I’m still recovering from my birthday two weeks ago!! I got a cold the day after, but boy, did I have a fun day, one of the best!! So, I am finally catching up on all of things I did that day and I travelled from North County to South County. The first stop was Kitchenette, the new breakfast and lunch spot on Main Street in Templeton.
Kitchenette is the second restaurant of brothers Chris and Mike Kobayashi. Chris is head chef of Kitchenette as well as Artisan in Paso Robles. Mike handles hospitality for both. Kitchenette is a contemporary, well, Kitchenette. It’s small, bright and intimate. They have indoor seating with a breakfast bar and a nice outdoor patio. The subway tiles behind the coffee bar area is a nice touch that make the Kitchenette logo pop and goes well with the light blue walls, recycled old windows and the stainless steel of the kitchen and accessories.
The Kitchenette menu has a great number of choices and it was hard for me to figure out what to order; it all looked so good! The food is farm fresh from local sources. I ended up ordering the breakfast burrito with organic eggs, hash brown croquette, bacon, guacamole, and tomatillo. I got some homemade salsa with the order, poured it over the burrito and it was de-lish! I also ordered a cold pressed coffee that can beat out any coffee chain for fresh taste. I know I will definitely visit again to keep knocking off menu items.
Kitchenette is open daily from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. for breakfast and 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. for lunch. They have fresh pastries and coffee for early birds at 7 a.m. , Monday-Friday.
105 S. Main Street
Templeton, CA 93465