Looking to eat better in 2022?
With that in mind, Palm Beach restaurant teams perused their menus and chose an item or two they consider to be among the healthy — and delicious — choices they serve.
Here’s a tease:
Meat Market: tuna tartare ($19) with ginger, soy, avocado and mango. The dish is served at dinner and brunch.
Almond: dinnertime mahi mahi ($39) steamed in banana leaf; and a rice-and-avocado bowl ($29 at dinner; $24 at lunch) with roasted vegetables, sriracha, egg and toasted seaweed.
The Chesterfield’s Leopard Lounge & Restaurant: a Thai-style salad ($22), which is served at lunch and dinner, features mango, avocado, toasted almonds, spinach, Napa cabbage, mint, basil, grape tomatoes, red peppers and chili-lime vinaigrette.
Le Bilboquet: salmon a la plancha ($40) — which is served at lunch and dinner — with quinoa, salmon roe and watercress; and dinnertime halibut ($48) with fig, fennel and walnut crumble.
Café Boulud: Hamachi crudo ($31) with cucumber, avocado and apple; and halibut ($52) with a rock-shrimp crust and served with cauliflower rice. Both are on the dinner menu.
Cucina: the dinner menu’s “Superfood Chop” ($14) with carrots, kale, quinoa, cress, Brussels sprouts, apples, pistachio, pomegranate, berries.
LoLa 41: “LoLa Chopped” ($18) with romaine lettuce topped with spiced olives, feta cheese, chickpeas, hardboiled egg, red onion, tomato, cucumber, bell peppers and herb vinaigrette. The salad is served at lunch, dinner and weekend brunch.