thai food is the best i always order it as spicy as they can make it, i took my mom to some thai food for mothers day yesterday, as for food choices i would stay away from the curries, higher in fat from the coconut milk, i personally like the chicken dishes with chiles and thai sweet basil. Spring rolls are good if they are fresh and not fried
"If you don't eat your meat, you can't have any pudding. How can you have any pudding if you don't eat your meat?" Pink Floyd, Another Brick in the Wall
All sushi is low in fat, except the ones with tuna and salmon (and that's "good" fat) or the bizarre Western ones with mayonnaise or cream cheese or such. (Generally, the "California roll" types.)
You can also usually get the raw fish on its own, or with sushi rice under it or on the side, so that you can use as much or as little as you like. I forget what that's called.
If you want safety, get the chicken salad, hold the dressing, hold the noodles, with lime wedges to squeeze on it. And what's wrong with their "Lighter Thai" menu? A bit high in the carbs I admit, but you don't have to eat all the damn noodles.
Sushi rice is short grain sticky rice (highest GI rice available) that is flavoured with seasoned rice wine vinegar and sugar. Not the best thing you can eat, really, though some Japanese eateries offer brown rice sushi. This isn't great either, becausde the brown rice is usually rose brown rice (sticky short grain), but I guess it's an improvement. I usually just eat sashimi. Phenomenal source of protein and tastes fresh as heck, I love it, probably my favourite food in the world.