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are seafood appetizers/entrees considered "modest" in both nutrition and price?

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are seafood appetizers/entrees considered "modest" in both nutrition and price?

stah00 | Mar 1, 2010 01:10 PM

I will be dining with my boss at some upcoming business dinners. He dines at swanky restaurants but is very into health and fitness, and expects employees who dine with him to make healthy but tasteful (as in not purposely choosing the cheapest items) choices, but I'm not quite sure what that means other than not to order bone marrow/iceberg lettuce for appetizers or a porterhouse/bland chicken dish for an entree.

I've looked at the menus and it seems the best choices are mostly seafood - do the following selections seem appropriate in both price and healthiness?

Appetizers: ceviches, raw oysters, tartares (both beef/seafood)

Entrees: any roasted/pan seared fish entrees (I don't order chicken or pasta for entrees, and am choosing to steer clear of lobster, beef, lamb, duck, and veal for price and fat content reasons)

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