Where to Find the Best Acai Bowls in London
Whilst the ever-popular acai bowl might be on every breakfast menu in Australia, it’s not so easy to find in London. That being said, some London eateries are cottoning on to the acai bowl phenomenon and are serving up these vitamin-packed bowls to health-conscious Londoners. Here are 8 of the best.
Granger & Co.
If the hour-long queue is anything to go by, it would seem that Granger & Co. has become the trendiest brunch spot in Notting Hill. Their menu has always been bursting with healthy options and they’ve recently added an acai bowl to it. It’s made with banana and topped with their signature vegan granola and fresh berries.
175 Westbourne Grove, London W11 2SB
The acai bowls at Juicebaby are things of beauty. Made with wild acai berry, frozen banana, dates and almond butter and generously topped with blueberries, coconut flakes and fresh kiwi. Pair it with one of their nutrient-packed juices for the ultimate health kick.
398 Kings Road, London, SW10 0LJ
East London Juice Co.
Part of the Ace Hotel in Shoreditch, East London Juice Co. serves a mean acai bowl to go. All of the ingredients are organic, fresh and locally sourced. If you fancy something a little different then the Blueberry Protein-Rich Bowl is equally as good, made with blueberries, almond milk, banana and almond butter and topped with coconut yogurt, raw carrot & cinnamon muesli, coconut flakes and fresh fruit. If you can’t choose, take a friend and order both.
100 Shoreditch High St, London E16 JQ
Open every day 7am-9pm
Farm Girl Café
Organic frozen Amazonian acai berries are topped with sliced banana, chia seeds, goji berries and almond butter. Pair it with the purple powder smoothie for a true acai boost.
59A Portobello Rd, London W11 3DB
The Good Life Eatery
The Good Life Eatery was one of the first places in London to offer the acai bowl to health conscious Londoners and expats alike. The toppings change seasonally, currently topped with homemade granola, grated apple, pineapple and desiccated coconut.
59 Sloane Avenue, London, SW3 3DH UK
Monday to Friday: 7:30am-8pm
The acai bowls at Raw Press are the best I’ve tasted in London. There are a couple of different options, choose among frozen acai topped with coyo, enormous blackberries and almond butter or sweet strawberries, bee pollen and raspberries. Both flavours are out of this world delicious and full of goodness.
3 Ellis Street, London, SW1X 9AL
Monday to Friday: 8am-6pm
Wild Bunch Juicery
A little far out from central London but this acai bowl is worth the trek. It’s generously topped with strawberries, goji berries, banana, bee pollen and coconut flakes. As well as the classic acai bowl, you’ll also find a selection of exciting vitamin-packed bowls on the menu such as the exotic dragon fruit bowl and the sunshine mango bowl. I promise you’ll be hooked after your first bowl and will want to try them all.
Reed Employment Ltd, 402 Chiswick High Rd, London W4 5TF
Not technically an acai bowl but the berry bowl at 26 Grains is too good not to mention. Made with berries, coconut milk, banana and cinnamon and topped with cardamom granola, coconut flakes and goji berries, it is a bowl of art.
Neal's, 2 Neal's Yard, London WC2H 9DP
Monday to Friday: 8am-9.30pm