UberEATS are delivering free smashed avo around Australia this weekend

UberEATS seem to understand that torn feeling millennials now have to choose between saving for their very first home and tucking into a fund-draining, home-destroying smashed avo breakfast. The food delivery service, which recently launched all across the country is but the latest to weigh in on the #SmashedAvo debate that was sparked earlier this week when commentator Bernald Salt claimed that overpriced smashed avo dishes were preventing young people from saving for a home.

In a statement released today, UberEATS have vowed to help out these young’ns by making smashed avo a bit more accessible from now until midnight on Sunday.

“We’ve teamed up with some of your favourite restaurant partners across the country to bring you your city’s best and most affordable #SmashedAvos, without the side order of #SmashedDreams”, the statement reads. “Delivery is free for all users – and if you’re new to UberEATS, the #SmashedAvo is on the house”.

They really do mean favourite restaurant (and cafè) partners too. For Sydney, UberEATS list the likes of Three Blue Ducks and 169 Darlinghurst, while Melbourne’s Serotonin Eater, Brisbane’s Scout Cafe, Perth’s Source Foods, and Adelaide’s Hello Sarnie all feature. See the following list below.

Sydney: Three Blue Ducks, John Smith, Stop Valve, 169 Darlinghurst and Well Co. Cafe. $15 to $17.
Melbourne: Serotonin Eater, Patch Cafe, Joinery, Sardi Cafe, Mr Hubbard Cafe & Larder. $13 to $17.
Brisbane: Pawpaw, Pineapple Express, Little Loco, Scout Cafe, Miss Bliss Whole Foods Kitchen. $8 to $16.
Perth: Satchmo Cafe, Source Foods, DuoTone, La Veen Coffee. $9 to $17.50.
Adelaide: Local Grind, Nagev, The Nourish’d Kitchen, Hello Sarnie, Bar 9 Parkside. $8 to $16.

For more information click through to UberEATS blog HERE.

Image: UberEATS.

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Chris Singh

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