“Outback Steakhouse Atlantic Salmon (9 oz)
There is no entrée in America as misleading as this frightening fish dish from Outback. Its description— — a “seasoned and grilled fillet with fresh steamed veggies” — sounds like textbook healthy eating, a nutritious island in a sea of steak and stuffed potatoes, but what emerges from the kitchen is a plate that packs more calories than 11 orders of onion rings from Burger King. What happens to the poor fish behind closed kitchen doors is anyone’s guess (bacon-grease bath? Melted-butter injections?), but the end result should be avoided at all costs. Add on a serving of bread and butter and a simple side salad, and you’re topping the charts at nearly 2,300 calories.”
I have a sudden craving for Burger King onion rings. I hear they have less than 10 percent the calories of grilled salmon and steamed veggies.