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19 Places In Sydney That'll Make All Acai Bowl Lovers Drool A Little Bit

An acai bowl a day keeps the doctor away.

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1. Coco Bliss, various locations

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You'll want to check out the menu at Coco Bliss ASAP. With dreamy flavour combinations like Banoffee, Choc Peanut Butter, and Fruit Tingle, the hardest part will be deciding which to try first.

2. Fruitologist, Rozelle and Bondi

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If you like getting your money's worth, then look no further than Fruitologist. For $12 you can get a generous portion of acai topped with fresh bananas, strawberries, granola, and peanut butter. YUM.

3. Heart & Soul, Cronulla

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Another wallet-friendly option are Heart & Soul's $12 acai bowls. With multiple muesli combinations, and the choice to blend with either apple juice or coconut water, this humble eatery will fast become one of your go-to brunch spots.

4. Ritual, Northbridge

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We can see why people travel across Sydney to get their hands on this bowl at Ritual. Acai is blended with coconut water to make a sorbet, and is then topped with RAWnola, shredded coconut, an assortment of fruit, as well as their signature watermelon "R".


5. Cali Press, various locations

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Cali Press is the OG of Sydney's acai scene. Serving up traditional combos like original and cacao crunch, the bowls are topped with a variety of delicious extras like goji berries, buckinis, peanut butter, bee pollen, and of course, fresh fruit.

6. Flower Child Cafe, Chatswood and Warringah

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Everything at Flower Child Cafe is beautifully presented, but it's their acai bowls that stand out the most. Served with neat rows of fresh fruit, granola, shredded coconut, chia seeds, and almonds, they're definitely Instagram-worthy. Oh, and they also taste AMAZING.

7. Bondi Wholefoods, North Bondi and Surry Hills

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Boasting a dairy-free and vegan-friendly option, the acai bowl at Bondi Wholefoods is packed with goodies aimed at strengthening your body. And because it's so good for you, no one will say a word when you order a second, or maybe even third, bowl.

8. Fresh Blend, Mosman

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When you need something refreshing to kickstart your day, Fresh Blend is the place to go. Served in a handy to-go cup, it’s perfect to take away and enjoy at the conveniently close Balmoral Beach.


9. Girdlers, Dee Why

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There’s nothing better than a cold bowl of acai on a warm day. Lucky for us, Girdlers is located right on the beach. Plus we've heard rumours about there being a frozen strawberry surprise at the bottom of each bowl.

10. Acai Brothers, various locations

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This superfood chain has nailed the customisable acai bowl. It's as easy as choosing a base, adding some seasonal fruit, and topping it with any extras your heart desires. Or if customisation isn't for you, they also have some seriously delicious options like Mango Madness and Choc Treat Yo Self.

12. Sadhana Kitchen, Bondi

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This scrumptiously thick and creamy acai bowl is available at Sydney’s favourite vegan kitchen. Loaded with plenty of seasonal fruit and house-made Grawnola, you'll want to skip dessert just so you can have another bowl instead.


13. Rough & Bare, Mona Vale

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This wholefood kitchen gets it totally right with their classic acai smoothie bowl. Using market fruits, local honey, coconut flakes, and house granola, this nutritionally-balanced breakfast is a perfect representation of Rough & Bare's philosophy of clean eating.

14. Stay Grounded, Collaroy Beach

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If you like your acai bowls with a lot of crunch, then Stay Grounded is definitely worth a visit. Served with a generous amount of muesli, buckinis, almonds, and seasonal fruit, you'll have to make sure to get in early before they run out.

15. Sub-Station Cafe, Alexandria

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Sub-Station Cafe offers a deconstructed alternative to the traditional acai bowl. The bonus here is that you're able to create your dream texture by adding as much or as little granola and fruit to your bowl.

16. Pure Wholefoods, Manly

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There's nothing too fancy about the acai bowls at Pure Wholefoods, but sometimes it's the simpler things that taste the best. Plus with that gorgeous view of Manly, there's really nothing to complain about.


17. Culture Bean Cafe, Kogarah

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This Kogarah cafe is home to one of Sydney's most Instagram-worthy acai bowls. Toasted muesli, shaved coconut, fresh fruit, and chia seeds are all artfully lined up to accommodate for the perfect snap.

18. Bare Naked Bowls, Manly and Bronte

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Known for their tasty and creative combinations, Bare Naked Bowls have become a go-to destination for acai lovers. And with eight different acai-based bowls to choose from, you'll be spoilt for choice.

19. Sanduba, Sydney CBD

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Sanduba makes it ridiculously easy to enjoy a delicious acai bowl on-the-go. It's worth forking out the extra $2.50 to grab the Acai Bowl PLUS which includes extras like buckinis, chia seeds, fresh fruit, goji berries, and shredded coconut.