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Looking for Hong Kong's best smoothie bowls? From acai to matcha, here are the best superfood-packed smoothie bowls to dig into

Smoothie bowls have taken over our Instagram feeds for a while now and it's no surprise why. Colourful, delicious and fun to eat, they're thicker than smoothies with an ice cream like base and topped with a kaleidoscope of superfood toppings in rainbow colours.

Great for breakfast, a snack or even dessert, we're letting you know where to find the best smoothies bowls in Hong Kong.

See also: The Best Healthy Breakfast Spots In Hong Kong

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Supabowl

Packed with more superfoods than you can pronounce, the smoothie bowls at Supabowl are especially popular on Instagram. It's even a favourite of Olympic Silver-Medalist Siobhan Haughey.

Make your own bowl, or go for the crowd favourite Cocobowl as it comes in a freshly husked coconut shell. Topped with strawberries, banana, blueberries, coconut flakes, kiwi and more, be sure to ask for a drizzle of their homemade almond butter for a shot of natural, good-for-you protein. Almond butter is a good source of healthy monounsaturated fats, vitamin E and magnesium, which boosts heart health by promoting the blow of blood, oxygen, and nutrients. It also keeps your blood sugar stable so you can avoid that mid-afternoon crash.

Supabowl, Shop A1, 5 Swatow Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong; Shop B, 41-43 Graham Street, Central, Hong Kong, supabowlhk.com

See also: Olympic Silver-Medal Winning Swimmer Siobhan Haughey’s 15 Favourite Things

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Be-Juiced + Bar

A long-time favourite for Hong Kong smoothie bowl lovers, Be-Juiced offers acai bowls on the icier side made with frozen acai pulp, fresh banana and apple juice. Choose from a variety of toppings such as bee pollen, goji berries, chia seeds, cashew nuts, hemp seeds and more, in addition to fresh fruit.

Acai berries come from the Amazon rainforest and are loaded with antioxidants—even more than their berry counterparts: blueberries and cranberries. Other benefits include increased energy, immunity, mental function and libido—so get ready to burn some extra calories.

Be-Juiced + Bar, 45 Peel Street, Central, Hong Kong, bejuiced-hk.com

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Infiniti C By October

This blue-themed gluten-free cafe is staying on brand with their blue acai bowl, which gets its luminescent shade from spirulina. The cool treat is stopped with fresh kiwi, strawberries, dragon fruit and blueberries as well as a smattering of toasted coconut. 

Infiniti C by October, Shop A, G/F, Kings Hill, 38 Western Street, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong, instagram.com/infinitic_october

 

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Elephant Grounds

A regular haunt for breakfast and brunch hunters, Elephant Grounds' smoothie bowls make a light alternative to their heartier selections. The acai bowl features house-made blueberry yoghurt, granola, banana, strawberry, blueberries, almonds and coconut flakes. 

Elephant Grounds, various locations

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Little Cove Espresso

If you're in Sai Kung, don't miss out on a visit to Little Cove Espresso. The cute cafe's menu is filled with speciality coffee and both hearty and healthy breakfast and brunch dishes . For smoothie bowl lovers, the Spirulina Bowl is a favourite, made with banana, spirulina and coconut milk, and topped off with coconut, buckwheat granola, strawberries and honey.

Little Cove also serves the fruity and pink Red Dragon Bowl, along with the rich Cacao Paradise. 

Little Cove Espresso, Villa Block A, Siu Yat Building Block A, Shop 1+2, G/F, Sai Kung Hoi Pong Square, Sai Kung, Hong Kong, facebook.com/littlecoveespresso