Yes, yes I know. Another eating-out question. Bear with me.
I have been on a journey to find the best places to eat-out in my area. Seems chains aren't the way to go but certain types of restaurants or cafes are better than others.
What type of food have you not regretted eating out with?
A list would be great!
I have had success with Kabob places (The one near me has stated that their sauce is lemon juice and spice based and they have no wheat or vegetable oil in their meat or sides)
I have also heard of:
Pho - Occasional beacause of MSG
Mexican - Chipolte but be wary of the soy
The worst seems to be Chinese and places like Ihop/Dennys.
What places have you found?
Brazillian steakhouses (churrascaria). Meat on a skewer, brought right to your table.
Cuban restaurants, as long as you don't get anything that was fried.
Japanese restaurant - sashimi is great and very Paleo!
I love Lebanese restaurants (my favorite food - simply the best!!!) but they do not understand a gluten-free concept. So... if you are gluten-intolerant - you have to be very very careful.
Steak restaurant, grilled - especially if you can find one with pastured beef
Hamburger (without bun) - again especially if pastured
I think Thai and Indian should be a good option, but only if it is authentic and they cook with real fat (coconut oil, ghee, etc). Probably hard to find and verify.
I thought of this the other evening while having Korean BBQ. The meat selection was vast and simple (though marinated in sugar) and the veggies were mostly fermented. Plus, you gathered around an open fire and prepared your own food. How does it get more paleo/primal than that?
Brizillian steakhouse is also a good call. Very simply prepared meats and I honestly don't remember a side even being offered. I sure there was I just don't recall.
As for mainstream chain it is hard to be Moe's. Grass-fed beef and organic chicken and pork. I get steak salad, no shell, add guac, fresh jalepeno, cilantro and cucumbers and load with salsa. Skip the chips and call it a meal.
Privately owned european restaurants use the best ingrediants and you cant go wrong eroring on that side. I always go for a rusty French provincial or a real rustic Italian (good italian food is not all pasta and crap like that) Polish, Turkish and east european food will not your tatse buds and be pretty Paleo safe. Yes their is bread but dont eat it. I love Spanish but be careful, bread is use a lot in sauces to thicken. Still a good place to go that 20 per cent.
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