the owner did some cleaning and spent some money for tables and lighting, the feeling is still very au naturel. It is definitely an experience that you will want to discover for yourself.
I’m usually one of those people that don’t like to step too far outside of the box when it comes to ordering food, but when we arrived and were seated we ordered some Sour Cream Biscuits with yellow plum butter and local buckwheat honey as a great appetizer before our brunch. They also serve a jowl bacon that is to die for, salty, sweet, and savory all at the same time. For the meal, I ordered the Grilled FF Strip Steak & a Sunny Egg with espresso & ham hock, braised collards, purple cove beans, and tortilla strips. My brother ordered the Local Berry Dutch Baby Pancake with cucumber curd, cashews, and powdered sugar that is also pictured here.As it was my wife’s birthday, we ordered a picture of mimosas to kick it off as well. They have a huge variety of drinks on the menu.
As it was my wife’s birthday, we ordered a pitcher of mimosas to kick it off as well. They have a huge variety of drinks on the menu: mixed drinks, bottles of wine, and cans of craft beer. They also serve coffee and espresso, as you’d expect. The price ranges from $3.00-$69.00 depending on what you fancy.
Unfortunately, they do not do call ahead seating or reservations, so if you want to try it out you need to get there early. The food came out quickly and was hot and delicious. Pricing was very reasonable for the quality of the food. The staff was very friendly and the restaurant itself was clean, so if you are in the Foutain Square area and you want a unique brunch option, head to Milktooth and tell them your friend Malichi referred you.