Don’t sacrifice “delicious” on a diet. Check out these six healthy and satisfying dishes on menus around the South Bay.
MB Post, Manhattan Beach
A fresh and flavorful mix of spring artichokes, garbanzo beans,
tomatoes, kalamata olives, Peppadew and Parmesan cheese.
Bashi at Terranea, Rancho Palos Verdes
Wok-Seared Korean Rice Cakes
Served warm and guilt-free with onion, zucchini, carrot,
scallons, gochujang, sesame and tofu.
Circa, Manhattan Beach
Grilled Steamhead Salmon
Perfectly cooked fish with cauliflower, Swiss chard,
baby turnips and lemon.
Good Stuff, El Segundo
Thin Dish Buffalo Burger
A 1/3-pound, lean, free-range buffalo patty on a whole-wheat bun
with all the fixings, served with fresh steamed veggies.
Number Nine, Hermosa Beach
Vegetarian Rice Noodle Soup
Soothing Vietnamese pho served with fresh herbs and sprouts.
Brother’s Burritos, Hermosa Beach
Black & White (burrito or bowl)
Economical for on-the-go dining with egg whites, broccoli, black beans,
brown rice and cheddar.
In 1935, Margaret Lee Chadwick founded an open-air school in her San Pedro home with only four students, two of them her own children. Through the generous donations of land and buildings from local families, the Palos Verdes campus of Chadwick Seaside School opened a few years later with 75 day and boarding students.