Top 5 Acai Bowls on the Gold Coast

Top 5 Acai Bowls on the Gold Coast

Sip it, spoon it, slurp it. The famous Acai. The delicious bowl of goodness has fast moved from a health food fad to a staple in the diets of many.

Not only are these wholesome, nutritious and perfect for our scorching summer days on the Gold Coast, but they are a bursting with colour and look way too good to eat.

When it comes to breakfast bowls in the beachside city, it’s serious business, so we have set out across the Gold Coast to find the Top 5 Acai Bowls to try on your next visit.

Blendlove

Where? Shop 1/253 Ferry Road, Southport
Why? It’s not often that you can eat caramel for breakfast – guilt free! With a base of blueberries, raspberries and strawberries, Blendlove have created this Acai masterpiece by topping it with caramel and coconut flakes – perfect for any time of the day.

Blendlove Salted Caramel Bowls
Image Source Blendlove

Helen’s Heavenly Bulk Foods

Where? 29 James Street, Burleigh Heads
Why? Whether you’re vegan, gluten free or on a paleo diet, you can customise your Acai bowl to suit all your dietary needs and desired tastes. The homemade granola is also pretty hard to top!

helens
Image source: Helens Heavenly Bulk Foods

Niche and Co

Where? 4/449 Golden Four Drive, Tugun
Why? This is your one stop shop for superfoods. Known for being experimental in the Acai department, it’s hard to go past the original ‘Kirra’ bowl, with everything from macadamia muesli to organic acai, fresh fruit, coconut and local raw honey.

Niche and Co
Image source Niche and Co

Grocer and Grind

Where? Shop 1/1 Sunshine Boulevard, Broadbeach
Why? It’s a rainbow in a bowl with this Instagram worthy Acai bowl from Grocer and Grind. Using only the freshest locally sourced produce, house-made granola and adorned with edible flowers, this bowl will leave you feeling like you are eating a piece of art.

grocer and grind
Image source Grocer and Grind

Bam Bam Bakehouse

Where? 2519 Gold Coast Hwy, Mermaid Beach
Why? Known across the coast for their mouth-watering pastries, Bam Bam Bakehouse also does a ripper Pitaya Bowl to rival any Acai counterpart. The Barbie Bowl is whipped pink Pitaya, banana and mango, topped with bee pollen, coconut and their very own chia crumble.

Bam Bam Pitaya Bowls
Image Source Bam Bam Bakehouse
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