Fish & Co.’s new under 500 calories menu
Now you have even more options and variety to choose from when you next dine at Fish & Co., especially if you’re trying to lose weight and counting calories. Fish & Co. makes watching the waistline easier with the launch of its new Under 500 Calories Menu. You can look forward to enjoying the same tasty favourite menu items but with fewer calories. Eleven of its well-loved dishes have been selected to undergo a ‘trim’ in this move to provide diners with healthier dining alternatives that are gentle on the waistline. This permanent addition to the menu will be available island wide.
With the increasing demand for healthier eating, Fish & Co. has also reworked some of its dishes to include smaller servings and the option to choose from a selection of better alternatives. For instance, dishes are served with the sauce or gravy on the side and diners are given the option to pick whole grain pasta for pasta dishes.
￼Here are some of the dishes that are in the Under 500 Calories Menu:
￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼Grilled White Fish with Peri-Peri Sauce, $8.95 483 kcal
One of Fish & Co.’s best sellers, this dish is a hit with Fish & Co.’s very own unique blend of Peri-peri sauce. It is now paired with fluffy and fragrant paella rice to tide you though the day with energy.
￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼Grilled Peri-Peri Prawns, $10.95 419 kcal
Grilled to release the natural juices, these juicy prawns, packed with Vitamin E, are quite the treat for any seafood lover. It is served with a side of mashed potatoes.
￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼Grilled Atlantic Cod with Black Pepper Sauce, $10.95 284 kcal
The protein-rich cod, tender and juicy with a black pepper sauce packs a good punch to wake the senses. The dish is accompanied with a healty-licious serving of coleslaw.
Grilled Salmon Cajun, $11.95 443 kcal
Get your daily source of Omega-3 fatty acids from this grilled salmon which is given a good rub with Cajun spices, lending both flavour and fragrance to the dish. It is served with lightly sautéed seasonal vegetables.
Baked Cod with Spicy Teriyaki Sauce, $10.95 335 kcal
For those who like some heat in their food, Fish & Co.’s own extra spicy homemade teriyaki sauce paired with protein-rich baked cod will give a satisfying burst of flavour and nutrients. This Asian inspired dish is served with a side of fibre-rich mashed potatoes.
￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼￼Baked Salmon with Citrus Crust, $11.95 437 kcal
Also known as ‘brain food’, the well-loved salmon is topped with a unique citrus rub before it is popped into the oven to achieve a beautiful golden brown crust. It is accompanied by a side of seasonal vegetables.
Baked Pollock with Mediterranean Sauce, $9.95 379 kcal
Inspired by Mediterranean flavours, this dish is small on calorie count but big on taste. It is served with a side of paella rice, the perfect fuel for any grueling day.
Seafood Spaghetti, $10.95 471 kcal
It is mineral-rich seafood galore with this pasta dish with a generous serving of muscles, prawns, squid and fish slices all served up in a single dish. Diners have the option to choose whole wheat pasta for a healthier alternative.
Shrimp and Clam Aglio Olio, $8.95 404 kcal
This timeless dish of Aglio Olio allows the fragrant aromatics from the garlic, fresh herbs and fresh and nutritious shrimps and clams take center stage. Diners have the option to opt for whole wheat pasta.
￼Mediterranean Pizza, $7.95 464 kcal
A vegetarian pizza option featuring bold Mediterranean flavours served up atop a thin crispy golden brown crusted pizza. This meatless pizza is satisfying but guilt-free!
Garden Salad with Garlic Balsamic, $8.95 142 kcal
With lowest calorie count in the category, the garden salad provides a refreshing pop of flavours for the palate. It comes with a garlic balsamic dressing that lends an acidic touch and brings a new dimension to the simple salad.
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