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Double Barrel

$7.50 · 16 Reviews

The toast came rather tiny for the price tag. The sourdough is toasted till crispy. Toppings of avocado cubes, marinated cherry tomatoes and feta are decent. Very well seasoned. Overall a good piece of toast but left me barely filled.

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Avocado on thin sourdough toast with various toppings. I tried 3 different types for lunch :
Avo toast with scrambled eggs, feta & rocket / with paprika shrimp & tomato / with ham & mozzarella.

Most of my friends commented “where’s the avo” when I posted this picture up on my ig story. Also, i shared this with a friend but as the avocado & sourdough were thinly sliced, we were still hungry & had to get another round of lunch immediately after. Ended up spending so much just for lunch in one day. .
📍 @avorush. #02-23, Asia Square Tower 2, Singapore 018961
💵 : swipe to see pricing in menu
👄 : Will I return? Nope
🌟 : Tips - there’s a breakfast set that is cheaper.

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Surprised at how good the #protein plates are at Avorush, which I thought only had overpriced avocatoasts.
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Their simple ‘Back to Basics’ ($5.50), which features simply thin slices of avocado sat atop toasted sourdough bread. The avocado is dressed in a drizzle of lemon juice and seasoned with salt, black pepper and a sprinkle chilli flakes.

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Regular sized ($9nett) plate of goodness: choose 1 Base (quinoa/bulgar/mesclun & more), 1 Protein (chicken breast), 2 toppings, 1 dressing and 1 special avocado side (avo-mango-salsa/guacamole/sliced avocado). The portion was decent for a good lunch! And I’m definitely coming back for those yummy-looking avo toasts


As the name suggests, they specialise in avocado - think toasts from $5 and filling grain bowls starting at $9 for a protein, 2 sides, a base and a sauce. Things to go for: Beetroot Hummus, guacamole and salmon.
The food was not bad at all, but the operational aspects may need some ironing out. Go before 2pm, if you don’t want to face the possibility of OOS on the avocado/guacamole. Expect a fair amount of waiting time as they cook your proteins on order. We also had to return a plate of what I’d like to believe is a one-time slip up on the prawns.
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Avocado toast fans will have a whale of a time eating their way through the menu at this spot at the Food Garden in Asia Square Tower 2. The delicious options may also inspire those who have fallen off the clean eating bandwagon to get back on. The toasts, served on customised bread by Maison Kayser, are a favourite — there are nine options including You're My Toast ($6.50) that sees bread slathered in mashed avo topped with oregano roasted tomatoes in balsamic glaze, and Double Barrel ($7.50) that combines mozzarella, ham and smashed avocado. If you're really looking to fill up, consider their grain bowls instead, which are more substantial and generous with the toppings. Burppler Rueann Dass ordered the Large Grain Bowl ($13) that comes with two bases, two proteins and three toppings. She likes the bulgur (cracked wheat) base for its interesting, mildly spicy seasoning, and recommends paying an extra $1 each for both the paprika shrimp and Moroccan salmon as protein. Despite Avorush's avocado focus, the bowls actually don't come heaped with avocado, so bear that in mind when you're deciding between the toasts and bowls.
Avg price: $10
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Blueskies Cottonclouds

Despite the price tags usually associated with things slathered in avocado, I’ll still cave in once in a while. The Double Barrel comes generously slathered in avocado and though you can’t see it, bits of mozzarella as well. Really tasty and the sourdough was jusssst right in terms of texture.

While this satisfied the avo cravings, I’d say go for their grain bowls if you’re hungry cause those are really generous with the toppings (except maybe the avocados. Go figure).