Food Trucks That Serve Great Breakfast For Cheap On Temple University’s Campus


Good morning! Afternoon? Evening? No matter what the time is, there is nothing wrong with having breakfast for dinner. But wait! Do you have no idea what to eat? Well, there are a couple of places that serve the best breakfast (in my opinion) on campus. We know that most of you guys do not have that much time in the morning before class, but if you do or if you want to grab something to eat behind class then check out the following options.  There are so many great food trucks that serve great breakfast for cheap on Temple University’s Campus. You wouldn’t want to miss this opportunity!

1. Foot Long

Best option: Pancake sandwich ($0.25 for an additional topping) includes: bacon, sausage, and/or ham.

2. Richie’s

Best options: Bacon, egg and cheese is my go to! It’s quick and there’s great customer service.

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3. Bagel Hut

Best option: Asiago bagel with honey glazed cream cheese.

4. Ali’s Middle Eastern

Best option: Egg, cheese, peppers, and onions on a bagel or omelette.

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5. Champ’s Diner

Best option: You might as well go for one of each on the menu, it’s that good.
ALSO, check out the food truck from this place on campus.

Come, let us go on this food adventure together.

 

Do you know of other food trucks or restaurants that serve Great Breakfast For Cheap On Temple University’s Campus?
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Sofia Thomson

Sofia was born and raised in Philadelphia. She's a rising senior at Temple, majoring in psychology on a pre-PT track. The first love of her life is food as it has never failed to lift her up. The second love(s) of her life are definitely her friends. She's a huge Korean drama fanatic and could sit there and watch it for days...except of course when she's hungry again. She likes to draw, but words are how she likes to express herself the best. Her experience at Temple has been anything but cliché and she's still learning a lot about herself and the world around her, and she wants to use her words to share that experience with others.

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