I went to Indiana to visit my friend Kayla, who moved out there for work. I hadn't been, so she had me traveling all over the place, trying all kinds of new restaurants. I know most of you don't care, but I had fun. I'll keep these next few posts brief.
The Overlook overlooks the Ohio River. The menu is comfort, classic country food. I ordered the chicken cordon bleu. It came with two sides - I went for mashed potatoes and cole slaw.
The chicken cordon bleu was pretty baller. Swiss cheese, ham and chicken rolled in breadcrumbs and pan-fried and topped with a butter sauce. I loved cutting into it and just having Swiss cheese ooze out. I mean, awesome.
The mashed potatoes were not homemade, I don't think, but kind of reminded me of school lunch. Which isn't bad - I actually kinda liked them. Plus there was a thick, country gravy to top it off with. The cole slaw was very good. For dessert, I had their special, which was a peanut butter pie. I've had better peanut butter pie, and the chocolate was pretty bitter, but I mean, I'm splitting hairs. Overall, pretty good.