Urban Vancouver Review

REVIEW: www.urbanvancouver.com

Re-opened in 1996 as the oldest classic Canadian diner in the area, complete with jukeboxes and continuous media hype, the Templeton is small, friendly, with a diverse clientele from suits to near-homeless. A patio is being prepared in the back to be open in the summer. Modernized food, such as house salad with raspberry vinaigrette and toasted almonds; 666 burger with pickled beets served with mashed potatoes “no fillers and made the way Mum intended except for the wine we added” $7.50; Portobello mushroom burger with roasted garlic and asiago served with salad and mashed potatoes. The plates are well presented, filling and imaginative. Decent wines for the locale, and beer. [more…]

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