Lunch in the Market : Templeton’s Cafe


Just before Easter, when I wrote about going to a new-to-me shop in Kensington Market, called Good Egg (here) I mentioned that we'd had lunch with Andrea that same day. We went to a place called Templeton's Cafe, at 319 Augusta Avenue. Nick and I had been there before, last summer, when we took some friends who were visiting from out of town (shown here). That time we'd sat outside on their patio drinking beer. It was a good time and the experience left me wanting to come back and try out the food sometime. So that's where we went for a late lunch on a sunny Sunday afternoon.

Now I almost don't want to write about the place and keep it all to myself, because it's pretty small and I imagine it fills right up. We were able to get a table because we went at an odd time, and even then all the tables filled up quickly.

I loved the decor (just look at those paint colours), the pitchers of Sangria and the delicious food. They played excellent music while we were there too.









Templeton's is relaxed and fun, and the prices are very good. It was the perfect place to go with a couple of my favourite people in the whole wide world.



Thanks for checking out my post.
xo loulou
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4 Responses to Lunch in the Market : Templeton’s Cafe

  1. Vix says:

    That looks gorgeous, no wonder you’re reluctant to reveal its whereabouts. I’m loving the colours of the walls, too. xxx

  2. love this cute bistro! those fries look heavenly- dinner is calling my name growl! xO!

  3. Julie says:

    ooh, I haven’t been there before, but it looks amazing! And that pitcher of sangria, yum.

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