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Where To Find Perth’s Best Acai Bowls

If you’ve never tried an Acai bowl, then now’s your chance, because i’ve managed to scope out the best Acai bowls around Perth. But if the humble berry just isn’t you’re thing, most of these places offer up some great coffee and guilt-free raw treats.

Nature’s Harvest

What isn’t to love about this place, really. Once you’ve ordered your acai bowl and picked out your toppings + granola, take a tour through this health food shop and pack your basket full of treats that you can actually feel good about. And if it’s too cold for Acai, their quinoa porridge with dates and banana will warm any cold soul.

20 Napoleon St, Cottesloe

Pixel Coffee Brewers

The guys at Pixel hands down win the award for the prettiest Acai bowl in Perth. Decorated with edible flowers and fresh fruit, you’d be crazy not to ‘gram this one. But good luck trying to resist a slice of their pretty layered cakes…

2/226 Oxford St, Leederville

The Shortlist 

New to town and claiming Leederville as its stomping grounds, The Shortlist serves up a neat Acai bowl. And if you’re still hungry, grab a serve of the home made crumpets topped with smashed avo.

150 Oxford St, Leederville

Market Street Juicery

For a quick acai fix, head into Market Street Juicery. This hidden gem serves up smoothies, juices, coffees and even takeway meals, so you can get your breakfast and lunch all in one. The best part? You can pick your granola, so your gluten free friends can enjoy a bowl too!

141 Oxford St, Leederville

Ohana Acai Bar

It’d be rude not to mention Ohana. These guys specialise in Acai bowls, so you’re guaranteed a nice thick consistency. And when it comes to toppings, they’ve got everything from coconut to bee pollen.

28 Market St, Fremantle


What better place to get your acai fix after a dip in the ocean. Yelo’s acai bowls are blended with coconut water for a refreshing taste, and are topped with homemade granola and fresh fruit. Perfect.

331 W Coast Dr, Perth


Everyone’s favourite Trigg cafe is now serving up the purple smoothie bowl. And it’s pretty epic. With fresh fruit, granola, coconut and chia seeds, what more could you want on a Saturday morning?

1/105-109 Flora Terrace, North Beach

Someday Coffee Co

This cute little cafe sits pretty atop Cambridge street and offers up a different kind of smoothie bowls. While I am a huge fan of acai, their tropical smoothie bowl with mango, banana, tumeric and coconut is a must try. It’s topped with toasted sweet nuts and seeds as well as fresh fruit. Trust me, it’s good.

445 Cambridge St, Floreat


Saving the best to last, everyone’s favourite corner street cafe is pumping out Acai bowls on the regular. The coffee’s always hot, the cronuts are always fresh, and the Acai bowls are always looking pretty. Get yourself down there ASAP.

178 Railway Parade, West Leederville

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