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Cereal Killer Café was the most talked-about 'restaurant' on Twitter this year

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When it comes to eating out, there's no denying that London has got all tastes covered, whether you're into haute cuisine or want to stuff your face with street food. But according to the 2015 Twitter Impact Index, what Londoners really want from a meal is to get high on sugary E-numbers, as Cereal Killer Café has topped the list of the most talked-about London restaurants this year. Keep in mind, though, that the number of people tweeting about the café would have been bumped up after the anti-gentrification protest back in September and that they seem to be playing pretty fast and loose with the term 'restaurant'.

The index was published by broadband company Relish, which analysed geo-located conversations to identify the top ten most talked-about places and events in London in 2015. Lady Dinah's Cat Emporium came in second place, followed by the ever-popular Bao in Soho in the list of most talked-about restaurants. And Londoners are clearly a carnivorous bunch as the list of the most talked-about street food was topped by The Rib Man, with Meat Liquor and Bleecker St Burger also coming in the top five.

Here's the full top ten list for each category: 

Restaurant: Cereal Killer Café (9,745 mentions)
Street food area: Box Park (40,817 mentions)
Street food vendor: The Rib Man (19,931 mentions)
Sporting event: Rugby World Cup (924,213 mentions)
Music festival: Wireless (27,961 mentions)
London park: Hyde Park (156,824 mentions)
City landmark: Buckingham Palace (131,412 mentions)
Exhibition: #AlWeiWei (8,503 mentions)
Food market: Borough Market (50,547 mentions)
Gallery: The Barbican (45,725 mentions)

Find out which was the most Instagrammed location in London this year.

Or see Clerkenwell Boy's top five dishes of 2015.

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