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Acai Bowls London: 27 Best Places to Go for Acai Bowls [2023]

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London is an absolute haven for foodies so it should come as no surprise that the city is filled to the brim with great spots for acai bowls.

If you love acai bowls just as much as I do (that’s a lot, FYI), then I’m sure this will come as good news to you! 

I’ve narrowed down all the best places to go for acai bowls in London so that all you need to do is scroll down and pick your favourite.

From brilliant berry bowls to peanut-y protein bowls, here are the 27 best places to get acai bowls in London!

1. Raw Press

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Address: 3 Ellis St, London SW1X 9AL

Phone number: 020 7730 4347

Price per bowl: £9.50

Let’s kick things off with Raw Press, a gorgeous cafe in Chelsea known for its signature juices and nutritious plant-based food.

Their acai bowls are some of the best in the business which is why they absolutely deserve this spot at the top of the list.

They have four bowls to choose from, costing a very reasonable £9.50 each, and each looks as good as it tastes.

My favourite is the PB & J because peanut butter and jam will forever be an elite combo in my opinion.

They start by blending together acai, banana, mango, raspberry, and peanut butter to make the base.

Then, they top the bowl with gluten-free blueberry waffle toast, mixed berries, berry chia jam, peanut butter, and Raw Press gluten-free rose and raspberry ‘beauty’ granola.

Yep, it’s that epic!

The unique Flower Power, pictured above, is also a fan favourite.

The base is a delicious blend of acai, banana, strawberry, raspberry, lavender, and coconut yoghurt, and they top it with buckwheat groats, mixed berries, lavender, and of course, edible flowers!

Alternatively, there are also the Pink Panther and Cacao for Now bowls which are equally delicious.

I guess you’ll just have to visit time and time again to try all their bowls out.

(P.s. Raw Press is also home to some of the best vegan donuts in London – buy one and thank me later!)

2. Acai Berry

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Address: Multiple locations

Price per bowl: £10

Acai’s the name and the game at the appropriately-named Acai Berry.

They have locations all across London so you’ll never be too far from your next Acai Berry bowl.

(We’re talking Carnaby Street, Soho, Chelsea, Shoreditch, Euston Road, and Oxford Circus!)

Each of their bowls costs £10 so you know exactly what you’re getting into with them.

They have six bowls for you to choose from, or, alternatively, if you don’t fancy any of those, you can build your own acai bowl instead.

My favourite bowl of theirs would have to be the protein-packed Pump is Real bowl.

It’s acai with protein powder, banana, strawberry, chia seeds, and granola – yum!

Another menu highlight is the Summer Vibes bowl that’s topped with fresh pineapple, kiwi, and coconut flakes.

However, if you want to keep things slightly simpler, you can do so with the Rio, which is topped with a classic combo of fresh sliced banana, strawberry, and granola.

Whatever you’re in the mood for, you’re sure to find it at Acai Berry!

3. Juicebaby

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Address: Multiple locations

Price per bowl: £11.95 – £12.45

If you’re looking for an Instagrammable acai bowl, an Instagrammable acai bowl is exactly what you’ll get at Juicebaby.

This modern, health-conscious veggie spot has a thing for plants, so unsurprisingly, it’s also home to three of my favourite acai bowls in London. 

The first is their classic Acai Berry Bowl which is a delicious blend of acai, banana, Medjool dates, and almond butter, topped with sliced banana, fresh blueberries, coconut chips, and homemade gluten-free cacao or vanilla buckwheat granola.

Next up, is their delightfully chocolate-y Cacao Acai Bowl.

It’s almost exactly the same as the Acai Berry Bowl but with some cacao thrown in for good measure!

Last but by no means least, there’s the Acai Verde Bowl which is also the same as the Acai Berry Bowl but with spirulina (blue-green algae that’s highly nutritious) in it, too.

However, if none of these bowls appeals to you, you can also add a whole host of toppings to your bowls for a bit of extra cash.

From peanut butter and goji berries to chia seeds and matcha powder, there’s a topping to suit every taste at Juicebaby!

4. Acai Carioca

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Address: 52 Chamberlayne Rd, London NW10 3JH

Phone number: 020 3876 6497

Price per bowl: £13.80 – £14.35

Acai Carioca is a juice bar situated in Kensal Green, known for its tasty acai bowls and its Instagrammable backdrops.

