How I hit the 7778.78 calories in 48 hours (see details in East Coast Dining - Night 1) was at a Thai/French fusion restaurant with huge portions.
10 South Street
While the restaurant describes itself as Thai, it has a series of French dishes including "steak au poivre with frittes". I stuck to the Thai options.
The appetizers are what they do best. The Vegetarian Imperial Roll with carrots, celery, shiitake mushroom and jicama was simple and tasty.
The Peking Duck Salad with roasted duck tossed with apples, pineapples and cashew nuts was delicious.
However, Origin II failed on the main dish.
I ordered a dish I have not heard of before - Gra Prow. The waiter explained that this is the Thai equivalent for stir fry. The combination of chicken, green beans, chili peppers made this option appealing for healthy and tasty reasons.
The amount of chicken though could have fed all of Thailand; the chili peppers were in fact regular red peppers; and the rice serving was the equivalent of three tablespoons of rice. I may have lucked out better with the French options.