Everything HoL told you is right.
You need to find your maintenance caloric level first. 15 x bodyweight is a good starting point. So you're 207, meaning you're going to need roughly 3100 calories to stay at the same weight. So given that you're trying to lose some of that, I'd go with HoL's suggestion of eating 2500 cals a day, equating to a -500 caloric deficit which should yield 1-1.5lb of fat loss per week.
Don't make the mistake of thinking that if you eat as much under maintenance as possible, you'll lose more fat. You won't. In fact, your body will cling onto it much more easily as it thinks you're starving! 1100 is FAR too low. 2.5k as a starting point; weigh yourself weekly.
Good foods to eat off the top of my head ~ Oats, Eggs, Lean Meats (Chicken, Trimmed Steaks etc), Pasta, Rice, Milk, Vegetables, Fruits, Tuna, Salmon, Almonds etc
Just eat as clean as you can. Avoid junk.
You're going to want to do weights whilst your doing this also. It speeds the process up and promotes fat loss and not muscle loss. A good macro-nutrient ratio is 40% protien, 40% carbs with 20% fats (over your daily caloric intake). So thats 1g of protein per 1lb of LBM (Lean Body Mass; Weight minus Body Fat).
Eat plenty of HEALTHY fats. Omega 3 & Omega 6. Almonds, Walnuts, Salmon are king. Fish oil capsules are great. They have many benefits.
A good link for you ~
Sorry I'm rambling. I just woke up so couldn't be bothered to structure this properly.