Dining at a steak house can be an amazing and decadent affair, but that doesn't mean it has to be unhealthy. If you want to keep your eating goals or your diet intact the next time you eat at a steak house, take a look at these tips.
1. Opt for fishy rather than fried starters
When kicking off your meal with a plate of starters, avoid the fried fare. Instead, pick a low-fat fishy option to complement your steak mains and keep your waist trim.
Do you enjoy a regular night out at the sushi restaurant? Regardless of whether you're an avid fan, simply curious or planning a first time visit to a sushi restaurant here are six fun facts to prepare you for your sushi train experience.
Sushi train is an Aussie term
Sushi train is the common term for conveyor belt in Australia, but in other countries it's called other terms such as sushi-go-round, conveyor sushi or kaitzen-sushi.
Eating a gluten-free diet can restrict your options when it comes to eating out with friends or family, but there a number of Indian dishes that are naturally gluten-free. Naan bread is off the menu, but lentils, vegetables and rice are all used in abundance and there are even a few gluten-free bread options to enjoy such as rice pooris and dosas. Look out for these five naturally gluten-free dishes the next time you visit your local Indian restaurant: