Well, I can't vouch for the WLS friendly part because every restaurant is different but my old WW leader had a great tip for egg roll lovers. If you call your favorite Chinese restaurant and talk to the owner, they will sell you the egg rolls assembled but not fried. They usually make them 2 or 3 days a week, fry them quickly and then freeze them until ordered. My boss and I were doing WW together, so we would call and order like 20 a week and have them for snacks. You just put them on a cookie sheet and spray them with a little cooking spray and sprinkle them with garlic powder. Bake them for like 30 minutes, flipping once. They get a good crunch, though not quite to the fried consistency. They easily keep in the fridge for up to a week. They contain almost all cabbage and the wraps are low calorie. I used to order shrimp rolls because they tend to have more meat than the pork ones. I think that would be the best option for WLS so you can get more protein.