The Fountain, Potts Point

[invite] Bianca: There’s a lot to like about Pott’s Point new resident The Fountain. Evoking a Parisian vibe, I could easily see this becoming the place to be seen or to clock a few hours’ people watching in the warmer months. Jocyeicle and I visited on a chilly windy arvo and sitting outside wasn’t exactly ‘pleasant’. But we’ll do anything for the photos! The interior is inviting, with a striking tile pattern a main focal point. The menu is comprehensive and there’s likely to be something for everyone.

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The Sweet Corn Fritters – w/avocado, salsa, coriander, poached egg $17 is up there for one of the better versions going around Sydney at the moment. I like mine super crispy and these were near perfect. Plump, sweet corn kernels, offset by the creamy avo. The poached egg padding out the meal, I appreciated the tomato/Spanish onion salsa, especially alongside the foliage on the base of the dish.

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Make sure you get the Reuben Sandwich – w/pastrami, Swiss cheese, sauerkraut, Russian sauce w/fries $19. Each bite was a pleasure, I loathe Swiss cheese but here, everything just works so cohesively. The large dill pickles were really what set this apart, adding a sharp sourness to each bite. A succinct ratio of ingredients.

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And probably the soon to be most Instagrammed dish in Sydney. The Crème Brulee French Toast –w/ caramelised banana, toffee, berries & clotted cream $18. Looks wise, this is the money dish. There’s a fair bit to like here. Despite our initial thoughts the brioche was tasty and soaked through. The toffee adding a nuttiness, the figs were too jarring for my palate. Fresh berries with sweets are always a winning combo but the clotted cream needs to be re-thought, a lighter whipped mascarpone would work much better as it was WAY too heavy!

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Definitely, one to file away if you’re in Potts Point or The Cross. There’s definitely enough variety in the menu to warrant a second visit, or third…

Bianca

Fountain Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

*For Food’s Sake dined as guests of The Fountain, all opinions, however, are our own and independent.

Author: forfoodssake

A Sydney food blog.

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