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Healthy, low-cal eats for power lunch-seekers, served in an upscale setting.
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FOUR Restaurant Review

: Located below the downtown financial office towers, this concept restaurant was designed as a healthy eating adventure, one that doesn't compromise on flavor. None of the menu items --- from small plates to mains and desserts --- have more than 650 calories. What's more, chef Matt Rosen creates meals with an abundance of antioxidants, all with a keen eye toward Mediterranean, Indian and Asian cuisines. Check out the miso romaine salad, Greek lamb salad and grilled chicken with tikka masala yogurt sauce. Cooked dishes are either steamed, grilled or broiled but never deep-fried. Grilled beef tenderloin, for example, comes swathed in vinaigrette atop cubed beets, sweet potatoes and celery root. Smoked sable fish is tasty with its passion fruit-mustard glaze, while grilled Atlantic salmon arrives on a bed of quinoa tabbouleh. Not surprisingly, desserts are sample-size, but they do the trick when you need a sugar fix. The dozen-plus wines on offer are all organic, biodynamic or sustainably farmed. Count on vegetarian and gluten-free dishes, too.

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