Lucy Stones

11 Best Acai Bowls in Melbourne | Man of Many

It truly is a health addict’s haven at The Nutrition Bar in Windsor. Green smoothies, salads, protein shakes, guilt free desserts and of course the mighty acai bowl. They offer four tasty acai bowls including the original blended acai and coconut water with banana, blueberries, and caramelised buckinis. The green bowl with spinach and kale, protein bowl for gym junkies and the peanut butter bowl with cacao nibs and strawberries.

1. The Nutrition Bar Windsor

This bright and airy café is the perfect spot to pull up for some brekky. Fourth Chapter offers a whole lot of tasty food and coffee but you should definitely try the acai bowl with coyo, berries, coconut water, granola, and peanut butter or the mango match bowl for something a little different including, coconut milk, macadamias, mango, almond butter and more.

2. Fourth chapter

Tropicana Juice has been serving up acai since the early 2000’s and uses only organically certified berries for some of the best acai bowls in Melbourne. Try their Amazon Bowl for your daily dose of organic acai, whipped into a sorbet and topped with bananas and toasted muesli. Add some extra toppings to really make it your own with a mixture of berries, chia seed, green tea powder and peanut butter.

3. Tropicana Juice

Acai Brothers in Port Melbourne is like a acai bowl mecca, where you can probably get just about any type of acai bowl you could want. You’ve got your original acai bowl, salted caramel bowl, spiced porridge bowls, mango passionfruit bowl, raw grapefruit bowl, lemon meringue bowl, cinnamon spice bowl, choc treat yo’self bowl, berry nice bowl and that’s not even all of it.

4. Acai Brothers Port Melbourne

Try out Waratah Organics the next time you’re on the hunt for a new brekky spot, for one of the best acai bowls Melbourne has to offer. Acai berries are blended into a sorbet and topped with seasonal fruit, buckwheat kernels, millet puffs, chia seeds and finished with flaked coconut. By the time you’re finished you’ll feel like you’ve done your body a huge favour.

5. Waratah Organics

If you are a serious health junkie then get down to Serotonin Eatery for a fresh and fruity acai bowl to wake you up in the morning. Not only do they nourish your body with food, but they also have an exercise centre and education platform. Go for the galaxy acai bowl which is not only pretty to look at but includes loads of antioxidants with toasted granola, pistachio dust, fresh fruit, and a coconut magnum ice cream.

6. Serotonin Eatery

If you want acai bowls then baby, you’re in the right place. Bowls Baby wants to be your everyday pitstop for when you want fast, good, healthy food made for nourishing your body. Grab the Original Baby for a acai berry treat which includes, banana, blueberries, date paste, natural peanut butter, almond milk and topped with house made granola.

7. Bowls Baby

If you’re after simple, quality and sustainable acai bowls in Melbourne, then Laneway Greens should already be your local. Do your body a favour and grab the Acai and Seasonal Fruit Pot which includes delicious cooling acai sorbet, banana, blueberries, almond milk, and house made almond granola.

8. Laneway Greens

Grab one of the best acai bowls in Melbourne at School of 7 Bells. Perfectly located for a tasty morning take out on your way to work or school, Bells will have you feeling good and full with their Brazilian acai bowl, featuring banana, pomegranate, honey with spelt agave, granola and strawberries so you know it’s choc full of nutrients and antioxidants.

9. School of 7 Bells

If you’ve never heard of Einsteins 251, well you better get down there and take a gander at their impressive menu which also includes one of the best acai bowls in Melbourne. Healthy good tasting food and a great atmosphere, it’s sure to become your regular. Try the organic acai bowl with guarana, banana, fresh fruit topped with house granola.

10. Einsteins 251

Housed in a converted bakehouse, Monk Bodhi Dharma is all about healthy eating and living with an extensive vegetarian menu and a bangin’ acai bowl to boot. Start your morning off with a burst of fruit and energy with Monk’s acai bowl including, organic acai, banana, berries, maca, mesquite, lucuma, almond milk and granola. It’s also gluten-free and vegan!

11. Monk Bodhi Dharma

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