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The 18 best acai bowls in London 2024

Originally invented by the Brazilians and now loved worldwide, acai bowls are now one of the most popular breakfast options in London. They taste great, are packed with superfoods, and also look good snapped on Instagram. Here's where you can find the best acai bowls in the city. 

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1. Supabowl

Inside MAAD, 36 Strutton Ground, London SW1P 2HR

A relatively new addition to the London acai scene, has quickly become one of the best places to get acai bowls in the city. Their bowls are superfood heaven, packed with antioxidants and vibrant toppings,

Choose between 5 signature options or build your own acai bowl. Or, go for an acai superfood smoothie. 

Opening hours: Mon 11am-4pm, Tue-Fri 11am-10pm, Sat 4pm-10pm

What to order: Balance Açai Bowl – antioxidant-rich açai base, toppped with Aswanga chia pudding, strawberries, pumpkin and sunflower seeds 

Price: £10.50 for all of their acai bowls

2. Fresh and Organic Cafe

174 Drury Ln, London WC2B 5QF

As the name implies, this Covent Garden cafe serves up food made with fresh ingredients. You’ll find protein shakes, smoothies, wraps, salads, and sandwiches, along with their amazing acai berry bowls.

They have a few different options – choose your toppings from banana, granola, peanut butter, raw cacao, coconut water, almond milk and cinnamon. 

Opening hours: Mon-Friday 8am-5:45pm, Sat 9am – 5pm 

What to order: Acai bowl with banana, peanut butter, raw cacoa and granola

Price: £6.50 for all of their acai bowls

3. The Acai Girls

705 Fulham Rd., London SW6 5UL

Sisters Megan and Georgia started The Acai Girls after travelling the world, and their menu is a celebration of everything they ate along the way. Everything is designed with micronutrients in mind so you can maintain a healthy mindset and body. Their acai bowls are made with fairtrade acai berries, with no fillers. Choose between 4 signature options, including toppings like strawberries, raspberries, homemade granola, peanut butter, coconut chips and goji berries. They also offer a delicious range of toasts, flatbreads and buddha bowls. 

Opening hours: Mon-Sun 8am-5pm

What to order: Load Me Up Acai bowl with strawberries or banana, raspberries, granola and peanut butter

Price: £9.45 for all of their acai bowls


50 Bedford St, London WC2E 9HA

As the name suggests, this spot serves all the plant based goodness. It’s a compact pit stop that makes juices, coffee and acai bowls that are easy to grab and go. Their signature acai bowl is a blend of acai, dates and avocado, topped with bananas, berries, granola and coconut flakes. You’ll also want to try one of their organic cold pressed juices, as that’s what they’re famous for!

Opening hours: Mon-Sun 8am-7pm

What to order: Acai bowl with banana, nut butter, berries, coconut flakes and granola

Price: £6.99

5. Blend Juice+Coffee Bar

101B Kensington Church St, London W8 7LN

This is a small and lovely cafe in Kensington that specialises in coffee, smoothies and acai bowls. Their delicious acai bowl is made from frozen acai berries, banana and blueberries topped with banana, strawberry, goji berries, gluten-free granola and coconut powder.

Opening hours: Mon-Sun 7:30am-4:30pm

What to order: Acai bowl with banana, strawberry, goji berries, gluten-free granola and coconut powder

Price: £11.50

6. KIN Cafe

22 Foley St, London W1W 6DT

Kin is a cosy cafe serving delicious plant-based food. Along with their fresh juices and smoothies, and lunch and dinner menu, they have on of the most instagrammable acai bowls in London. You get your acai bowl topped with granola and fresh berries, along with agave nectar, toasted coconut and a choice of nut butter.  Pair it with a cocktail or a vegan milkshake and you’re set!