(Think leafy green walls and pink neon lights and you’re on the right track!)

They have a whopping eight bowls for you to try out, which means you’ll inevitably be back time and time again to try them all out!

My favourite is the Valentine’s Bowl, which comprises acai, granola, banana, Nutella, strawberry, and coconut flakes.

Because who can say no to a bit of Nutella, right?!

Another fan favourite is the Frutta Bowl, a fruity mix of acai, granola, banana, mango, pineapple, coconut flakes, and strawberries.

Yum!

All their bowls are priced at either £13.80 or £14.35 but they’re well worth every penny. 

5. Wild Bunch Juicery

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Address: 402 Chiswick High Rd., Chiswick, London W4 5TF

Phone number: 020 8061 9109

Price per bowl: £8.90

Wild Bunch Juicery is a family-owned cafe and juice bar that firmly believes that health is wealth.

As such, they serve only the healthiest juices and smoothies to their customers!

Sadly, they only have one acai bowl on their menu, but once you’ve tried it, I promise you’ll forgive them as it’s that tasty!

It comprises frozen acai purée, cherry, banana, and unsweetened coconut milk, and is topped with low-sugar granola, strawberry, banana, goji berries, bee pollen, and coconut flakes. 

You can also add a bunch of extras for £1.20 each, including almond butter, peanut butter, and coconut yoghurt.

Head on down to Wild Bunch Juicery to fill yourself up with the goodness your body deserves!

6. The Good Life Eatery

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Address: Multiple locations

Price per bowl: £10.55

Welcome to the good life!

Head to The Good Life Eatery for your next acai bowl in London and you’ll be sure to be living the good life.

They have locations all across the capital, from Chelsea to St. John’s Wood to Marylebone, so I’m sure you’ll find one that’s reasonably close to you!

Their seasonal menu changes during the year but one thing you can bank on is them serving an amazing acai bowl.

Their bowl costs £10.55 and is made up of acai, homemade granola, banana, blueberries, and raw coconut flakes.

You can choose to add various extra toppings (including almond butter for an extra £1.50) if you fancy making your bowl even bigger.

While you’re there, treat yourself to one of their superfood salads, too, and thank me later – they’re the stuff of dreams!

7. Bodyism

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Address: 222-224, Westbourne Grove, London W11 2RH

Phone number: 020 3327 4640

Price per bowl: £8.50

Bodyism is a holistic wellness company situated in the heart of Notting Hill.

Unsurprisingly, their cafe serves nothing but locally sourced, seasonal, and all-natural produce that’s sure to nourish your body.

You may be surprised to hear that their acai bowl costs just £8.50 – and it’s one of the best in the business, too!

Theirs is a blend of acai, banana, frozen berries, and almond milk, topped with granola and fresh berries.

You can add a variety of extras for £2 each, too, including almond butter, banana, superfoods, and protein.

On top of this, they also often do seasonal specials of their acai bowl so be sure to keep your eyes peeled for those!

8. Acai & Avo

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Address: 76 Stewart’s Rd, Nine Elms, London SW8 4DE

Price per bowl: £8

It probably comes as no surprise that a restaurant with the name Acai & Avo serves some amazing acai bowls.

Unsurprisingly, there’s more than just one acai bowl to try at Acai & Avo which is why it’s one of my favourite spots in London.

They have five ridiculously tasty acai bowls on their menu, and each of them costs just £8.

However, they’re all identical aside from the main fruit of choice which you get to decide.

Each bowl has an acai cream base, topped with banana, homemade almond and walnut granola, homemade peanut butter, and a mix of grains (chia seeds, pumpkin seeds, and goji berry).

The fruit you then get to choose from is strawberry, pineapple and coconut, raspberries, mango, and blueberries.

Strawberries are my favourite fruit of the lot so I’d probably order that, though the pineapple and coconut combo is also tempting.

Of course, Acai & Avo also serve some of the best avocado on toast in town so try that before you leave, too!

9. Portobello Juice Cafe

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Address: Multiple locations

Price per bowl: £8.50 – £10.95

Portobello Juice Cafe is a small, colourful, and arty cafe that serves some equally colourful and arty acai bowls.

As it has ‘Portobello’ in its name, you’d be forgiven for assuming that this cafe is only in West Kensington.

However, you’ll be pleased to hear that they also have cafes in Camden, Shoreditch, and Fulham, giving you plenty of opportunities to try their delicious bowls.

They have two acai bowls on their menu: the £8.50 Acai Bowl and the £10.95 Super Acai Bowl.

(No prizes for guessing which has more toppings!)

The former is topped with nutty granola, sliced banana, honey, and bee pollen, while the latter has the exact same toppings, plus strawberries, blueberries, goji berries, cacao nibs, and almond butter.

I think it’s definitely worth upgrading to the Super because doesn’t that just sound delicious?!

They can make both bowls vegan on request, too, so no one needs to miss out on the acai fun!

10. Avobar

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Address: 24 Henrietta St, London WC2E 8ND

Phone number: 020 3701 6500

Price per bowl: £9.50

Otherwise known as every millennial’s dream, Avobar is exactly what it says on the tin: a bar dedicated to all things avocado!

Every inch of this cafe is beautifully decorated, from the wood-clad walls and distressed white timber to the hanging foliage and woven textiles.

It’s a feast for the eyes, that’s for sure!

It’s probably unsurprising, then, that this health-conscious superfood eatery serves up a mean acai bowl.

Theirs comes in at a sweet £9.50 (an amazing price for Covent Garden!) and is mixed with avocado (shock horror), banana, mixed berries, oats, and oat milk.

They then top the base off with granola, chia seeds, coconut flakes, and berries.

Follow up this delicious acai bowl with one of their desserts for the brunch of dreams.

(The hazelnut chocolate avo crema is my favourite but they’re all great!)

11. Brown and Rosie Cafe

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Address: Multiple locations

Price per bowl: £8 – £10

Serving world-class coffee in a rustic-chic environment, Brown and Rosie Cafe is easily one of my favourite places to go for acai bowls in London.

You’ll find Brown and Rosie in South Kensington and Notting Hill so these are fabulously upmarket acai bowls – just without the price tag!

Both cafes serve acai bowls but South Kensington has two on its menu while Notting Hill has a huge dedicated acai bowl menu with up to nine bowls.

They have something for everyone on their varied menu, ranging all the way from a paleo bowl to a power bowl.

My favourite three bowls of theirs are the Hippie bowl, the Rio bowl, and the Manly bowl.

But I’ve tried a handful of them and each one is amazing!

To give you a little taste of what their acai bowls are about, here’s what you’ll get with the Hippie bowl.

A base of organic acai berry, banana, mango, and macadamia milk, topped with nut granola, banana, berries, goji berries, hemp seeds, and a natural peanut butter drizzle.

On top of the amazing selection of bowls you get, you also have the option to add various extras for a little extra money.

These include raw brownie slices, blend boosters, avocado, hemp protein powder, and more.

Brown and Rosie’s acai bowls really are a thing of beauty so you need to visit to try them out for yourself!

12. Farm Girl Cafe

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Address: Multiple locations

Price per bowl: £11

Everyone loves a bit of Aussie cafe culture, and Farm Girl Cafe is the perfect example of an Aussie-inspired cafe done right.

These beautifully decorated health-focused cafes serve holistic fresh food and Australian-style coffee all across the capital. 

You’ll find them in Notting Hill, South Kensington, Fitzrovia, Belgravia, and Soho.

This means you’ll never be too far from your next acai bowl as far as Farm Girl Cafe is concerned.

Their acai bowl is one of the best on this list and it only costs £11.

To make this dream of a bowl, they blend frozen acai with frozen banana and coconut milk, then top it with seasonal fruit, granola, chia seeds, and coconut shavings.

However, if that’s not enough for you, you can also add various toppings!

Some of my favourite toppings include peanut butter (+£1.50), orange blossom honey (+£2), and coconut bacon (+£3).

Whatever you order, make sure you snap a photo before you leave – your Insta will thank you later!

13. Peeld of Walthamstow

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Address: 69 Orford Rd, London E17 9NJ

Phone number: 020 8521 0629

Price per bowl: £9.95

Peeld of Walthamstow serves nothing but vibrant food to its vibrant community of pokè, noodle soup, and smoothie lovers!

They have three amazing acai bowls on their menu, or alternatively, you can create your own (which I always love doing).

Whichever bowl you order, it’ll cost you £9.95.

