Where We Eat Avocado Toast In Hong Kong

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So we didn't only just call our brand after the most hyped fruit of the past years we also really do enjoy having our avo toast for breakfast or brunch. As we are based in Hong Kong we thought we could share the places where we had our avo toast lately.

The Winery

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Located on Connaught Road West in Sai Ying Pun you would at first not expect such an insta-worthy and chill place (we are talking about couches ladies). Untypical for Hong Kong "The Winery" offers high ceilings, an open-able window front and an interior to die for. They serve breakfast, lunch and dinner and thanks to their wide selection of food everybody should find something.

We came for the avocado toast of course and to be honest because we felt like working outside the office that day. Their mashed avo comes on a nicely toasted sourdough bread with peas, mint and feta. The taste is great and we highly recommend to check it out.

http://www.thewinery.hk/ 

 

The Cupping Room - Wan Chai

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Serving their customers at different locations all over the island "The Cupping Room" never disappoints. Clean and simple interior with constantly good food it is always worth stopping by for breakfast and lunch. Us personally - We prefer their branch in Wan Chai lately because of their marble tables. What to say but the Insta-game is strong.

Their avocado toast is delicious also because of their great bread and which we believe is roasted in a pan and not in the toaster or oven. It is served with a poached egg, fresh mayo sauce, radish, almond and some fresh herbs. Go get it! It is really yumms girls! And don't forget to order some coffee too. It is one of the best you can get in Hong Kong. Trust us!

https://www.facebook.com/Cuppingroomwanchai/

 

 

Urban Coffee Roasters at C-DOU

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Urban Coffee Roasters opened its third location on Pound Lane in Sheung Wan for six month only. The shop is bright and cosy and offers big or small tables. Also you can sit directly at their window front and watch people while trying to wake up - it's perfect. UCR are not only famous for their passion for coffee but also for their Australian brunch inspired food.

What's surely not missing is an avocado toast. The avo comes on a sourdoug bread together with poached eggs and a quinoa salad. We haven't seen this combination anywhere else in Hong Kong so far and we must say we like it!

Ps.: There will be a little surprise after you finished your toast :)

http://ucr.hk/