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Choosing from a difficult menu

Discussion in 'Slimming World - Eating Out' started by SallyVater, 7 March 2014 Social URL.

  1. SallyVater

    SallyVater Gold Member

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    Hello Swers!

    So I'm off for lunch tomorrow with friends and I'm at a bit of a loss with my menu choice. Can anyone have a look through and give me some pointers please? I'm veering towards the line caught cod with chorizo as I'm stupidly having steak tonight - in a pinch I can probably have steak again but I'd rather choose something else?

    Bill's Menu, Menu for Bill's, Borough Market, London - Zomato UK

    Thanks!
     
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  3. The naked burger or the marinated chicken skewers, from the all-day section, Or maybe the crispy duck salad from the starters, if they will serve that as a main course, leaving the dressing on the side.
     
  4. SallyVater

    SallyVater Gold Member

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    13st9lb
    Current Weight:
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    Lost(%):
    1st0.8lb(7.75%)
    I looked at that naked burger and had a bit of a worry that it will be all (delicious) fatty. Chicken skewers grand idea.

    Thanks!
     
  5. There's usually a certain amount of fat in a burger - would be a bit dry otherwise. Whatever you choose - have a good time, that's the main thing!
     
  6. rm247

    rm247 Full Member

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    Slimming World
    Assuming you're on EE

    Avocado, spinach & halloumi salad: If you count the Halloumi as your HEB, then you're looking at a dish that's mostly SUPERFREE with a couple of syns for any oils, dressings etc.

    Bill's Macaroni Cheese: depending of it the crispy top if cheese, bread or pastry based (not clear) it could end up being free with HEA/B or have quite a number of Syns

    Bill's Fish Pie: use the cheese topping as HEB and a few Syns for cream, etc.

    For dessert, head for the sorbet, it should be about 5 syns for the sorbet itself plus you could get a load of extra SUPERFREE fruit.
     

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