The most fun bowl they have on their menu is the appropriately-named Cheat Day.

With it, you get banana, chocolate honeycomb, white chocolate pieces, coconut flakes, peanut butter, and maple syrup on a base of acai and summer berries.

You may not usually get chocolate honeycomb and white chocolate pieces in an acai bowl but with this bowl, you can eat healthy while still treating yourself!

Alternatively, there’s the Tropical bowl which is topped with pineapple, mango, coconut flakes, and flax seeds.

Similarly, the Superfood bowl is topped with strawberries, blueberries, goji berries, almonds, chia seeds, and honey.

As you can probably tell, all their bowls are completely delicious and you’ll want to come back to try all of them.

(P.s. You’d be doing yourself a disservice if you didn’t order a pokè bowl from here while you’re at it. They might just change your life!)

14. Groceria

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Address: 285 Fulham Rd., London SW10 9PZ

Phone number: 020 7352 7568

Price per bowl: £12.50 – £16.25

Groceria is a simple but fantastic juice bar that serves some of my favourite acai bowls in London.

You have three options at Groceria: build your own acai bowl for £12.50, order the Power bowl for £13.65, or order the Protein bowl for £16.25.

Their build-your-own bowl is made with 100% organic acai and banana, and then you get to pick as many toppings as your heart desires!

We’re talking cinnamon, maple syrup, Medjool dates, mulberries, strawberry granola, cashews, coconut, mango, frozen wild blueberries, and banana.

I’m a sucker for granola so I’d definitely add that for a bit of crunch, as well as cashews, blueberries, banana, and heck, maybe even cinnamon!

However, if you’d rather let the acai experts choose your bowl for you, order either the Power or Protein bowl.

The Power bowl is a simple base of acai and banana, topped with gluten-free granola, mango, kiwi, banana, and Medjool dates.

Alternatively, the Protein bowl is a base of acai, banana, and pea protein, topped with almond butter, blueberries, shelled hemp, mulberries, desiccated coconut, cacao nibs, and gluten-free cookies.

The Protein bowl is definitely my favourite.

It’s a big ol’ bowl of chocolate-y protein-y goodness!

15. Jusu Brothers

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Address: 147-149 Westbourne Grove, London W11 2RS

Phone number: 020 3802 8805

Price per bowl: £10

Jusu Brothers describes itself as ‘remedy for the soul’ and I’d be inclined to agree!

Their airy, plant-filled cafe pulls from a variety of Pan-Asian flavours and natural ingredients to create some seriously tasty grub.

And one of those tasty items is their acai bowl, the ‘Red Bowl’, which costs £10.

It’s a tasty, classic blend of acai, blueberries, and banana, topped with homemade granola, chia seeds, bee pollen, pumpkin seeds, blueberries, and agave.

Now, I don’t know about you but that’s pretty much my dream topping line-up.

You can’t ask for many more Instagrammable settings than Jusu Brothers, either, so you can rest assured that this acai bowl will look incredible on your Insta grid!

16. PLANT

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Address: 50 Bedford St, London WC2E 9HA

Phone number: 020 8004 2944

Price per bowl: £9.50

With a name like that, you just know PLANT is going to deliver all that plant-based goodness.

And you’d be correct in thinking that!

This compact pit stop serves up thoughtfully-sourced juices, coffee, and acai bowls at record speeds so that you can make healthy decisions on the go.

Their acai bowl costs £9.50 and its base is a filling and unique blend of acai, dates, and avocado.

They then throw bananas, berries, coconut flakes, and granola on top to complete the bowl!

While the bowl is amazing, you’re also going to want to try PLANT’s 100% certified organic cold-pressed juices, too, as that’s what they’re really famous for.

17. JOE & THE JUICE

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Address: Multiple locations

Price per bowl: £7.70

JOE & THE JUICE is somewhere that needs no introduction.

This global chain is well-loved for its fresh juices, healthy shakes, and delicious sandwiches…

But have you ever tried its acai bowl?

If not, you need to change that ASAP because it’s super tasty!

Their acai bowl is one of the cheapest in the capital, coming in at a sweet £7.70, so if you’re new to acai bowls, this is a pretty great place to start.

JOE & THE JUICE is dotted all around the city in over 20 locations, too, so you’ll never be too far from your next bowl!

