If you’re trundling 40 metres below London's steet level by tube and in desparate need of an avocado fix - don't despair!
The World Avocado Organisation have created a handy map called London's Avo' Pit Stops that'll help you navigate your way to the next refuelling stop.
Popular stations have been allocated avocado addresses, allowing you to re-surface at the right spot and take your pick of avocado destinations around the capital.
In a genius idea the iconic London tube map has been re-fashioned into an avocado pear shaped one of course, highlighting the best avocado dishes at nearly 40 restaurants and cafes on all the tube lines.
So, if breakfast is in order, alight at Charing Cross for a salmon and avocado bagel at Bronte, if lunchtime is calling, hop off at Bank for avocado tuna poke bowl, and come dinner time mind the gap at Mansion House for avocado and cornish crab.
Click on the map to enlarge, or see the full list of avocado destinations below:
London's Avo Pit Stops:
What to eat and where:
Aldgate – The Alchemist – Avocado California roll
Bank – Kaia at the Ned – Avocado tuna poke bowl
Barbican – Ask for Janice – Avocado on sourdough toast
Bayswater – Granger & Co – Avocado tuna poke salad
Blackfriars – Joe’s Kitchen – Avocado on sourdough toast
Bond Street – The Riding House Café – Avocado smoothie
Cannon Street – 1 Lombard Street – Avocado matcha green tea smoothie
Chancery Lane – Natural Kitchen – Avocado, halloumi and eggs
Charing Cross – Bronte – Avocado salmon bagel
Covent garden – Avobar – The name says it all
Edgware Road – Beany Green – Avocado Shakshouka
Euston Square – The Megaro Eatery – Avocado on toast
Farringdon – Smiths of Smithfield – Avocado and mushroom burger
Gloucester Road – Coco Momo – Avocado and chili on toast
Goodge Street – Oscar Bar & Restaurant – Avocado and poached eggs on toast
Green Park – Le Caprice – Avocado spinach and kale salad
High Street Kensington – The Ivy Kensington Brasserie – Avocado spinach benedict
Holborn – Hubbard & Bell – Avocado greens smoothie
Hyde Park Corner – Serpentine Bar & Kitchen – Avocado streaky bacon sandwich
Knightsbridge – Richoux – Avocado club sandwich
Lancaster Gate – Salt & Honey Bistro – Avocado and hash browns
Leicester Square – Chilangos – Smashed avocado
Liverpool Street – The Good Yard – Avocado, salmon and kale protein box
Lombard Street – Avocado matcha green tea smoothie
Mansion House – Cecconis – Avocado and Cornish crab
Marble Arch – Selfridges – “Avo Lato” avocado gelato
Moorgate – 1901 Restaurant – Avocado and poached eggs on toast
Notting Hill Gate – Electric Diner – Avocado on toast
Oxford Circus – The Breakfast club – Avocados and English muffin
Piccadilly Circus – Casita Andina – Avocado tune ceviche
Queensway – VQ restaurants – Avocado cobb salad
Regent’s Park – The Providores – Avocado and feta cheese on toast
Russel Square – Gail’s – Avocado and egg bun
St Pauls – Café Below – Avocado and pomegranate on toast
Temple – The Delaunay – Avocado and beetroot tartare
St James Park – Avenue – Avocado on sourdough toast
Tottenham Court Road – CevicheSoho – Avocado salad
Victoria – Victoria Rail House Café – Avocado and eggs Florentine
Warren Street – The Refinery – Avocado hummus
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