Saturated fats are animal-based. But most restaurants use vegetable oils (unsaturated fats) for deep frying because they are easier to handle and clean. Tempura would be high in unsaturated fats but low in saturated fats, which is why I asked the question.
It’s difficult to recommend one restaurant because of the way dishes are cooked. Restaurants that serve many fresh vegetable dishes tend to be better bets, such as many types of Chinese restaurants.
Generally, I recommend the following to reduce sodium intake:
- Order dishes that must be made each time you order. Avoid soups and braised dishes because they are usually made in large batches. Chinese dumplings, XLB, etc. fall into this category. They already have a lot of salt.
- When you order dishes, ask for less salt.
- Avoid preserved foods (e.g. bacon, pickles), breads, and pasta dishes
- Plain rice or steamed buns are good sources of carbohydrates and low in sodium.
I’d recommend this to reduce the intake of saturated fats:
- Avoid from organ meats and animal fat.
- Order leaner cuts of meats (e.g. chicken breast, sirloin, flank steak).
- Avoid cheeses, cream-based dishes, and eggs.
Avoid shrimp and organ meats if you want to reduce the intake of cholesterol.
If you use these guidelines, it’ll be easier to identify which dishes more closely meet your criteria. For example, stir-fried flank steak with ginger and green onions (ordered with less salt) wouldn’t be a bad choice. But French-style beef wouldn’t be wise, because that cut of beef has more fat than flank steak.
A good Chinese vegetarian restaurant would easily fulfill your requirement about saturated fats. You would still need to be careful about unsaturated fats. Order steamed dishes and/or ask them to cook with less oil. However, you would still need to be careful about the sodium content of the food.
Sorry I can’t recommend a specific restaurant to meet your requirements. I can only recommend types of dishes to get or to avoid.