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Where to eat in Temple? #8941349 10/22/23 09:24 PM
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Headed there next weekend, give me some ideas

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Jody’s great burgers salads and killer chicken tenders. Oscar Store east of town in Oscar . CFS, burgers are huge, catfish etc. Love Saigon Cafe on the loop for Chinese and Thai. Pignetti’s downtown for higher end

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Yep, Oscar Store is well worth the short drive out there.


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Millers smokehouse.

https://millerssmokehouse.com/

I never pass this place unless they are closed, like 407 the sides are outstanding.


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East of Temple is Green's Sausage House. The food is ok, the service is terrible, but the meat counter is da bomb. Good prices for their meats.

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Originally Posted by texasag93
East of Temple is Green's Sausage House. The food is ok, the service is terrible, but the meat counter is da bomb. Good prices for their meats.


Totally Agree cheers

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Old Jody’s is about the only place I’d eat in temple/belton.

Greens is good but no dinner. Great bacon and sausage I keep wanting to try their processing for deer sausage

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Originally Posted by mooney_ag
Old Jody’s is about the only place I’d eat in temple/belton.

Greens is good but no dinner. Great bacon and sausage I keep wanting to try their processing for deer sausage


I've used Green's for a few deer.. Not cheap but their smoked sausage is REALLY good.

Temple is a Mecca of chain restaurants. Very little unique food there. They have a Cheeve's Brothers steakhouse if you feel like paying for good service
and a slightly better than average steak. Their baked potatoes, however, are outstanding.

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