Opening hours: Mon-Sun 8:30am-4:30pm

What to order: Acai bowl with topped with granola and fresh berries, along with agave nectar, toasted coconut and a choice of nut butter

Price: £10

7. Juicebaby

181 Westbourne Grove, London W11 2SB

Juicebaby is where the Brazilian expats go for their acai. Choose between original, cacao, or super green options. Whichever you go for, you’ll get a super thick texture, generous portion size and sweet gluten-free granola topping. Tip – order it with 50/50 chocolate and vanilla granola to get the best of both worlds. They have locations in Notting Hill and Chelsea. 

Opening hours: Mon-Sun 7:30am-6pm.

What to order: Acai verde bowl with wild açaí berry, banana, medjoul dates, almond butter, spirulina, topped with sliced banana, fresh blueberries, coconut chips & homemade gf buckwheat granola

Price: £11-13 for an acai bowl

8. Granger and Co.

Multiple locations

 With locations across London, Granger and Co is a firm favourite in the London brunch scene. Their acai bowl has a slightly thinner texture but is covered with delicious crunchy granola. Their chain of Aussie inspired cafes serve up a whole host of healthy favourites if you’re with people who don’t want acai, such as bircher muesli and fluffy scrambled eggs. 

What to order: Acai bowl topped with seasonal fruit

Price: £12 for an acai bowl

9. Viva Acai

Unit 15, Gloucester Arcade, 128 Gloucester Road, London, SW7 4SF

This is London’s original acai bowl cafe. They promote living a healthy and happy life, and use traditional Brazilian recipes. They keep it simple with their acai bowls – choose between the original or the special bowl where you can pick your toppings. Everything is freshly made to order, and it’s the ideal place to grab a bowl to enjoy on the go. 

Opening hours: Mon – Sat 11am-6pm

What to order: Original berry acai bowl and one of their cold pressed juices.

Price: £5.95 for an acai bowl

10. The Good Life Eatery

20 Motcomb Street, London SW1X 8LB and 59 Sloane Avenue, London SW3 3DH

This chain of health cafes are a favourite amongst the health food crowd. They cater for vegans, gluten-free and dairy-free diets, and their acai bowl is top notch. They add homemade gluten-free granola, acai puree, banana, pineapple, green apple and lashings of desiccated coconut.

Opening hours: Mon – Thur 8am-9pm, Fri-Sun 9am -5pm

What to order: Acai bowl with homemade granola, banana, blueberries, raw coconut flakes 

Price: £10.75 for an acai bowl

11. Farm Girl Cafe

Multiple locations

Farm Girl has long been a trendy hangout with their Aussie inspired, beautifully presented brunch dishes. There is normally a queue on weekends, so get here early!

They have locations in Notting Hill, South Kensington, Fitzrovia, Belgravia and Soho.

Their acai bowl is made with blended frozen acai, banana and coconut milk, and is topped with seasonal fruit, granola, chia seeds and coconut shavings. You can also add more toppings if you like – including peanut butter, orange blossom honey, and coconut bacon. 

What to order: Acai bowl topped with seasonal fruit, granola, chia seeds and coconut shavings.

Price: £10 for an acai bowl

12. Raw Press

Raw Press 3 Ellis Street London SW1X 9AL

Choose from a whole healthy and nutritious menu made up of plant-based food and sugar-free treats. Everything here is vegan friendly, and their acai bowls are delicious. 

They have four bowls to choose from, with unique flavour combinations and toppings. We love the Cacao for now bowl, which has a base made from acai, banana, blueberry and cacao powder, and is topped with banana, blueberries, chocolate granola, almond butter and cacao nibs! You’ll definitely want to return here to try each of their unique bowls.

Opening hours: Mon – Sun 8am-6pm

What to order: Any of their acai bowls

Price: £10.50 for an acai bowl

13. Bodyism

222 – 224 Westbourne Grove, London, W11 2RH

Wellness brand Bodyism prove that eating healthily doesn’t have to be boring. Their cafe menu has been carefully developed, with locally sourced and seasonally led ingredients. They have plenty of options for gluten-free and sugar-free folks, and the star of the menu is their build your own breakfast bowl. Grab a bowl and fill it as high as you want with homemade granola and as many superfoods as you can manage. 

