Cheapest acai bowls in Singapore
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Acai bowls have been around for awhile now, and it’s no wonder our #healthyliving homies have all jumped on this smoothie bowl bandwagon. Blended from frozen Brazilian acai berries, these smoothie bowls have the consistency of ice cream and are packed full of antioxidants, vitamins, fibre, and protein.
The exotic superfoods that make up each bowl usually don’t come cheap, but before you pass on these nutritious concoctions, here’s a heads up: there are affordable acai bowls under $10 in town for that morning pick-me-up:
1. Parallel (from $8.90)
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Parallel’s acai bowls come in two sizes – regular bowls for $8.90 and large ones for $12.90 – with three flavours to choose from: Superstar, Antioxidant, and Amino.
Besides regular toppings like banana, blueberries, and granola, they also have superfood toppings like goji berries and pumpkin seeds to zhng your smoothie bowls with. These come with no sugar added, but if you’re craving that extra sweetness, ask for a free topping of Australian organic raw honey.
You can even get your morning caffeine fix here from their Common Man Roasters Coffee menu that includes $5 Lattes and Long Blacks for $4.50.
Address: 1 Raffles Place, #B1-34, Singapore 048616
Opening hours: Monday – Friday, 7.30AM – 9.30PM | Closed on Saturdays and Sundays
Telephone: 9750 8997
2. Park Bench Deli (from $8)
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Most of us have heard of Park Bench Deli’s sinfully cheesy sandwiches, but rather than always indulging in their mouth-watering but calorie-laden sandwiches, opt for their $8 acai bowls topped with house-made granola, mixed fruits, and bee pollen granules for a change.
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Address: 179 Telok Ayer St, Singapore 068627
Opening hours: Monday – Friday, 7.30AM – 4PM, 5PM – 9.30PM | Saturday 9AM – 4PM | Closed on Sundays
Telephone: 6815 4600
3. Mo-ii (from $8.90)
Stepping into this minimalist cafe with indoor plants, shelves of books lining the walls, and an all-white aesthetic is like entering a tranquil sanctuary. Try their regular acai bowl, Summer Dream ($8.90) – icy blends of acai that are no doubt heavenly in this never-ending Singaporean summer.
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Besides acai, Mo-ii also serves their Mo-ii powerhouse ($8.90) pitaya bowls. Instead of acai, these come with a blended dragon fruit (pitaya) base topped with mangoes, jackfruit, strawberries, chia seeds, and granola.
Address: 20 Cecil St, Singapore 049705
Opening hours: Monday – Friday, 7.30AM – 5PM | Saturday, 7.30AM – 2.30PM | Closed on Sundays
Telephone: 8251 4776
4. Project Acai (from $6.80)
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Tucked away in the basement of Takashimaya you’ll find Project Acai, a superfood cafe that’s on a mission to make healthy eating more appealing with their yummy bowls of blended Brazilian acai.
If your wallet’s feeling a lil’ light, opt for their Original Flower Bowl in handy size ($6.80) and enjoy a thick acai smoothie packed with some 14 different fruit and superfood toppings, including cacao nibs, coconut shavings, and chia seeds.
Otherwise, fill your belly with their buttery Nut’s For Acai bowl in medium ($9.30) or large ($14.50) where you’ll get to choose 2 butters from their range of almond, cashew, peanut, and cookie butter on top of standard toppings like banana, granola, chia seeds, and cacao nibs.
Address: 391 Orchard Road, #B2-32A Takashimaya Shopping Centre, Ngee Ann City, Singapore 238872
Opening hours: 11AM – 9.30PM, Daily
5. Absolute Acai (from $5.90)
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Absolute Acai’s bowls consist of their signature smoothie blend of acai with guarana, apples, bananas, and 100% coconut water.
Each of their bowls come in three different sizes, and you can get a super affordable acai fix with their $5.90 Brazilian bowls topped with granola, banana, coconut flakes, and honey.
For a variety of fruit and seed toppings, get their Signature Bowl ($7.50/$9.50/$15.50), topped with fresh fruit like strawberries and kiwi, as well as pumpkin, sunflower, and chia seeds.
And just in case you’re a picky eater, their in-house creations are also customisable to your liking!
