The Temple Grill in New Haven, Connecticut serves patrons a delicious variety of signature sandwiches, as well as a build-your-own pasta menu and a selection of appetizers, while they enjoy a glass of wine in the relaxed atmosphere. The simple menu is filled with high-quality ingredients that elevate salads and sandwiches to something that borders on gourmet, and guests can also choose from a sampling of entrees such as grilled teriyaki chicken skewers or the Temple Grill’s signature seafood pie.
Customization is king at Temple Grill. Diners receive a salad card upon arrival, which they can use to create their own salad from the long list of ingredients and toppings. Build your own sandwich or pasta dish, and enjoy a variety of gluten-free options as well.
A friend and I had a wonderful meal using the SALAD CARD at this restaurant. Great selection of greens, add ons, dressings. Service was attentive and efficient. Music was nice too. Highly recommment. Parking in New Haven is an issue - we parked at the Omni Hotel across the street which was $6.40 per hour. Pretty steep for parking. But the meal was great and offset our gripe about parking cost.
Cute place- really good burgers. Small with tight seating.
I used to like Temple for the build your own salad. They now charge you .25 per vegetable and the other additions were a little excessive as well. For what would be an $11-$13 salad anywhere else was almost $20.
They also charge you to add lettuce and tomato to a burger.
I don't like when restaurants nickel and dime.
Also, the quality wasn't there for the price.
Brought my teenage son and daughter here for lunch. The place has a nice casual feel and the waitress was very attentive. The veggie burger was delicious! My son made his own pulled pork and sautéed onion sandwich. He finished every bite! Best fries I’ve had in a long time.
We dined at Temple Grill during the New Haven restaurant week. GREAT food, excellent service. Will recommend to friends and come back again in the future.
Went for restaurant week. Got a new server who messed a few things up and the stuffing in the lobster was too much and too sweet. Better on a average day with a average menu.