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Temple Street Eatery Offers Fast-Casual Modern Asian, Craft Beer, and More

Fort Lauderdale has come a long way in its dining scene over the past few years, but the city has been lagging behind in the Asian department all along.

Sure, there have been Chinese restaurants, a Vietnamese spot, a million Thai-sushi joints, and a recently opened modern Asian concept on Las Olas (Bao Las Olas); however, for those who crave the full-flavored fare found across the continent, there has been much to be desired.

Until now.

The brand new Temple Street Eatery is now offering fast-casual modern Asian fare, craft beer, interesting sake, and wines at prices even the most budget-conscious can afford.

See Also: Bao Las Olas Seeks to Expand South Florida's Taste for Asian Cuisine

The vibe here is Asian-industrial. Edison bulbs hang over the slate bar; wood tables are set with bottles of chop-sticks and chili oil; menu items are written on chalkboard walls above the open kitchen; a koi-adorned fabric hangs between the dining room and the back of the house.

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Sara Ventiera

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