What I would do would be order something you 'know'. Grilled meat like chicken breast plain... don't have them put sauce on it that is wear all the unknowing comes. Many places have steamed veg you can order for a side ask for no butter or butter on the side so you can control it. A baked potato or sweet potato is easy to track but once again get the butter or sour cream on the side to control how much. If you get a salad ask for a light dressing on the side, or go for a vinagerette. Most Italian dressings are similar calorie wise or at least close enough to guess. Stay away from the 'extras' like cheese and croutons or tortilla strips on salads. Write down what you do eat that way you can track it later. Basic things like that are easy to track.
If you don't want to bothered with that or it is a special occasion give your self a pass... but eat very lo-cal and healthy the rest of the day.
Even if you give yourself a pass try to stay away from breading, gravy,cheese, anything fried, cream soups, appetizers, and desserts. Use common sense so you don't 'regret it'.
Matthew 4: 4- Jesus answered; it is written, man does not live by bread alone, but by every word that comes from the mouth of God.
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