Calling all Jerry Seinfelds of the world who harbour a particular enthusiasm for breakfast cereals: A cafe that serves 100 different cereals from around the world is set to open its doors in London.
When the Cereal Killer Cafe opens in Shoreditch next month, customers will be able to choose between brands from the US, South Africa, France, Australia and South Korea, 12 different types of milk, and 20 different toppings.
For adults, that might mean a nostalgic stroll through their childhood while watching retro morning cartoons, surrounded by vintage cereal boxes and memorabilia from the 1980s, or reconnecting with favourite brands from their respective native countries.
The cafe, helmed by a pair of twin, bearded and tattooed brothers, will be open all day from 7am to 8pm to answer to midday and evening cereal attacks, and also feature more than a dozen types of Pop-Tarts, toast and coffee, reports trade publication Big Hospitality.
Bowls will cost between R44 and R62.
Though the opening of the Cereal Killer Cafe will mark the first of its kind in the UK, it’s not a completely original concept.
In the US, Cereality offers similar menus at the Dallas-Fort Worth Airport and in Richmond, Virginia, where popular cereal brands are mixed together and topped with garnishes like peaches, honey, dried cranberries, blueberries, marshmallows, chocolate syrup and malt balls.
The Cereal Killer Cafe opens December 10.