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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED 22 Fountain Court Restaurant Review: This little cottage tucked away behind Main Street in Old Bellevue (the part of town not clogged with high-rises) has retained its charm through a change in ownership and name. (It was formerly Azaleas Fountain Court.) The restaurant really does have a pretty fountain courtyard hung with ivy and each of the three small dining rooms evokes romance in a similarly gracious European manner. The restaurant attracts an equal mix of business people and hand-holding couples. Service is suitably discrete. The food is not designed to startle, but rather to reassure. We have been as impressed with the rare prime rib as the rare ahi, sauced with a sweet, gingery orange reduction. Sea bass crusted with hazelnuts sports a sprightly cider glaze. Bourbon spikes the filet mignons demi-glace. Vegetarians will be pleased with the vegetable lasagne. Crabcakes make a fine starter. Finish daintily with a refreshing sorbet or lustily with Baileys Irish Cream-laced chocolate mousse.