I've had their pork once, and wasn't a fan, but that could have been the one location. My father-in-law thought they were great (but he's the second least picky food person I know - my partner being the least!). I went with steamed broccoli instead of potatoes. They haven't managed to destroy salmon on me yet, but you are absolutely right that the quality won't come close to what you had last night!
As for the lettuce wraps, the carbs are mostly in the sauces. I'm allergic to peppers (which are in all of their sauces) so had them plain. I also ordered the chicken for them as plain grilled, so that dropped the fat on those. Actually pretty filling and I find sprouts really sweet, so I enjoyed them.
Apparently they have a "skinnylicious" menu or some such thing, but I haven't had a chance to try anything off of there yet.
If the server wants to give you a hard time about making substitutions, then tell them that you have food sensitivities (you do - you're sensitive to how they taste and how many calories are in them). I have found that they are really good about grilling meats plain for me and steaming veggies with no sauces because of my allergy (which includes ground pepper - which pretty much contaminates everything in a restaurant kitchen).
Good luck, and I hope it's at least a tolerable meal, if not enjoyable!
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