UK’s first cereal cafe to open on Brick Lane

By Laurence Gibbons

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The UK’s first speciality cereal cafe will open on Brick Lane, London on December 10.

The Cereal Killer Cafe will sell more than 100 different types of cereal from around the world, 12 varieties of milk and 20 toppings.

The cafe is the idea of “cereal obsessed”​ identical twins Alan and Gary Keery from Belfast, Ireland.

It will be open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and will also display hundreds of items of memorabilia from the 1980s and 1990s, the twins said.

“We’ll have well over 100 cereals from America, South Africa, France, Australia, South Korea and, of course, the UK,” ​they said.


Diners will also be able to enjoy 18 flavours of Poptarts, toast with choice of spread, and coffee and tea.

Cereals will be sold in small, medium and large bowls at £2.50, £3.00, £3.50 respectively.

Or you can pick up a ‘combo meal’ of a medium bowl of cereal with your choice of toast or a Poptart and either tea, coffee or a juice box for £5.

To add to the nostalgia, TVs will play classic children’s cartoons on Saturday mornings, the twins added.

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