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12 Best Acai Bowls in Sydney

You’ve probably seen them all over your Instagram feed and for good reason. Acai berries are the most delicious member of the superfood squad and are taking Australia and the world by storm in acai smoothie bowls. Bursting with a ton of vitamins, antioxidants, fibre and calcium, there’s not much this little berry isn’t packin’, which is why they’re so perfectly blended into the delicious smoothie acai bowls that will have you feeling full and healthy. Don’t bother typing into google ‘acai bowls near me’ just keep scrolling to check out the best acai bowls Sydney has to offer.

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Cali Press Coogee

1. Cali Press Coogee

Get down to the Cali Press Coogee for some delicious smoothies, cold pressed juices, fresh salads and of course the best acai bowls Sydney has to offer. Try the Cacao Crunch for a crunchy bite of goodness topped with cacoa buckinis and peanut butter or the Boho topped with vegan granola and coconut yogurt. Cali Press Coogee might have the best Acai bowl Sydney has to offer.

Address: 215 Coogee Bay Road, Coogee NSW 2034
Phone: (02) 9664 1113
Opening Hours: 6am – 4pm

Bare Naked Bowls

2. Bare Naked Bowls

Bare Naked Bowls are the specialists when it comes to acai bowls in Sydney. There’s a whopping eight different acai bowls on the menu and are jam packed with fresh fruit, hemp seeds and buckinis. Not only that, they serve up some super food goodness with smoothies, breakfast bowls, roasted coffee, Kombucha, and more.

Address: 259 Crown Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010
Opening Hours: 8am – 4pm


3. Fruitologist Bondi

If you’re in Bondi and thinking to yourself, “where’s the best acai bowl near me?”, then perhaps Fruitologist are the answer you’re looking for. Fruitologist in Bondi are a one stop shop for the best acai bowls Bondi has to offer. They select and supply nothing but fresh high quality produce to make their delicious acai bowls, sourcing their ingredients from local growers and farmers. Grab a bowl from Fruitologist and have a picnic on the nearby beach.

Address: 151 Bondi Road, Bondi NSW 2026
Phone: (02) 9555 1612
Opening Hours: 7am – 8pm

Chapter E

4. Chapter E

Try Chapter E’s acai bowl the next time you’re in Darlinghurst, you won’t regret it. Filled with acai, banana, coconut water, toasted muesli, shredded coconut and more, it’s a no brainer for your next breakfast. There’s also a smoothie bar, bursting with fruity zest and a very decent coffee.

Address: Shop 3, 201 Darlinghurst Road, Darlinghurst NSW 2010
Phone: 61 2 7900 9972
Opening Hours: 6am – 5pm


5. Girdlers

Girdlers is all about keeping it simple but delicious. Using local suppliers for their fresh produce, Girdlers has one of the best acai bowls in Manly. It starts with the blend of acai, strawberries and banana and is topped with buckinis, banana, fresh berries, quinoa flakes, passionfruit and a homemade granola.

Address: Short Street Plaza, Manly NSW 2095
Opening Hours: 7am – 4pm

Acai Brothers

6. Acai Brothers

If you want a whole lot of choice when it comes to your acai bowl, then Acai Brothers in Sydney is acai bowl heaven. There’s so much choice that it’s difficult to even list all of them. You’ve got your original acai bowl, spiced porridge bowls, raw grapefruit bowl, lemon meringue bowl, cinnamon spice bowl, choc treat yo’self bowl, berry nice bowl and soooo much more.

Address: 7 Sydney Road, Manly NSW 2095
Phone: +61 2 9977 4682
Opening Hours: 8am – 5pm


7. Sanduba

Try out Sanduba’s organic acai bowl for one of the best acai bowls in Sydney. With a blend of organic acai, banana and coconut water then topped with Sanduba’s home made granola, buckinis, chia seeds, fresh fruit, goji berries and shredded coconut, you’ll be feeling like you’ve done your body a favour by the end of it.

Address: Shop 12, 259 George Street, Sydney NSW 2000
Phone: 02 9252 2004
Opening Hours: 7.30am – 4pm

Culture Bean

8. Culture Bean

Start your morning off the right way with a vitamin packed acai bowl. Culture Bean doesn’t just have good coffee, they also have one of the best acai bowls Sydney has to offer. Made with a blend of acai berries, spelt maple muesli, coconut shavings, strawberries, blueberries and bananas topped with black chia seeds.

Address: 15 Gray Street, Kogarah NSW 2217
Opening Hours: 6am – 3pm

2 Girls 1 bowl

9. 2 Girls 1 Bowl

Wherever your mind is going after reading that heading, this could not be more opposite. 2 Girls 1 Bowl offers some of the best acai bowls in Sydney and offer many variations for you to try like the detox bowl, nut butter bowl, cacao crunch and more. Adding specific ingredients like activated charcoal for digestion and bee pollen, they’re mixing things up. You’ll find them at Frenchs Forest Markets on Sundays so don’t miss out.

Address: 35 Frenchs Forest Road, Frenchs Forest NSW 2086
Opening Hours: Sun 7am – 1pm

Bondi Wholefoods

10. Bondi Wholefoods

Check out Bondi Wholefoods for their legendary acai bowl. This one’s a little different as it’s blended with orange juice, frozen fruits and topped with gluten free macadamia muesli, organic coconut flakes and organic fruits, It’s like a burst of freshness in your mouth. It’s easily one of the best acai bowls in Sydney and is the perfect way to start your day.

Address: 517 Elizabeth St, Surry Hills NSW 2010
Phone: +61 2 9300 6776
Opening Hours: 7am – 4pm

Ritual Northbridge

11. Ritual Northbridge

This local favourite is a popular spot for acai bowl lovers. Ritual in Northbridge offers up some fruity goodness in the form of their acai bowl. Blended with coconut water and topped with ‘rawnola’, shredded coconut, pomegranate, banana, kiwi, assorted berries and a watermelon R, there’s a reason this place is so loved by locals and visitors.

Address: 160 Sailors Bay Rd, Northbridge NSW 2063
Phone: +61 407 455 555
Opening Hours: 6am – 3pm

Coffee Tank

12. Coffee Tank

Coffee Tank also produces another killer acai bowl in Sydney that will satisfy your morning hunger and keep you going throughout the day. Try the organic acai bowl with granola, fruit, coconut and chia seeds, or the vegan acai bowl with vegan muesli. The flavour is not the only thing you’ll be impressed by, as the saying goes ‘you eat with your eyes first’ and the presentation here is on point.

Address: Shop 1/395 Marrickville Road, Marrickville, Sydney
Phone: +61 407 455 555
Opening Hours: 6.30am – 4.30pm

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General FAQ

What is acai?

Acai is a berry bursting with vitamins, antioxidants, fibre and calcium.

What is an acai bowl?

An acai bowl is a mix of yogurt, muesli and fruit among other ingredients, which is like a smoothie but presented in a bowl.

Are acai bowls good for you?

This largely depends on what is mixed in your bowl, but it is best to avoid too many sugar-filled ingredients.


Lucy Stones

Lucy Stones is an experienced freelance writer with a demonstrated history of working in the writing and editing industry. She completed a Bachelor of Communication in Journalism & PR at Griffith University. Specialising in food, beverage and culture coverage, Lucy's work has been featured in publications such as AmsterDo Magazine B.V and Echoes & Dust.