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Bonefish Grill Nutrition Information including SmartPoints®, PointsPlus® and Points® values

You can find all the Bonefish Grill nutrition information including calories, fat, fat calories, saturated fat, cholestrol, sodium, carbs, fiber, sugars and protein for each menu item. This will help everyone following all different diet programs. This information will keep you on the right track while eating at Bonefish Grill. If you have found this helpful, or have any items that I may have missed, then please leave a comment.

*Weight Watchers® Points®, PointsPlus® and SmartPoints® values for Restaurants have been calculated by JustDietNow and are not endorsed by Weight Watchers International, Inc.

Click on the menu item to see a complete list of nutrition information and the original Points® values

Items Smart Points® Points Plus® Points® Serving Size Calories Fat Calories Fat Sat Fat Cholesterol Sodium Carbs Fiber Sugars Protein
*Weight Watchers® Points®, PointsPlus® and SmartPoints® values for Restaurants have been calculated by JustDietNow and are not endorsed by Weight Watchers International, Inc.


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#15 John - Administrator 2014-12-07 11:28
Quoting Vernon:
Bonefish is now posting their nutritional information. Will you be able to update this page? The values above appear to be off quite a bit. Thanks for your hard work.

Quoting Angie:
Careful with looking at these nutritional values - many of them are just flat WRONG Garbanzo Beans with ZERO carbs? No way! Edamame with ZERO carbs? No way!Garlic Whipped Potatoes with ZERO carbs. I think not.

I know on WW people count "points" but composition of your food does matter!!

All nutrition information has been updated according to their latest info on their website! :)
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#14 Vernon 2014-02-20 22:47
Bonefish is now posting their nutritional information. Will you be able to update this page? The values above appear to be off quite a bit. Thanks for your hard work.
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#13 Angie 2014-01-29 09:50
Careful with looking at these nutritional values - many of them are just flat WRONG Garbanzo Beans with ZERO carbs? No way! Edamame with ZERO carbs? No way!Garlic Whipped Potatoes with ZERO carbs. I think not.

I know on WW people count "points" but composition of your food does matter!!
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#12 doorjam 2013-11-03 12:11
I found this on the Bonefish Website (3 years later)

.../BonefishGrill_Nutritional_ Information.pdf
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#11 John 2013-02-13 13:02
Hi Server,

Thanks for the tips! :lol:
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#10 server 2012-12-05 19:54
As a former employee of BG and a former WW member, it is safe to say stay away from Bang Bang shrimp. it is fried, tossed in tons of mayo!

You can still eat at any restaraunt, just use your best judgement.

I.E. ask for your food to be cooked sans butter.
Dont eat fried foods, or foods loaded up with heavy sauces and cheese. Tilapia, shrimp and the like are usually your best bet, plain, no sauce or butter. same goes for veggies. Rice and potatoes have higher points values anyway, so stay away.
FYI the rice is steamed jasmine rice tossed in olive oil and cilantro and parsley. So if you must have rice, its not the worst thing to order.
Good luck and Bon Appetite!
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#9 John 2012-08-08 05:50
Thanks for that info Jennifer. I will do my best to get some of the nutrition info up. I know I'm not going to be able to get all of it as they don't list it on their site and I have emailed Bonefish and they they will not release their nutrition information. Of course you can google it and find a few things out there. I tend to use www.myfitnesspal.com if I cannot find anything on their websites. I don't like using these type of sites because I don't know the accuracy of them. But if worse comes to worse, I will sites like that so everyone can have an idea of the Points and Points Plus values for Bonefish Grill
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#8 Jennifer 2012-07-31 08:40
I have been on WW for 7 months (lost 50 lbs so far) & eat at Bonefish almost weekly. It is not hard to figure out the points if you are careful about what you choose & use the WW basic points guide.

I eat things like seared Ahi Tuna, or Simply grilled Tilapia or Scallops - these are all listed in the WW points guide, just watch your portion size. I get a sauce on the side, this way I can put a little drop on for taste but my food isn't drowned in it, & again it's not that hard to figure out the points (ie - lemon butter sauce: butter = 3 pts/tbs, so assume this sauce is 3 pts/tbs).

As for sides, they have a tomato salad side & I get it without the cheese & dressing on the side. They also have steamed veggies, and sometimes I splurge & have some jasmin rice. In addition, I often eat the Waygu Beef Dumplings & a piece of bread, and once in a while even get the dessert (to share).

I would love it if Bonefish posted their info, but with a little research it's not all that hard to figure out what to eat there & what the points are - I feel pretty confident that my point calculations have been on target (just stay away from things like the Imperial Longfin...it has creamy cheese & lots of butter!).
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#7 John 2012-06-05 19:21
Thank you for that tip. I will definitely be looking into that!! :lol:
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#6 maureen 2012-05-17 12:26
If you contact Outbback Steakhouse Inc. they will give you the nutrirional values as outback owns carrabbas, bonefish, flemings and Roys Asian fusion
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#5 John 2012-03-01 10:08
Hey Patricia,

I am still waiting to get the nutritional information from them. They have told me a few times that I emailed them that they are working on it. For now you can use the following site for some nutritional information. I'm not sure how accurate this is, as users like you and I would input the information in. But it's a start.


I'll be sure to post on the homepage when this restaurant and others marked with the (*) finally have the nutritional information available.
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#4 Patricia 2012-03-01 10:01
How long before the nutritional info and the points system will be in place. I love this restaurant but will not go there until I can find something within the Weight Watchers point system that works for those of us who want to stay at least moderately within our point range. Thanks :-* :-* :-* :-* :-*
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#3 Julie 2011-12-18 14:23
Follow the basic WW rules, nothing fried, nothing in cream sauce or cooked with butter. Grilled Fish naked is the best, you know salmon is higher in points so plan accordingly. Use your 49 extra weekly points, get the dressing on the side or if you want it all, cut it in half and do some more exercise. No deprivation there. They have plenty of fresh veggie choices, get a shrimp cocktail with sauce on the side. Can't help you with your cosmo or alcohol choices. good luck
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#2 John 2011-10-19 14:52
If you look at the top of the page it explains why there is no nutrition information listed.

"Weight Watchers Points and Points Plus values for Bonefish Grill cannot be calculated as they do no note have nutrition information available. If and when they do provide nutritional information, this page will be updated. For now, you can look through their menu items below. If you want to see more information about something in particular, please go to bonefishgrill.com."

I am sorry I cannot provide more information. If they do decide to ever release nutritional information for Bonefish Grill, I will be more than happy to update this page.

However, you can use this site for an estimated value of calories, carbs, etc... and calculate the points values yourself using our calculators on the front page.


The reason I do not put these values and calculate the points on my website is because this information is supplied by people like you and I and not nutritionists or employees of Bonefish Grill.

Thanks for understanding and please take note that on the restaurant list that all restaurants listed with a (*) before the restaurant name means that this restaurant does not provide any nutrition information.

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#1 Connie Custin 2011-10-19 14:34
I don't understand why there is a list of menu items but no information regarding points or key ingredient information so points can be calculated. As it is the website is of no use to Weight Watcher participants which means I can't eat at the restaurant because I can't decide what to order. :sad:
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