The Real Greek, the Clapham House Group brand, has decided to continue to display calorie information on its menus. The chain, which operates six restaurants across London, calculated the calories in conjunction with the Food Standards Agency (FSA) as part of its trial across the industry. However, the chain has now decided to continue with the experiment. Liz Williams, the chain's managing director, said that as a result of the move sales of lower calorie dishes such as grilled halloumi (151 calories) had gone up at the expense of high calorie items. As a result, one such dish, deep fried whitebait, has now been replaced by grilled asparagus at 140 calories a portion and lahanosalata at 134.