As you can see above, their bowl is just stunning.

It comprises cashew coconut drink, granola, chia seeds, goji berries, strawberries, avocado, and banana.

That’s a pretty amazing superfood line-up if you ask me!

18. Bondi Juice

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Address: 92 Churchfield Rd, London W3 6DH

Phone number: 020 4542 6125

Price per bowl: £8

Enjoy a taste of Australian summer all year round at Bondi Juice.

They only have one acai bowl on their menu but I’m sure you’ll forgive them once you’ve tasted it for yourself!

In fact, it’s one of my all-time favourite acai bowls in London so you’re in for a real treat if you order this one.

It’s a beautiful blend of acai, banana, blueberries, and coconut milk, and is topped with so many yummy superfood treats, including mixed seeds, goji berries, cacao nibs, chia seeds, and peanut butter.

I told you it was amazing, didn’t I?!

Visit Bondi Juice in Acton to experience this beauty of a bowl for yourself.

19. Olaberry

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Address: Unit 3, Olaberry, 16 182 Camden High St, London NW1 8QP

Phone number: 07976 249171

Price per bowl: £6.80 – £9.80

Olaberry is one of the cheapest places to go for acai bowls in London, so that already makes it an absolute winner in my eyes.

Situated just a four-minute walk from Camden Market, it’s the perfect place to grab a quick bowl on the go, too.

They have four pre-designed bowls for you to choose from, or alternatively, you can build your own bowl if none of them piques your interest!

Olaberry are kings of the acai bowl, though, so they do know a thing or two about crafting the perfect bowl.

Their bowls are named after cities (Barcelona, London, Rio De Janeiro, and Lleida), so it seems only fair to try the London bowl when in London, right?!

It’s a yummy mix of acai, banana, Nutella, and granola, and every scoop is magic.

Another menu highlight is the Lleida, which is uniquely topped with mango, grapes, and milk powder.

All of Olaberry’s bowls cost £9.80, aside from their small build-your-own bowl which comes in at a cheap £6.80 for acai with two toppings of your choice!

20. KIN Cafe

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Address: 22 Foley St, London W1W 6DT

Phone number: 020 3589 5185

Price per bowl: £13.50

KIN Cafe is a quaint and cosy cafe that serves naturally delicious plant-based food to the people of London.

Alongside fresh juices and smoothies, amazing brunch dishes, and an even better evening menu, you’ll find one of the most Insta-friendly acai bowls in London.

You’re going to want to snap a photo of this bad boy, for sure!

Their bowl costs £13.50, which gets you an acai bowl topped with granola, fresh berries, agave nectar, toasted coconut, and a choice of peanut or almond butter.

I’d definitely go for the peanut butter because I can never get enough PB in my life!

Pair your acai bowl with one of their brunch cocktails or a vegan milkshake, and you’ve got yourself one of the best vegan breakfasts in London.

21. Joy Cafe Bar & Juicery

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Address: 676 Holloway Rd, Archway, London N19 3NP

Phone number: 020 7281 4288

Price per bowl: £12.95

At Joy Cafe Bar & Juicery in Holloway, the interior decor is just as vibrant and colourful as its acai bowl.

This one comes in at £12.95, but trust me when I say it’s worth every penny!

The bowl is lovingly filled to the brim with all kinds of superfood goodness that will make you feel amazing.

To make this bowl, they blend together acai, blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, dates, banana, and coconut milk.

They then serve it with granola, fresh fruits, desiccated coconut, and a healthy dollop of peanut butter.

You’re going to love every second of consuming this bowl, trust me on this one!

It’s one of the best acai bowls in London for good reason, after all.

22. Farmacy

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Address: 74-76 Westbourne Grove, London W2 5SH

Phone number: 020 7221 0705

Price per bowl: £16

If you’re not familiar with Farmacy, let me just take a second to introduce you to one of my favourite vegan restaurants in the capital.

This trendy, bohemian eatery serves up all kinds of seasonal plant-based dishes and is one of the best places to go for a vegan afternoon tea in London.

Like the rest of their menu, their acai bowl is truly phenomenal and is worth every single penny of the £16 it costs.

It’s a delicious acai and berry superfood blend, topped with gluten-free rawnola, fresh berries, and banana.

They also serve it with a side of maple syrup in case the bowl wasn’t already sweet enough for you.

