1. The Avocado Show, Amsterdam
Pay homage to the creamy green superfood at this Amsterdam cafe. On the menu are smoothies, burgers, salads, sandwiches and more, all with avocado as their main ingredient.
Daniel Stalpertstraat 61
2. Maison de la Truffe, Paris
Located at Galeries Lafayette’s gourmet food hall, this atelier offers a range of truffle dishes. Choose individual items, such as scrambled eggs or caesar salad, which come with black truffle; or opt for the tasting selection, which includes cheese, ham and truffle specialities.
35 Boulevard Haussmann
3. HipChips, London
This London shop specialises in fresh crisps made from heritage potatoes like Red Emmalie, Violetta and Highland Black. They are served with savoury and sweet dips in flavours including smoky cheese fondue, katsu curry and creme brulee.
49 Old Compton St, Soho
4. Good Egg, Melbourne
Get eggs done every way you can imagine at this new cafe in south Melbourne. Its salad, burger and breakfast dishes all use open-range eggs from a farm in Daylesford.
303 Coventry St, South Melbourne
5. Leo’s Oyster Bar, San Francisco
You’ll find a range of seafood items at this San Francisco restaurant, but oysters are what it’s best known for. Enjoy Blue Pool, Olympia, Belon and other varieties, served raw, baked or fried.
568 Sacramento St
6. Do Cookie Dough Confections, New York
This Greenwich Village shop in the Big Apple serves cookie-dough desserts made from heat-treated eggs and ready-to-eat flour, so they’re safe to consume as is. Flavours include oatmeal M&Ms, sugar cookie, brownie batter, signature chocolate chip and commando (plain).
550 LaGuardia Place
7. The Pickle Guys, New York
You may know this Manhattan business for its extensive selection of pickled gherkins, olives, tomatoes and peppers. Now, you can look forward to its new Lower East Side eatery, which will specialise in fried pickles.
357 Grand St
– TEXT BY SASHA GONZALES
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This article was originally published by Singapore Press Holdings.