Opening hours: Mon – Sun 8am-5pm

What to order: Acai bowl with banana, frozen berries, almond milk and granola

Price: £10.00 for an acai bowl

14. Pret

Various locations

For the most convenient acai bowl in London, you can’t beat Pret. There’s one on practically every street corner, and their acai is affordable and easy to grab on the go. It’s topped with banana, gluten-free granola, shredded apple and pomegranate seeds. 

Price: £4.70

15. Portobello Juice Cafe

297 Portobello Road London W10 5TD

This small but lively health cafe serves up an amazing acai bowl, topped with sliced banana, honey and bee pollen. Upgrade to the super acai bowk where you’ll also get strawberries, blueberries, goji berries, cacoa nibs and almond butter. 

The original bowls aren’t vegan, but they can be made vegan on request, so no one has to miss out!

If you can’t make it to the West Kensington location, you’ll be happy to hear they also have cafes in Camden, Shoreditch and Fulham. 

Opening hours: Mon – Sun 8:30am-12am

What to order: Acai bowl with nutty granola, sliced banana, honey and bee pollen

Price: £8-£10 for an acai bowl

16. Jusu Brothers

147-149 Westbourne Grove W11 2RS London, UK

This Notting Hill spot serves amazing health food in a simple setting, with natural ingredients and pan-asian flavours. Everything is made daily. Their vegan and gluten-free acai is made with acai berries, almond butter, banana and blueberries, and is topped with a healthy dashing of pumpkin and chia seeds. 

Opening hours: Mon – Sun 8am-9pm

What to order: Red bowl acai bowl with granola, chia seeds, bee pollen, pumpkin seeds, blueberries and agave

Price: £10 for an acai bowl

17. Wild Brunch Juicery

402 Chiswick High Rd, Chiswick, W4 5TF

This is one of the best places in London to get fresh smoothies and juices. They serve up acai berry puree flavoured with coconut milk and topped with goji berries, banana, strawberries, granola, coconut flakes, bee pollen and coconut yoghurt.

Opening hours: Mon – Sun 8:30am-5pm

What to order: Acai bowl with cherry, banana, coconut milk, granola, strawberries, goji berries, bee pollen, coconut flakes

Price: £6.90 for an acai bowl

18. Açaí Verão 

196 Kensington Park Rd, London W11 2ES

For the OG acai bowls, head to this popular Brazilian chain. They have spots across London and serve up some of the healthiest acai berry bowls, smoothies and juices in London.

Their bowls are packed with superfruits, and are also gluten-free and vegan. They are renowned for using the purest and most concentrated acai, with an organic certification. Choose between a whole range of topping options, build your own bowl, or go for a superfood acai smoothie. 

Opening hours: Mon – Sun 8am-7pm

What to order: Any of their acai bowls

Price: £8-10 for an acai bowl

The best acai bowls in London FAQs

What is an acai bowl?

An acai bowl is a smoothie bowl made from acai berries, which are a type of superfood native to Brazil. Acai berries have a dark purple color and a tangy flavor, and are rich in antioxidants and other nutrients. To make an acai bowl, you need to blend frozen acai pulp or powder with other fruits and a liquid, such as milk or juice. The result is a thick and creamy smoothie that you can serve in a bowl or a glass. You can then top your acai bowl with various toppings, such as granola, nuts, coconut, berries, banana, and more.

Do acai bowls have probiotics?

No, acai bowls typically don’t naturally contain probiotics. However, you can add probiotic-rich ingredients like yogurt or kefir as toppings if you want to amp up the gut-friendly factor.

Are acai bowls suitable for vegans?

Yep, acai bowls are usually vegan-friendly. The base is acai berries, and toppings like fruits, nuts, and seeds are all plant-based. Just be cautious with toppings like honey or dairy-based items – swap those for vegan alternatives.

What are the health benefits of acai bowls?

Acai bowls pack antioxidants, fiber, and vitamins, promoting heart health, aiding digestion, and boosting immune function. They’re a tasty way to amp up energy levels and support skin health.

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