Address: 3 Pickering Street #01-38, Singapore 048660
Opening hours: Monday – Friday, 10.30AM – 8.30PM | Saturday, 11AM – 5.30PM | Closed on Sundays
Telephone: 6224 4088
6. Haakon (from $7.90)
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At Haakon, you can get small acai bowls for just $7.90 and large ones for $12.90. Try their signature Haakon’s Classic Acai Bowl made from an organic acai base with toppings like blueberries, coconut flakes, and in-house granola – served in a funnel-shaped bowl.
If you’d like to indulge in chocolatey goodness minus the guilt from added sugar, go for their Cacao Bliss Bowl – blended raw cacao and organic acai and topped with cacao nibs, banana, almond flakes, chia seed parfait, and chopped fruits.
Address: 313 Orchard Rd, #B2-14, Singapore 238895
Opening hours: 10AM – 10PM, Daily
7. Seed and Soil (from $8)
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Besides their acai bowls that go for $10 each, Seed and Soil also boasts an extensive smoothie bowl menu with bowls that come in 3 sizes ($8, $10, and $12).
These include the Cacao Warrior, a creamy chocolate smoothie base topped with fresh fruits and peanut butter, and Green Glow, a veggie smoothie with zesty pineapple and refreshing coconut.
Address: 1 Tanjong Pagar Plaza, Tanjong Pagar Plaza, #01-22, Singapore 082001
Opening hours: Monday – Friday, 8AM – 8PM | Saturday, 10AM – 5PM | Closed on Sundays
Telephone: 9644 0752
8. Coocaça (from $6.50)
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Coocaça (coo-ka-sa) has recently opened their hole-in-the-wall outlet just a 5-minute walk from Somerset MRT. Try their signature Pura Vida, which has all that acai goodness topped with mixed fruits and a generous dollop of almond butter for just $6.50.
You might have come across spirulina mooncakes before – if you didn’t already know, spirulina is a type of superfood algae full of nutrients. If you’re lactose intoletant, Coocaça has a Spirulina ($11.90) bowl, serve with soy milk, almond butter, and mixed fruits.
Their Singa bowl ($11.90) – a refreshing tropical blend of mango, pineapple, bananas and coconut water – will also make the perfect thirst-quenching snack.
Address: 1 Grange Rd, Singapore 239693
Opening hours: 11AM – 9PM, Daily
9. Randy Indulgence (from $7.90)
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From acai to cereal bowls, Randy Indulgence has got your dessert cravings covered.
Their acai bowls come in two sizes – diet for $7.90 and happy for $9.90 – with 2 acai bowls to choose from.
For that dose of dietary fibre, try their Fruity Bowl which includes acai, granola, berries, and coconut flakes. But for some added crunch, go for their Protein Bowl with toppings like with granola, walnuts, and almond flakes.
If you can’t decide, get the best of both worlds with a combination bowl of both Fruity and Protein for just $2 more!
Address: 7 Wallich Street, Tanjong Pagar Centre, #B1-10, Singapore 078884
Opening hours: Monday – Friday, 8AM – 10PM | Saturday 11AM – 8PM | Sunday 11AM – 6PM
Telephone: 8808 4758
10. The Cafe by HIC (from $8)
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Originally a juice shop, HICJUICE now has its own cafe, The Cafe by HIC, serving up some unusual acai bowls. For one, their Awesome Acai ($11.50) contains acai topped with banana, dehydrated pineapple, blueberries, strawberries, and – get this – skin food powder.
But if you’re not an adventurous eater, you can still opt for their Classic Acai bowls ($11.50) – topped with banana, gula melaka, granola, coconut flakes, chia seeds, and goji berries. Alternatively, go ahead and make your own acai bowls from $11.50.
Best of all, this cafe has Acai Wednesdays so you can get their acai bowls for just $8 then!
Address: 176 Orchard Rd, #01-104, The Centrepoint, Singapore 238843
Opening hours: 11AM – 9PM, Daily
Telephone: 8223 6766
Acai bowls for less
Eating clean doesn’t always mean that you have to subject yourself to a monotonous diet of steamed broccoli and chicken breast. These delectable dessert-like acai bowls that’re chock-full of nutrients prove just that! So whether you’re on a mission to detox, or just want to try out acai for the first time – these inexpensive acai bowl places conveniently located in town will give you that fruity fix!