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The best acai bowls available for delivery in Singapore

A guilt-free sweet treat loaded with fruits and protein

By Fabian Loo
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You’re feeling the mid-day munchies. But instead of wolfing down another packet of potato chips, you might be craving for a cold, healthier alternative to beat the afternoon heat. These acai bowls topped with fruits and nuts might do the trick – along with delivery services that’ll bring you a colourful bowl right to your door in just a few minutes.

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Porcelain Cafe by Gratefood Co
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Porcelain Cafe by Gratefood Co

Restaurants Cafés Orchard

Porcelain Cafe by Gratefood Co blends down dragonfruit, banana, and other healthy ingredients, and turns them into gorgeous smoothie art bowls that are easy on the eyes, and waistline. The extensive range features the Chia La Vie ($11), with chocolate chia pudding; acai with coconut yoghurt ($11.90); speculoos-topped acai bowl ($11.90); and more. Stay-home bundles, which lets you customise your very own frozen dessert, are also available. 

Order here porcelaincafebygratefoodco.cococart.co

The Acai Collective
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The Acai Collective

Restaurants Serangoon

The Acai Collective prides itself on its smooth, creamy base that doesn't contain any sugars or additives. The blended organic acai comes topped with bananas, kiwi, strawberries, and blueberries in the signature bowl (from $7.50), chocolate buckini (activated buckwheat) and a dollop of nut butter (from $10.50) for a spin on the usual variant. While its GrabFood delivery service extends to those living around the Serangoon neighbourhood, you can drop @theacaicollective a DM and request to be added into an exclusive Telegram group chat where details of its in-house neighbourhood delivery services are released.

Order here Local delivery via GrabFood, or slide into its DM for more information

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The Good Boys
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The Good Boys

Restaurants Cafés Toa Payoh

Trying to stick to your diet plans? The Good Boys can help. This humble café serves up superfood bowls – both sweet and savoury. Beyond the usual suspect of the TGB Acai Bowl ($12), try the Fruity Matcha ($12) that comes blended with spinach and matcha powder, or the Crimson Lush ($12) with beetroot and raspberries. For a healthy, hearty meal, throw in a salad bowl, topped with roasted chicken and soba noodles on a bed of baby spinach ($9), or smoked salmon and tobiko alongside Japanese rice ($10). 

Order here taiseng.thegoodboys.com.sg

An Acai Affair
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An Acai Affair

Restaurants Cafés Marine Parade

An Acai Affair has come a long way since it first started out as a small stall in Katong. Now it has five outlets islandwide, and an online portal for those looking to have a tasty treat at home. The basic Triple A ($9.90) comes with the usual fresh fruits and granola, but those looking to switch things up can try its Ch-ch-ch-chia ($9.90) with chia pudding; or the Pitaya Punch ($9.60) with pitaya passionfruit sorbet. Deliveries also come packed with dry ice to ensure that the frozen treat doesn't melt before it reaches your door. 

Order here anacaiaffair.com/shop

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Haakon acai bowl
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Haakon

Restaurants Bukit Timah

Pronounced ‘haw-coon’, this Scandinavian-inspired café packs superfoods from Norway into its menu. Beyond poke bowls and salads, there are four different acai bowls (from $12.90) to choose from, including the Green & Lean Bowl with spirulina, mango, spinach, and apple; Cacao Bliss Acai Bowl blended with raw cacao and coconut; and Nut Butter & Acai Bowl for extra servings of creamy almond butter. 

Order here order.haakon.com.sg

Randy Indulgence
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Randy Indulgence

Restaurants Raffles Place

At Randy Indulgence, you'll find a wide variety of dessert bowls that extend beyond the usual acai base. While the medium acai bowl ($9.90) with fruits, granola, and coconut flakes is good, you can also swap out the purple berry for a pitaya base instead. Those feeling lazy can slurp down superfruits in smoothies packed with acai ($6.90) and mango with pineapple ($6.90), or opt for a pint of its ready-to-eat acai ($15) that can be consumed straight from the tub. You can also throw an acai party at home with its package packs for five (from $30), or even 10 (from $55). 

Order here order.randyindulgence.com/#/

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Coocaca
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Coocaca

Restaurants Cafés Orchard

Acai bowls from Coocaca come with a tropical spin. Its signature creation, Pure Vida, comes with a blended base of berries, banana, and coconut, finished with toppings of fresh fruits, granola, and coconut flakes. If you want to create the acai bowl of your dreams, Coocaca has a DIY Acai Kit ($35) that comes with four packs of acai, bananas, your choice of coconut water or oat milk, and frozen blueberries or strawberries. You’ll also get to choose two toppings from its extensive list that range from goji berries to mini pretzels.

Order here Available via Grabfood

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