You begin by choosing your serving size, small (£3/$4.55), medium (£3.70/$5.60) or large (£4.40/$6.70), for American and global cereals with the prices being slightly reduced for British cereals. The selection is vast, so choices are endless, there are American classics such as froot loops and golden grahams and modern varieties such as honey bunches of oats and special K protein. The British selection is large too, with classics like crunchy nut corn flakes and coco pops along with more gourmet selections such as Dorset cereals.
The next step is to choose your milk, regular milk is included in the price, however you can choose to upgrade to an alternative such as almond milk, soy milk, coconut, rice or even hazelnut. You can also choose to add a syrup flavoring to the milk, why not try peanut butter, salted caramel or blood orange?
The fun doesn’t there, the next step is add some toppings, you can choose from an array of dried fruits and nuts, fresh fruits and even candy such as reese’s pieces, marshmallows or malteasers, toppings are about a dollar each, so depending on your sweet tooth you may end up with a pretty expensive bowl of cereal!
I’m not sure I’d recommend a trip to the cereal killers café to a diabetic friend with all that added sugar, however this looks like allot of fun and why not indulge in a few extra calories for the experience, you may not really end up paying $10 for a bowl of cereal, but with all those tempting choices who knows, you could even make it up $15! Americans living in London may appreciate a nostalgic taste of home and locals can go on a breakfast tour of the world without leaving the country!