i would say to go for the scallops. it's got sweet potatoes and kale, which are both filling and good for you. with coriander being a main flavor, i don't think they'll go too heavy on cheese or something that's likely to be higher in fat in the sauce.
with the shrimp artichokes and sundried tomatoes are often stored in oil, which is going to up the fat content. olives are fats as well. and while it's probably good fats, it's going to be a lot of it and you're already getting a hefty dose of fat with the mushroom brie soup. then you add the white wine in and the pasta, and it's getting up there.
salmon is going to be heavier on the fat as well. and the dill sauce is likely to be heavier on the oil or the cream, depending on how this place makes it.
and i know i am focusing on the fat a lot. i have a bit of a history of going for the bisque type soups and then the creamy pasta dish. and i can say from that experience that it tends to be rough on one's stomach, particularly if you've been eating at home and pretty light in fat in the recent past. so i would pick the thing that has the most vegetables and the vegetables that tend to be a little less sauced. at least in my experience, things like asparagus and artichokes tend to be cooked in more fat than things like kale, at least relative to how i cook them at home. erm.. what i think i mean by that is that when i sautee greens in olive oil at home, it's close to how they come cooked at restaurants. for artichokes and asparagus, they tend to come with a lot more butter at restaurants than i would use at home. so while the restaurant is going to use more fat overall across the board in any case, some of the good vegetable bits are going to be more handicapped by the addition of fat than others. and the focus on fat is more on having a happy stomach after the dinner rather than as related to total calories.
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