I’ve tracked down some of Sydney’s best Acai Bowls, according to me.
I fell in love with the Acai Bowl when I travelled to Hawaii in 2014. Except this isn’t a blog about Hawaii. That will come later on, after I have shared all my Australian travel secrets with you. But I will give you a little background first, to why I fell in love with the Acai Bowl.
Now, I know what your thinking. This is a travel blog. Why is she going to blab on about Acai Bowls. Well, I have sourced some of the best Acai Bowls in Sydney. So, if you happen to share my love for Acai Bowls and are looking to travel to Sydney, read this and you will know exactly where to go.
Before we left for our 7 day whirlwind vacation in Hawaii, my sister-in-law; who travels to Hawaii often told me I must try an Acai Bowl when I get there. In-fact, I’m sure she told me it should be the first thing I do, before I do anything else. Period.
So, I did. We landed at 8am, checked into the hotel and went in search for the nearest cafe serving a delicious Acai Bowl. And boy was she right. After flying just under 10 hours, not having had the chance to shower yet (as the hotel room wasn’t ready for us yet) and with the morning tropical island humidity already at its peak, it was exactly what I needed to fight the jet lag. Now I know why my sister-in-law told me to eat one as soon as we landed.
Since then, I have been obsessed with them. Not only have I searched high and low all over Sydney for the best ones. I have now resorted to making my own at home, for those lazy weekend days when you don’t want to leave the house.
Here are my top 6 cafes in Sydney that serve the best Acai Bowls:
- Calipress in Bondi
- Heart & Soul in Cronulla
- Mootch & Me in Brighton-Le-Sands
- Bare Naked Bowls in Manly
- Bills in Surry Hills
- Sadhana Kitchen in Enmore/Newtown
Of course, these cafes are not limited to just Acai Bowls. They also boast a wide range of delicious wholefoods and clean eating menus.