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prima | Jun 5, 201606:56 AM    

I had a quick dinner at Templeton's on Augusta, and I was surprised the food was cheaper than similar food might cost elsewhere. The small salads cost $4.50, and a similar salad would be closer to $8 elsewhere.

Quite a few mains were $8 or $9, and the Somersby Cider was $5.50 when quite a few places charge $7.50. Not sure which are the best dishes to order, but the chicken quesadilla was decent (equivalent to other pub quesadillas, maybe more generous with the peppers and onions), eggplant sandwich and fries were fine as were the avocado spring rolls and strawberry /avocado /melon/spinach salad. Nice to find a place for a cheap and decent salad, that has a patio.
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