Eat This Instead Hot Fish Vs. Sea Bass

November 03, 2008|By KATE SHATZKIN

Hungry for fish at P.F. Chang's China Bistro? The Hot Fish, with crispy catfish slices in a Szechwan sauce, sounds fun, but its calorie and fat counts are steep. If you choose the Oolong Marinated Sea Bass instead, you'll save a whopping 817 calories and 59 grams of fat, including 11 grams of saturated fat, along with 71 grams carbohydrate.

Hot Fish

Per serving:

1,338 calories

60 grams protein

71 grams fat

14 grams saturated fat

111 grams carbohydrate

8 grams fiber

Oolong Marinated Sea Bass

Per serving:

521 calories

64 grams protein

12 grams fat

3 grams saturated fat

40 grams carbohydrate

3 grams fiber

Nutritional analysis and photos from P.F. Chang's China Bistro. Note: the restaurant's Web site did not provide figures for cholesterol or sodium.

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