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Good healthy food (a bit pricey for what it is), but serving even the food that you eat in disposable containers with plastic cutlery and plastic cups - even when sitting in! Irresponsible and terrible for the environment. Go elsewhere
Abokado is in the vicinity of our corporate offices and I order takeaway food on a fairly regular basis.
I usually have the hot pot rice with curry (or similar spiced dishes such as chicken curry, sweet chili, katsu curry - you get the picture!),...More
Good range of hot and cold foods. Tasty noodle, rice and soup pots. The hot foods always taste fresh and have a good balance of flavours. Some of the smaller rice hot dishes are a bit dry unless extra sauce is requested. Really friendly and...More
Tucked into the corner of the vast atrium at 55 Baker St. this branch of Abokado benefits from 5 tables in the atrium with great indoor/outdoor benefits. My favourite spicy laksa type coconut soup is a great bargain at £4.69, cooling me down in summer...More
Date of visit: August 2018
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