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Review: Prosciutto Stuffed Chicken at Indigo

Today’s choice off the Breakfast Menu was Prosciutto Stuffed Chicken at Indigo


I stopped in to a little spot in Hyde park for a quick bite for lunch. In an effort to work faster I am going to forgo much of the old format in favor of a quick review. Indigo is a little cafe in Hyde park square that I go to for Calzones and Italian food.





I originally wanted a Stromboli but this menu option seemed delectable. So I ordered it. The menu said it was breaded chicken stuffed with prosciutto and mozzarella atop a bed of fettuccine noodles and their Cajun Alfredo sauce. I thought the dish was delicious. I had the opportunity to choose spinach noodles, which are "healthier" than regular noodles. They have a different taste that I appreciate. The sauce was creamy a kick of peppery spice. I personally loved the dish and would give it high marks. The breaded chicken was a little overcooked. The noodles were good, but I thought they gave me a little too much sauce. It wasn't as bad as say Olive Garden who tends to drown their food in their horrible sauces.



Overall I loved the dish and would recommend the place for a quick bite or a quiet sit down meal. I will warn you that the dishes were a little costly around 10-13 bucks. For a place that serves individual pizzas and Calzones among other dishes that is a little steep. At many places that is the price of a family size pizza. but if you have 15 bucks to blow on a meal.

I give the whole experience 4 out of 5 broken eggs:


For more on the location: 

Indigo Casual Gourmet Cafe on Urbanspoon

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