Between the huge roll, the fried zucchini and the 10in Santa Fe pizza, I think I ate about 1000 calories. For a grand total of 2020 calories.
Eating at a restaurant, it's hard to judge your caloric intake. That's why dinner is an estimate of what I ate. I ate at a locally owned restaurant where obtaining nutrition information is more difficult. Chains usually have nutrition information available in a brochure or on their website. With lunch, I was able to get complete nutrition information at Panera's website. The information for breakfast came off the package information. The problem with eating at home, with home cooked meals, (and I'm the one who does the cooking) is sampling during the preparation of it.