Healthy Choice

A restaurant where everything has less than 400 calories

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menu on which everything is less than 400 calories? Yup. Even the dessert is low fat at Angora Café, which combines an extensive menu of Mediterranean-influenced and healthful soups, salads, sandwiches, paninis, and calzones, with its true talent: frozen yogurt, complete with a list of toppings so long, you could show up every day for a year (and you just might want to) and not get the same combination twice (unless you get Oreo and cookie dough; then you’ll never change your order). Start with something healthy, like the grilled veggie and hummus wrap, filled with fresh eggplant, peppers, and zucchini, and finished with Angora’s homemade hummus—part of its carb-control menu, with nothing over 400 calories—then satisfy that craving for sweets with a vanilla, chocolate, sugar-free, or (the not-so-advertised, but delicious alternative) soy-based frozen yogurt. Mix your yogurt with anything from strawberries to oatmeal, Grape Nuts to Snickers, chai to Nutella, and just about anything in between (including Toberlone). Tebsherany

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