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Cereal Killer Cafe Camden

Restaurants Camden Market
5 out of 5 stars
(6user reviews)

Details

Address: Unit 2, Mezzanine Level
Stable Market
London
NW1 8AH
Transport: Tube: Camden Town
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Users say (6)

5 out of 5 stars

Average User Rating

4.5 / 5

Rating Breakdown

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tastemaker

Visiting Cereal Killer Cafe is always like taking a trip down memory lane! They have all your childhood toys and posters displayed around the shop, as well spice girls wallpaper and small TVs playing Sabrina the teenage witch and saved by the bell! You honestly couldn't feel more comfortable, oh wait, yes you can, they even have beds at the back for you to sit/chill out on! Its amazing! Now onto the food, you guessed it; cereal! There are so many different cereals, ones i've never even heard of but so exciting to try, you can choose your flavour of milk as well as toppings! If you dont want a big bowl, you can get ice cream or a pop tart or even a hot drink, such as a flat white made with milk which has had frosties soaked in it! Let your inner child out and try a selection. Expect a small bowl of cereal and coffee to cost you approx £10.

tastemaker

Ok, so I’m not a big fan of cereal but my nieces are and they loved the Cereal Cafe. It’s a quirky breakfast cafe which pays homage to all things cereal. There is a step by step process to follow to create the ultimate cereal and you can even sit on beds to enjoy it. Very quirky and great for kids and adults alike who love cereal.

tastemaker

 Cereal Killer where you can treat your inner child.


Visiting this place is a fun experience.

I loved the variety of the cereals (classics, limited editions, healthy options), milks and toppings and of course the decoration. I could have spend hours taking photos of all the quirky stuff I can find (from the Spice Girls wallpaper through the memorabilias on the walls to the "bed in breakfast" concept).

And yes, CK is overpriced...but again...it's more like an experience what you do maybe once a year not an everyday breakfast place.

Tastemaker

Not the cheapest breakfast. Though it has the vibe of 90s sitting in my bedroom eating cereal on my bed. There's an amazing selection of cereal from all over the world, different types of milks and toppings.
The best part is that there are many vegan options, simply ask one of the staff members! 
It's definitely an experience to recommend, and from visiting this week it looks like they're taking over more space around the market with a pop-up cereal box perfect for photo-ops.


Love this place. Makes me feel so nostalgic! Glad theres somewhere to go, where its not strange to get so excited about cereal! Also, love the fact that I can eat the American cereals that I have missed.

Tastemaker

When the first Cereal Killer cafe opened I thought I would go there…over my dead body. Overpriced sugary mush, and you had to queue for it?! Needless to say, I was not overly enthusiastic to visit the second branch in Camden. However, I found myself visiting with a group of friends when we wanted somewhere warm and to rest our feet after wandering round Camden's markets all afternoon. Once inside, I suddenly turned into an enthusiastic supporter of this idea- they have Cinnabon cereal, for heavens' sake! Cinnamon cravings aside, there are so many options, from 'healthy' granola to all our e-number American imports. The milk choice is amazing, and as someone who doesn't drink cow's milk it was great to be able to order chocolate soya milk, or strawberry almond milk, or whatever variety I fancied. The decor is fantastic- it's a shrine to all things 90s, from Power Rangers, to Sabrina the Teenage Witch on the TVs, to Spice Girls posters, and sparked so many 'do you remember?!' between my friends and I. Despite it being a breakfast spot, given the sugary cereal son offer I would say this is actually better as an option for a mid-afternoon snack. I'm completely converted, and can't wait to go back!

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