9 places to get your avocado fix in London

In salads, dips or smoothies... read on for our guide to London’s favourite fruit.
Uncover the best London spots to enjoy avocado dishes, and don’t forget to snap a few pictures for your feed.

Caravan London

Discover what is possibly London’s most famous avocado on toast at Caravan London. Available at all of the restaurant’s five locations, this brunch classic features pickled red onion, sprouts, cheese and pumpkin seeds. Go all out and add the obligatory poached egg on top.

El Pastor


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Head to El Pastor, a Mexican taqueria, to discover the flavours of authentic guacamole. You can also try the sesame tuna tostada and the El Pastor salad with lettuce, cheese, Mexican oregano, totopos and… avocado.


For a refreshing lunch, venture to Ethos. This joint, serving meat-free food, caters for a large number of dietary requirements, such as vegan, gluten-free and dairy-free. Try the heritage tomato salad with avocado and caramelised onions, and don’t forget to have a look at the dessert menu.

Kua 'Aina

Tuck into a tasty burger with a Hawaiian twist at Kua ‘Aina, a restaurant famous for its lava-rock chargrilled burgers. Head to the Carnaby St location to treat yourself to The Duke, a bacon and avocado burger that will have you wondering why you've never included avocado before.


Sip on an avocado cocktail at Sushisamba. This Peruvian, Japanese and Brazilian fusion restaurant serves up the pistachio and avocado batida cocktail, a creamy mix of avocado, with pistachio orgeat, cacao and cachaça for the kick.

Rail House Café

If you're looking for an alternative to the smashed avo brunch, pay a visit to Rail House Café. Its extensive breakfast menu includes avocado and chard florentine as well as an avocado shakshuka with eggs, parsley and feta. Wash it all down with an avo smoothie with pumpkin seed milk, cacao, banana, coconut oil, dates and vanilla.


Avocado ice cream? Yes, that’s possible, courtesy of Snowflake at Selfridges, which specialises in luxury gelato. The Avolato is made of 60 per cent avocado, served in an avocado skin, and complete with a nut butter stone.


Stop by Supernatural inside Canary Wharf station to sample one of its delicious avocado smoothies. Those looking for a low sugar option can go for the Fibre Boost, with spinach, lemon and apple, while the Incredible Hulk is great for an all-round health kick and includes spinach, spirulina, banana and coconut milk.


Meet other avocado fans at Avobar, London’s only all-avocado cafe in Covent Garden. Each California-inspired dish features everyone’s favourite brunch fruit; the menu includes multiple variations of avo toast, avocado bun veggie burgers and even avocado-based desserts.
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