Just be wary that Farmacy might ruin all other vegan food for you from here on out because all their food is incredible!

23. Fresh and Organic Cafe

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Address: 174 Drury Ln, London WC2B 5QF

Phone number: 07931 406767

Price per bowl: £10 – £11

Next up, we have Fresh and Organic Cafe, a relaxed spot in Covent Garden that serves health-conscious fare, juices, shakes, and coffee.

Among their breakfast and lunch menu lies three amazing acai bowls for you to try!

The first is a classic and a classic for good reason.

It costs £10 which gets you organic acai blended with apple juice and served with sliced banana and granola.

Secondly, you’ve got another £10 bowl which is exactly the same as the first bowl but with mango added on top!

And finally, there’s the £11 bowl which, again, is the same as the first but with peanut butter and organic raw cacao added, too.

My favourite bowl of theirs is definitely the last.

Chocolate and peanut butter is a dream combination in my world!

24. Social Brew Cafe

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Address: 38-40 Lower Richmond Rd., London SW15 1JP

Phone number: 020 8785 4882

Price per bowl: £13

If the photo above doesn’t already have you rushing to Social Brew Cafe, I’m not sure what will.

This is one of my all-time favourite acai bowls in London so you’re going to want to listen up!

Social Brew Cafe is a one-stop shop for all things coffee, smoothies, and acai bowls, and you’ll find them down near the river in Putney.

They have two £13 acai bowls on the menu: the traditional acai bowl and the cacao acai bowl.

The traditional bowl comprises organic pure acai, blended with banana, berries, and apple juice, topped with granola, trail mix, and seasonal fruit.

Alternatively, the cacao bowl is made up of organic pure acai, organic raw cacao, banana, dates, and almond milk, and is topped with coconut, granola, coconut cream, and fresh banana.

Each is simply delicious so you’re in for a treat no matter which one you choose!

25. Blend Juice + Coffee Bar

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Address: 101B Kensington Church St, London W8 7LN

Phone number: 020 7243 1406

Price per bowl: £11

Next up, Blend Juice + Coffee Bar is a small, lovely cafe in Kensington that serves the Holy Trinity: coffee, smoothies, and acai bowls.

Their acai bowl comprises acai, banana, and blueberries, and is topped with banana, strawberry, goji berries, gluten-free granola, and coconut powder.

I’ve tried it before and it’s super tasty, so I’m sure you’re going to love it, too.

If this sounds good to you, it could be all yours for £11 if you pop on by to Blend!

26. Adaptogen Wellness Cafe

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Address: 1 Holbeach Mews, London SW12 9QX

Price per bowl: £11

Adaptogen Wellness Cafe is a fantastic little spot in Balham that has one of my favourite acai bowls in London on its menu.

This one comes in at £11 and is filled to the brim with so much goodness.

Firstly, to make the base, they blend sustainably sourced acai puree with frozen banana, wild blueberries, strawberries, coconut water, maca, ashwagandha, and lucuma powder.

Then, they top it with granola, goji berries, banana, strawberries, and toasted coconut flakes.

As you can see, this bowl is super filling!

However, if you want to bulk it up even more, you can do so by adding peanut butter or almond butter for an extra 75p, and raw cacao for an extra 50p.

It’s served beautifully, too, so you just know it’ll look amazing on Instagram!

27. Lili’s Healthy Bar

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Address: 74, Lower Walkway, Camden Lock Pl, London NW1 8AF

Phone number: 07463 552116

Price per bowl: £6.90

Last but by no means least, Lili’s Healthy Bar achieves what many health spots fail at: serving nutritious and cheap food.

At just £6.90, their acai bowl is one of the cheapest in the capital, so you can’t really go too wrong.

Their beautifully-named Acai Paradise bowl is a blend of acai, banana, blueberries, and coconut milk, topped with seasonal fruits, granola, and coconut flakes.

And when paired with one of Lili’s famous bubble teas, you’re onto an absolute winner with this one!

 

So that concludes the 27 best places to go for acai bowls in London!

Admittedly, England may not be ahead of the curve with acai bowls in the same way America is.

But luckily, our capital has more than enough acai bowls to make up for it.

All that’s left to do is to pick out the acai bowls in London that look the best to you and make your way around them!

Alternative pub crawl, anyone?

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