Almost everything I eat is comfort food.
(what I mean by that is)
I rarely eat for nutritional value only, I always eat "what I want" and I find that tends to make my diet more balanced.
I find that for someone with my psychology, it's more important to not mindlessly comfort eat, or over eat.
The only down side to this is availability.
While I eat everything, if I'm in the mood for something fresh (some salad, or greenery) it's often difficult to get something that isn't cooked (hot food) after 5pm in the day, or something that isn't fast food, after 11pm.
It's as if you need to eat your fresh greens "early" becasue that's the only time you can actually order them fresh. Bringing lunches with you is really off putting becasue things wilt in hot cars and sandwiches go all smushy. The best kind of food to bring with you is food that's again, not really good for you; bags of crisps or empty, crispy carbs with token amounts of greenery.
I'd much rather have my junk food, my dinners, my hot snacks, early in the day, and my greens and salads late at night or after gigs. But that's completely unrealistic in the world of late nights and long travelling that I find myself living in.