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Templeton The

1087 Granville St
Vancouver, BC V6Z 1L4

(604) 685-4612

Rating: Unrated
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777 Burger With Bbq Big Bowl O'soup Big Bowl o'vegan Chili Blt With Veggie Bacon Breakfast Brunch Standout Bustling Chili Cheese Fries Diner Downtown Farmer's Breakfast Good For: Brunch Good Value Huevos Rancheros W/ Tofu Kid Friendly Mangled Eggs Noise Level: Average nourriture restaurant

Hours: Mon-Thu, Sun 9 am - 11 pm Fri-Sat 9 am - 1 am
Status: Open
Payment Methods: Visa, MasterCard, Cash


This classic diner serves nostalgic comfort food. Plug a quarter in the jukebox and enjoy free-range eggs and organic bacon for breakfast or catch a movie on the big screen and dig into a gourmet burger and milkshake for dinner. $. B/L/D (daily).
by whereca on May 31, 2014 from whereca

Editorial Reviews

Assertively charming service, delicious, heaping portions, a pocket-friendly price point, and local, organic ingredients make this one of Vancouver's premier retro diners. The BBB burger ($14.50) is done properly: the kitchen isn't afraid to show a little pink in the organic ground beef and its served with your choice of chunky crispy fries, soup, salad, or garlic mashed potatoes. Five-dollar...
by vanmag on October 08, 2009 from vanmag
True, the booths, stools, and working jukeboxes are pure '50s, but the handmade turkey sausage, free-range eggs, and rosemary potatoes are perfectly contemporary. Despite the porn shops lining that end of Granville Street, the Templeton maintains a sweet mystique that attracts maroon-haired bohemians and folksy 20-somethings. <br/><br/>Served in jumbo mugs, the brew is sweet and unassuming. <br/><br/>Three...
by vanmag on February 10, 2009 from vanmag
From the ever-changing witticisms on the sidewalk sign to the charming servers and vintage '50's decor, this is funky writ large, with family-friendly comfort food from soups and salads to unpretentious "gourmet" burgers and homestyle specialties like mac and cheese. The Big A@s Breakfast with three organic eggs, french toast and turkey sausage means business, as does the free wi-fi. Phenomenal...
by blackbookmag on November 08, 2008 from blackbookmag
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