Midwest Living Review
Don't want to pay a lot for a hotel breakfast but want something a little more substantial than a muffin from a coffee shop? Then you'll love Ingredients, which offers an affordable place to eat on Fountain Square, whether you are staying at the Westin hotel or not. A coffee bar and lounge area offers free Wi-Fi, and a chef awaits at a grill toward the back, ready to whip up breakfast paninl, brick-oven breakfast quesadillas and eggs fixed any way you'd like (no pancakes or waffles, though). Lunchtime patrons can choose a some-assembly-required salad starting at $6.50, meaning they can pick their greens, mix-ins, proteins and dressing. Grilled and cold sandwiches like turkey and cranberry and a Cuban press cost $6.75, and brick-oven pizzas like meat lovers and classic tomato and basil ($7.25) round out the mix.
The food is well prepared, and the staff is super friendly. High ceilings and lots of lighting gives the space a cheery vibe, making it a nice place to start your day.