Yummy Sushi of Temecula: Don' Miss The Yum Yum Sushi
The sushi looks as good as it tastes. Sushi rolls, including fresh-fish rolls, baked rolls and tempura rolls, are the specialty. It is best restaurant in this town.
Favorite Dish: You might want to try the Chef's Seafood Mix Salad, which offers seven or eight kinds of fish.
Don't leave without trying dessert. Mochi ice cream wrapped with a rice cake.
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Swing Inn: breakfast must have
A very casual place open all day but specializing in breakfast -- fast, good and pretty inexpensive. Normally a bit busy because of its location in Old Town, but absolutely go and get filled up before hitting the antique stores.
Rosa's Cantina: The Local's Favorite
Rosa's Cantina is a Temecula original and my favorite Mexican food. It's a local fav. Make sure you go to the CANTINA, and not Rosa's CAFE down the road. It's not as good.
Favorite Dish: The pollo asada or the fajitas are some of their great dishes. And for vegetarians, their veggie burrito is the best I've tried! For dessert, the deep fried ice cream is delicious.
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There are lots of places to...
There are lots of places to eat in Temecula either at the winery or along the way. Some include Temet Grill, The Bank (Mexican), Rosa's Cantina, Cafe Champagne.
Champagne Cafe is the most sophisticated restaurant in the Temecula Valley. There is an outdoor terrace overlooking the vineyards.