Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Madosh! Avocado Cafe @ Tokyo

All about avocados: Practically everything on Madosh's menu has an arresting association with avocados, from rice bowls topped with avocado balls & raw tuna to fried avocados stuffed with mozzarella & ham - even the pork served here is said to be avocado-fed. Complete your avocado-addicted meal at this trendy, youth-targeting hangout with an extra-creamy avocado tiramisu, avocado coffee (avoppuccino, anyone?) & avocado cocktails such as the frozen avogarita. Green is good, indeed.

Madosh! Avocado Cafe
Shimo Kitazawa, Setagaya, Tokyo, Japan.

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10 comments:

  1. More and more stuff from them - this must be the Japanese Occupation, the sequel. Hehehehehe!!!!

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    1. Suituapui: heheh, or a reverse occupation, in our case! :D i don't mind culinary invasions at all ...

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  2. Oooo!!! I would be perfectly happy there as I love avocados!

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    1. Phong Hong: me too ... i would love a cafe like this to open in KL :D

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  3. Everything with avocados? You must be happy! Hehehe.

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    1. CK: heheh, very happy ... the more avocados the better :D

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  4. Oh my.. are avocadoes easy to get in Japan? LOL
    Love avocadoes but they are damn expensive here!

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    1. Rebecca: i'm suspecting avocados would be a 'premium' product nearly everywhere, but ya, an avocado cafe in KL would have to charge quite a lot for its food and drinks ;)

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  5. lately i have been travelling twice a year to Japan for concerts and events. next trip is just this coming Sunday.
    how's the price? may just go if time permits

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    1. Jeffrey: oh, i don't recall the exact prices, but definitely reasonable, similar to normal cafe prices ;)

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