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Studio doesn’t specifically highlight low-calories options on its menu, but considering the focus on seafood and seasonal ingredients at the Five-Star restaurant, you’ll find some waistline-friendly options. For your first course, opt for the healthier selections like gazpacho soup or the Spanish salad, which is served with mizuna lettuce, Serrano ham, Manchego cheese, garlic prawns, pickled squash and tossed in a light sherry vinaigrette.
And even though Studio’s menu is ever-changing, you’ll always find fresh seafood on it. For your main course, go for lighter option such as sautéed Alaska halibut with roasted brussel sprouts, crispy shallots and ratatouille squash blossoms in choron sauce. Once the dessert course rolls around, we think you’ll have a harder time being good. However, if you want to at least make an effort you can order one of Studio’s fruit-centered desserts like the blackberry tart. This particular dish is topped with lavender cream and honey-goat yogurt ice cream, so it’s not exactly low calorie, but we’re guessing it’s more diet friendly than something like the chocolate palette.