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Food was good but the waitress with short hair was so rude that it completely put me off my meal. The other waitress was very nice, but unfortunately we were served by the waitress who clearly has an attitude problem.
I'm from Los Angeles. In LA, Avocado is a very popular and common food. Not so much in Asia. After a little while in Asia I had moved on from my avocado lifestyle of the past. That was until I saw this place and realized...that this little cafe in Harajuku had out did the California avocado lifestyle with little regards to reason. And that's ok. Avocado, tuna, rice bowl? Yummy, reasonable and heathy! Avocado spring roll? Absolutely brilliant. Avocado Tiramisu? You guessed it, terrible. But that's ok, they are pushing the boundaries of culinary science and sometimes they push too far! Get the Avocado Margarita for sure though.More
Really enjoyed the Avacado Green Curry lunch, with a green smoothie, at this spot. Service was good, taste was excellent. Seems like the Avocado theme has really hit the trend not just for melt in your mouth but for the popularity too. A lineup and...wait, but takeouts also available.More
We visited here for a quick lunch while sightseeing. Service was in excellent English, the menu options were explained to us and the food arrived quickly.
Two of us opted for the meal deal (1800 for avocado smoothie, main meal, soup and soft drink) and...one just had a main. The smoothie was gorgeous and the mains excellent and healthy too!
Good value, wifi and a toilet too!More
Found this place tucked in near Takeshita street.... my friends and I love avocados so obviously had to stop here. The atmosphere is great - we sat outside but the entire restaurant is very cute. Their avopuccinos are absolutely delicious. We got the curry and...the tuna dishes, and both were great. Reasonably priced for sure.More
Small restaurant was very busy during lunchtime, but we waited for a table and weren't disappointed. Avocado smoothies were delicious. Really liked the deep fried avocado/tomato/mozzarella, and the negi toro avocado don. Smoked salmon avocado roll also yummy. Healthy and tasty. Recommend if you want...to try something new and fresh.More
As an avocado lover, I just had to try this place and I was not disappointed!
The meals all looks great and my rice bowl with teriyaki sauce was delicious.
The place feels very fresh and the owners father was so friendly. If I lived...nearby I would probably come here everyday.
Try it! It's just a few minutes walk from the bottom of Takeshita streetMore
It was my second time in this amazing avocado-restaurant...When you enter the room, you just feel like being home...you instantly feel comfirtable and so cosy...
They have two dishes for vegetarians...we took the avocado with rice and soy meat which is pretty good...I can recommend...the combo (a soup, a sooo yummy avocado smoothie, a main dish, all-you-can-drink softdrinks and snacks and a avocado with a soft boiled egg inside)...it is enough to share it for two people...the comco is 2'200¥...
There are some cool books to read and it is the perfect location to get a break from the busy streets of Tokyo...even just for a nice drink..
the staff is really really nice and funny aswell...one of the girls from the staff even gave us two fresh avocados as a gift, which was super sweets :) Will go back againMore
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Shibuya / Harajuku / Ebisu
There are countless opportunities to shop in the Shibuya and Harajuku districts, especially in shops that focus on Japan's "Kawaii" culture. The trendiest areas are around Shibuya’s Center district, Harajuku's Takeshita-dori and in Omotesando. If you need to recharge from all the shopping, you can easily refresh yourself in Meiji Jingu or Sasaki Park. In contrast, Ebisu has a more grown up ambiance of calm and cool.
At the Museum of Yebisu Beer you can learn about the beer that was responsible for the town’s name, and enjoy dining at the popular noodle shops in the surrounding area.