There's A Shop In The CBD That Sells Nine Types Of Avocado Toasts From $5.50

Calling all avocado toast lovers!

If you’re passionate about avocado toast – and really, just avocado anything in general – you’ll love what the people at Avorush are plating up.

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A new concept hailing from the land down under, this avocado lover’s heaven is tucked away in Asia Square’s Food Garden, smack dab in the CBD.

With a name like “Avorush”, you more or less know what to expect. Here, they serve – in their own words – “avocado everything”, putting a fresh spin on the classic avocado dishes we’re familiar with.

More of a takeaway spot, Avorush has a small dine-in area that’s perfect for diners who want to sit down for a quick bite during breakfast or lunch, and then rush off to work.

Avocado Toast Galore

If you love your avocado toast, you’ll be ecstatic to know that there are NINE avocado toast options on Avorush’s menu.

Priced affordably from $5.50 – $7.50, you’ll have a hard time picking just one to eat.

One of the bestsellers here is Goodfellas ($6.50), which consists of sourdough toast with fluffy scrambled eggs, feta, rocket, and avocado.

Avocado & Shrimp (Image Credit: Chee Kuen)

The Avocado & Shrimp ($7.50) is another crowd favourite, consisting of the same sourdough toast with juicy paprika shrimp, cherry tomatoes, and generous cubes of avocado laid over the top.

One of our favourites is Over The Top ($6.50), which comprises a poached egg, tahini, cherry tomatoes, feta, and smashed avocado on a toasted sourdough bread. The toast is super savoury from the tahini sauce, and we love the way it combines with the brightness of the tomatoes and the creaminess of the avocado.

Over The Top (Image Credit: Chee Kuen)

The sourdough bread used in Avorush’s avocado toast is definitely worth a mention. Not at all tough like some sourdough breads tend to be, the bread has a satisfying crunch when you bite into it, and has a light savoury flavour that complements the avocado and the other ingredients laid over it.

Other options here are the Vegan Stack ($6.50) which contains beetroot hummus, sliced avocado and lemon; and You’re Toast ($6.50), which features Oregano roasted tomatoes and a balsamic glaze on a bed of avocado.

Each portion includes only a single slice of toast, which makes it great for a light bite during breakfast or tea time, but not so great for a full lunch or dinner. That said, you can always double up and order more toast if you’re feeling extra hungry!

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Whatever you (eventually) decide, pair your avocado toast with a cuppa for the perfect way to start your day! The coffee here is made from freshly roasted coffee beans from Allpress Espresso, flown in from Melbourne. 

Avo Beyond The Arvo

At Avorush, avocadoes are not just something you eat for breakfast. The menu is designed such that you can have your avocado all day, everyday, in a variety of ways so you’ll never get bored.

While Avorush’s avocado toasts are available starting from 7.30am, at 11am, their offerings expand to include avocado bowls. You can build your own avo-bowl out of their selection of bases, proteins, toppings, avo specials, and dressings.

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A regular bowl will cost $9 while a large bowl will set you back $13.

Avo toasts and bowls aside, Avorush also serves avocado milkshakes! Pick from Avo Vanilla ($5.90), Post Workout ($6.90) and Matcha Dream ($6.90).

Oh, and did we mention, they don’t charge GST here? That means the price you see on the menu is exactly what you pay.

Whatever the time of the day, drop by Avorush to get your avo rush – your stomachs will surely thank you for it!

Avorush
Address: #02-23 Food Garden, 12 Marina View, Asia Square Tower 2, Singapore 018961
Opening Hours: Mon – Fri: 7.30am – 8.30pm, Sat: 9am – 3pm, Closed on Sun
Contact no.: 
82514776
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