Adam and Gary Keery, identical twin brothers, are opening up the UK’s first cereal café in London by the end of the year. This is a completely new concept for the food dining industry so that customers can enjoy a large range of cereals throughout the day. The cereal café will be called Cereal Killer Café and will be situated on Brick Lane, Shoreditch, London. The café is due to open on the 10th of December 2014. The café will be open from 7am until 8pm, so diners can enjoy cereal all day long for either breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Cereal can mean different things to different people, many people have the excitement of cereal from their childhood when they would look forward to getting up in the morning to enjoy a bowl of Kellogg’s Rice Krispies or Kellogg’s Coco Pops. The Cereal Killer Café will bring back childhood memories for everyone with the café being decorated with old cereal memorabilia from the 1980’s and the 1990’s, displaying old vintage cereal boxes.
The Cereal Killer Café will be serving over a hundred various cereals ranging from healthy cereals such as Weetabix to sweet tasting cereals such as Kellogg’s Coco Pops and varieties of cereal that aren’t readily available in the UK such as Lucky Charms and other cereals that have been sourced from various countries around the world such as America and Australia.
Along with the huge variety of cereal that is available at the Cereal Killer Café, there will also be a choice of milk available for customers to choose from such as chocolate milk, strawberry milk and hot milk. On top of that the café will also have twenty various toppings for customers to top onto their cereal ranging from dried fruit and nuts to marshmallows. As well as the various cereal that the café will be serving, there will also be other breakfast foods available with hot drinks such as tea, coffee and hot chocolate along with toast and pastries so that the café will suit everybody’s tastes.
Customers will be able to choose from three different sized portions of cereal; Small at £2.50, Medium at £3.00 and Large at £3.50. Cereal cocktails are also on the menu at the Cereal Killer Café. These are a cocktail of cereals mixed together with a special type of milk which is topped with something that will suit the flavour of the cereal.
The Cereal Killer Café should be a huge success, especially opening up in the UK’s capital. We already have various successful cafés across the UK serving breakfast, lunch and light snacks throughout the day such as Costa Coffee, Pret A Manger and Starbucks which are perfect for people to pop in to grab a quick snack before work or during a coffee break. A cereal café is perfect for those who want something different and something they may not be able to get so easily at the supermarket such as cereal from around the world or a type of cereal that may of been discontinued in this country.