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Fantastic Food Bowls and Where to Find Them

From enlightened Buddha bowls to otherworldly Satu’li bowls, the food bowl trend is dominating social media feeds and restaurant menus everywhere. These simple, colorful meals are just as pleasing to the eye as they are to the stomach. If you want to try this healthy food trend in Orlando, there are many restaurants where you can find the delicious creations. Check out our guide below to learn about some of the most fantastic food bowls in Orlando and where to find them.

Orlando’s Best Acaí Bowls

Even if you haven’t tried acai bowls, you’ve likely seen pictures of them online or being made in your favorite juice bar or smoothie shop. Acai berries are reddish-purple fruits about an inch around that grow on acai palm trees found in Central and South American rainforests. This super fruit promotes a healthy heart, boosts energy, aids in digestion, and improves your immune system. It’s no wonder this superfood is a favorite of many people.

Acai first became popular in the United States in the early 2000s when two brothers from Southern California named Ryan and Jeremy Black, and their friend Edmund Nichols began exporting it from Brazil. Since then, acai has made its way into all sorts of food and juice products found in stores and restaurants here in Orlando.

Whether you prefer acai bowls as a snack, for breakfast, or as a healthy dessert option, you can find them at these local spots:

Kingdom Acai

5628 International Dr. Orlando, FL 32819

Looking for a place that has unsweetened acai and that gives you an option to build your own acai bowls? Kingdom Acai is where you want to go.

Fruitiss Acai Café & Tapioca

5427 International Dr. Orlando, FL 32819

Fruitiss Acai Café & Tapioca is an excellent place for quick and healthy food, coffee, and Brazilian products.

Purple Ocean Superfood Bar

1620 N Orange Ave. Orlando, FL 32804

Made with all natural, raw, and organic ingredients, the acai bowls are what the Purple Ocean Superfood Bar is known for. Not only do they taste amazing, but the presentation of them is like no other.

Create Your Nature

1284 Orange Ave. Winter Park, FL 32789

Launched in 2016 by husband and wife Dan and Kim Dill, Create Your Nature has one of the biggest selections of signature acai bowls to choose from. Pick a 12 oz. size, or if you’re really craving acai, opt for a 16 oz. instead.

Tru Nature juice Bar

10886 W Colonial Dr. Ocoee, FL 34761

The staff at Tru Nature juice Bar takes their time preparing each acai bowl so that it’s fresh and delicious. There’s excellent seating both inside and outside, and the location is dog-friendly too – a must if you have your pet with you on vacation.

All of these locations offer delicious acai bowls all over Central Florida. So, you should have no problem finding a place to stop in while you’re on vacation.

Whether you’re in Orlando to visit friends and family or here on vacation to check out of all the famous attractions, book your stay at the Rosen Inn International. Make reservations today by calling 407-992-1754. Our convenient location makes it easy to visit several acai spots to determine which one is your favorite.
What it is: Perfect for breakfast or dessert, Amazonian açaí add a healthy splash of color to your Instagram feed as well as plenty of antioxidants for your body. Start with a base of frozen blended açaí berries, then add your favorite tropical fruits, nuts, granola, and maybe even chocolate. Add a drizzle of honey or almond butter, then dig in.

Where to find it: Try some authentic Brazilian açaí at Kingdom Açaí on International Drive. You can enjoy pre-prepared bowls or a self-service station where you can choose the amount you want. For even more places to enjoy açaí in Orlando, check out our previous blog post.

Grain Bowl

What it is: While not nearly as flashy as the açai bowl, the humble grain bowl is a staple for many health food bloggers. Start with a grain – usually quinoa, amaranth, or brown rice – then add whatever suites your fancy. Add meat or go veg and make a Buddha bowl with plenty of veggies, spouts, and seeds. Don’t forget the sauce!

Where to find it: Show off your food bowl prowess at Freshii. This healthy quick service restaurant on Dr. Phillips Blvd offers tofu, chicken, steak, and falafel as protein options for their build-your-own grain bowls.

 

Poke Bowl

What it is: A Hawaiian staple, this seafood dish is full of texture and umami flavors has quickly become a trend across the nation. Traditional poke bowls feature raw fish or octopus, making them ideal for seafood aficionados. Vegetarians can also enjoy this dish as many restaurants now offer tofu options as well.

Where to find it: For some of the most delicious and sustainably sourced poke bowls in Orlando, visit Lemonshark on Dr. Phillips Blvd. Choose from tuna, salmon, or tofu and build your own poke masterpiece.

 

Satu’li Bowl

What it is: This exotic dish is a favorite of the Na’vi from Pandora – The World of Avatar. To make your Satu’li bowl choose a base of greens, grains, or root vegetables, followed by a protein (including a tofu option for vegetarians), and a savory sauce. Top it off with a crunchy vegetable slaw and yogurt boba balls.

Where to find it: You’ll find Satu’li bowls only at the Satu’li Canteen in at Pandora – The World of Avatar inside Animal Kingdom. This former RDA mess hall is now operated by Alpha Centauri Expeditions and provides eco-travelers delicious food from Pandora and is decorated with Na’vi art. Don’t forget to snap a photo so you can share your inter-planetary cuisine.

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