Left the office later than usual tonight, which meant that stopping at Whole Foods on the way home was out of the question. So I cheated and swung by M Café de Chaya on Melrose/La Brea. I know, I know—it’s macrobiotic. And yes, one of the chefs used to be personal chef to one of the most self-enchanted people on the planet (Gywnnie). But if you can get past those two road blocks, the food is actually quite good—and relatively guilt-free. Like the kale with spicy peanut sauce and red onions, or the beet quinoa with lemon zest. Quinoa, btw, is a complete protein, so that acted as my main course with the kale on the side. My husband went for a grilled tuna burger with pickled red onions, daikon sprouts and yuzu mayo on a whole bun with a side of wasabi potato salad. The sesame soba noodles are also great, but probably a little less angelic.