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The Best Smashed Avocado on a Student Budget

The Best Smashed Avocado on a Student Budget

There’s no brunch dish quite as “on-trend” as smashed avocado on toast. Avocado is the food du jour; a brunch ritual and the piece de resistance of all Aussies brunch menus.

While the fame and fandom of smashed avo means it’s practically ubiquitous, it also means it comes with a larger price tag - one that is not so student friendly. But, luckily for you, we’ve scoured Urbanlist to find the best smashed avo on toast, across the east coast, that won’t break your bank.

Check our list of delicious smashed avo on toast dishes for under $20, in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne. You’re welcome!

Brisbane CBD

Nodo Donuts - House seeded sourdough, avocado, goats chevre, native dukkah, lime, blood orange - $10.5

Frankie and George - Avocado hommus on sourdough with herbs, dukkah & lime - $13

Collective Kitchen - Smashed avo, goats cheese, pistachio and sesame dukkah on sourdough - $12

Sydney CBD

The Walrus - Smashed avocado, heirloom tomatoes, feta, tahini spread on sourdough toast with green harissa - $14

Fratelli Fresh - Smashed avocado with feta, mint, lemon and Sonoma sourdough - $13

Bowery Lane - Smashed avocado, grape tomato, buttermilk ricotta, charred corn - $14

Melbourne CBD

Mr Tulk - Avocado on toasted sourdough, with or without Yarra Valley feta - $11

Gramercy Social - Avocado toast with warm broken eggs, feta, chilli, herbs and seeds on pumpkin & grain toast - $19.50

Kinfolk - Smashed Avocado with broccolini, cherry tomato, marjoram, meredith fetta and a citrus balsamic glaze on toast - $15 

If you’re hankering for a delicious smashed avocado dish, head to one of these restaurants, pronto!