There are shelves full of different types of cereal, from all over the world. I ordered the Lion King cereal cocktail which features Lion cereal, Toffee Crisp cereal, caramel milk and rolos. With how much of a Disney fan I am, it’s no surprise that I chose this cereal cocktail.
There is classic, pop culture memorabilia in the café, both in the entrance area and downstairs where the majority of the tables are. There are even old TVs and you can sit on the side of a bed, instead of a chair! Cereal Killer Cafe really has a home away from home feel!
For a cup of tea and a bowl of cereal, I paid just over £5. I don’t think this was badly priced at all for London.
Since I last visited in 2015, Cereal Killer Cafe now has it’s own merchandise, which really shows how popular the brand has become. You can even purchase a cereal recipe book!