Healthy Restaurants Midtown East
- perusalem Feb 25, 2014 10:52 AM
So the boyfriend is having some health problems and doctor wants him to loose weight.
I am looking for maybe Vegetarian/organic/healthy restaurants close to his office (Park and 50's)
As Monica knows, I'm a proud, card-carrying, Chop't devotee. When I'm not eating Mexican Caesars or the Hokaido seasonal salad, you can find me at Soom Soom with an over-stuffed falafel or, on a bad day, at D&S with a chicken salad sandwich. Probably best off at Chop't with a light salad and SPA dressing.
Killer advice. Literally. The fixed price lunches at Rouge Tomate include high fat high calorie desserts and entrees like duck confit or salads made with sweetened nuts and cheese. Sometimes i think so long as somebody puts a leaf of kale or a brussel sprout on a menu in NYC it wins raves as a sensible eating destination. Rouge Tomate puts pork fat in its kale salad (or course, it is "sourced" pork fat so I guess that gets recommended for a weight loss program).
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I'm not 100% sure where these places are all located, but they're all on seamless and all deliver to my office on Lex and 46th so I imagine they're pretty close to you.
For me these all hit the balance of healthy, without being inedible.
7 Green & Grain
Num Pang (specifically the chicken salad)
Treehaus (has healthy options)
Also sushi is a good low calorie option, especially vegetarian.
The best option IMO would be the whole foods on 57th b/w 2nd and 3rd ave, and the walk will be good too.
Its obviously possible to make poor decisions regardless of the restaurant and bringing your own meal is the best idea.
Organic ave on lexington and....somewhere in the 50s has hearty healthy salads, (their massage kale salad is awesome) but their desserts and nut milks can pack serious calories.
Sushi can be a good choice by ordering edamame, sashimi, and veggies or a total gut bomb if ordering tempura rolls with mayo sauces.
The best way to help him may be to spend time in the kitchen with him on the weekend preparing lunches and healthy meals for the coming week so you "teach the man to fish" as it were.