Brisbane’s Best Acai Bowls: 2017 Edit

Brisbane’s Best Acai Bowls: 2017 Edit

Acai bowls with Snickers and where to find them!

By Penelope Pelecas | 1st February 2017

Are you obsessed with acai bowls? Are you always on the hunt for the perfect one? We know that feeling well. If you’re a lover of fresh fruit, coconut water, granola, juice and just a teensy bit of chocolate, you’re in the right place. Check out our picks for Brisbane’s best acai bowls in 2017!

Kokobana Superfood Café | Newmarket

Wanting something tasty yet healthy? Kokobana Superfood Café is the place to be this weekend. Their acai bowls are to die for! Two words: pure genius.

Coco Bliss Superfood Bar | Various Locations

Home to the acai bowl masters, Coco Bliss Superfood Bar will forever be one of our favourites. You’ll always be left feeling energised with a bowl full of real nutrients.

Kiss The Berry | Brisbane City & South Bank

Indulge in mixed acai bowls filled with fruit, a drop of juice and your choice of coconut water or milk. Topped with the most amazing granola and fresh fruit, this is definitely one of Brisbane’s best acai bowls. Try the Snickers Delight – you’ll never go back.

Miss Bliss Wholefoods Kitchen | West End

Known for an amazing breakfast menu, Miss Bliss is killing it when it comes to acai bowls. All of their creations are organic and free from sugar and processed substances.

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Pineapple Express Superfood Café | Hamilton & Fortitude Valley

Pineapple Express is all about feeing nourished on the inside. You’ll be sure to feel healthy after the last bite.

Charlie’s Raw Squeeze | Various Locations

Love vegan food? Then you’re at the right place! With a whole range to choose from, you’ll be sure to find the perfect bowl to suit your tastebuds.

Acai Brothers | Various Locations

They call themselves the acai bowl specialists and for good reason. You’ll never be disappointed at this place.

Denim Co. | South Brisbane

This place may be famous for its decadent Italian hot chocolate, but it’s also home to something equally delicious, but a whole lot healthier – acai bowls, of course!

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Raw Juicery | Various Locations

Raw Juicery is absolutely brilliant. I’m currently obsessing over their Tropical Storm Acai Bowl – pink pitaya (dragon fruit), pineapple juice, strawberries and coconut water, topped with fresh fruit and super muesli. You NEED to try this.

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Sol Natural Foods | Various Locations

Sol Natural Foods offers a vast selection of healthy and nutritious treats to choose from. Their acai bowls are just one part of an amazing menu.

Picnic Café | Camp Hill

A great place to relax and indulge on a Sunday morning! I’m forever craving their amazing acai bowls.

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