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Pop-up Avobar to launch permanent casual dining restaurant

03 August 2018 by
Pop-up Avobar to launch permanent casual dining restaurant

Avobar, the avocado themed pop-up that opened last year, is setting up a permanent operation in Covent Garden, London.

The restaurant, which describes itself as "London's first all-avo casual dining concept" is set to open in Henrietta Street, where it previously operated as a pop-up.

The official launch date is set for 24 August.

While a formal menu is yet to be confirmed, dishes on the concept's Instagram page include avocado brownies, avocado cheesecake and vegan, gluten- and dairy-free avocado bun burgers.

The restaurant is currently looking to hire staff at all levels in both front and back of house positions.

Other challengers to the throne are Belli Freschi - an avocado-themed street food stall that operated in the now closed Last Days of Shoreditch night market in 2017 ­- and Cantina Laredo, a Mexican restaurant in Shoreditch that features a dedicated guacamole and tequila bar.

Picture: @avobarlondon

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