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The Avocado Show set to open new London restaurant in September

The concept was founded in 2017 by Ron Simpson and Julien Zaal.

The Avocado Show, the Amsterdam-based restaurant franchise offering a selection centered around sustainably sourced avocados, is coming to London.

Set to open its doors in September, the outlet will be within the Mayfair-Soho area on Princes Street near Oxford Circus and will have seating for 50 guests.

The concept was founded in 2017 by Ron Simpson and Julien Zaal, which subsequently expanded to Brussels and Madrid. 

The Avocado Show previously launched a pop-up store for Londoners in 2019.

"We are very excited to work with such great partners and see our dream becoming a reality in these amazing new markets and are looking forward to establishing The Avocado Show globally as a socially responsible and profitable venture that will bring joy to avo lovers for years to come," Simpson said in a statement.

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