Dude, a cheat meal is a cheat meal. Eat it, enjoy, and move on to your regular diet. If inducing less "damage" (can't think of a better way to put it) with a cheat meal works better for you mentally and physically, then that's fine.
I can't do huge cheats, nor do I do well with most deep fried foods. But I can cheat with a few slices of pizza, some of those lightly fried tempura sushi rolls with all sorts of other stuff in and on them (spicy mayo, crunch flakes, cream cheese, canned pineapple, etc), and some other items that don't upset my stomach for a day. Oily Indian food is off limits for me.