If it’s More Than Just Acai You’re After, Oak Berry in Dublin Should Be Your Next Stop


We visited Oak Berry Acai to see if it’s really the number one acai spot in Dublin. As they say it’s not just Acai its Oak berry.

Oak Berry Acai was founded in Brazil but now has been made worldwide. Recently they have opened a store in Dublin, South Anne Street, which is where Dublin4all visited. The location of Oak berry is perfectly central in the city center in Dublin which is just ideal if you’re looking to go for some shopping before or after trying Oak berry.

Oak berry’s aesthetic was one of my favorite parts to the shop. From the exterior to the interior, they nailed the bright, clean and colorful aestheticists modern, simple yet effective style is all in, and Oak berry are not behind in this trend. They even have both self-service and tills featured in the shop which also adds to the modern theme.

The Menu

Oak berry’s menu consists of acai being their main sales point, but they also have smoothies and some beverages in the shop also. Their acai bowls range from 8 euro to 13.50, depending on what size and toppings you pick. For their toppings they have a huge variety of nuts, fruits, seeds and spreads. I got ‘the works’ acai bowl with strawberries, blueberries, goji berries, coconut flakes, granola and of course peanut butter. They also have their smoothie menu which ranges from 8.50 to 13.50, yes, it is a little pricey for a smoothie, but it is good quality and reasonable sizing. I enjoy the fact the Oak berry menu is small and niche, this is a sign of good quality food.


The ambience in Oak berry is chill and fun, they have good music and good staff. The staff were extremely inviting and bubbly when serving me, which is always a positive in my book. They play good music and have a small, allocated seating area to sit, people watch and enjoy your acai. The shop was not too busy when I visited but I’m sure it can get very busy around the warmer months of the year. There is plenty of time in the day to get your Acai weekly as they open 9am-8pm Monday-Friday and 10am-8pm Saturday and Sunday.

Overall, I can see why Oak berry is stated to be the acai as you can see the quality of the product from the interior, ambience, to the product itself. If you’re looking for some delicious acai or smoothies in Dublin head down to Oak berry acai on South Anne Street in Dublin city center, you won’t regret it.