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Have loads of fun!!!!
Thanks so much for the great advice!
the pasta with prawns etc sounds great - and doesn't say it has a creamy sauce! I love having foccacia with salad or different starters as well at places so I can have little bits of delicious tastes. Enjoy!
Hi Eleanor, I'd go with one of their chicken dishes myself because they mostly come with veggies or salad. ie CHICKEN PESTO WITH SALAD
Grilled chicken breast served in a basil pesto, cherry tomato & garlic sauce, accompanied with a side Greek salad.
Basically pick a meal then work out the calories ahead of time so you can adjust what you eat for breakfast and lunch. If they dont have the quantities, you can always phone the manager and ask how many grams of ie the chicken or is it a half chicken or a quarter chicken. They are very helpful. If you plan on having a glass of wine track it all in.
Its easy to work around because you can make a large veggie soup to have for lunch and you can ie have 1 cup of oats with apple for breakfast.
I normally go to the Spur because they have a salad valley which includes cottages cheese for the protein.
Edited by: CELEST at: 2/25/2013 (07:38)
I will NOT run emotionally from compliments and hide in fat layers for protection.
I'm going out for dinner with my husband next week for a special occassion, and we've decided to go to Cappuccinos. Here is a link to their menu: http://www.cappuccinos.co.za/menu.php
What do you think would be the best option to have?
My plan is to eat light and at the lower end of my calorie range for a couple of days before we go, but I don't want to pig out. I would like to choose something that's still healthy, but will feel like a treat.
Can anyone give me some advice? I'm allergic to sea food.
Thank you so much!