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National Cereal Day At Cereal Killer Cafe

Posted by Gina McKlveen on Wed, Apr 27, 2016 @ 10:00 AM

Monday, March 7, 2016


National Cereal Day gives me an excuse to go to Cereal Killer Cafe again right?

Today is National Cereal Day, so what better way to spend the morning than grabbing a bowl of cereal from one of my favorite places in London. That’s right, Cereal Killer Cafe here I come … again. So, in case you haven’t noticed, I may have a slight obsession with cereal. I mean it’s the all-purpose meal. Cereal for breakfast? Sure! But cereal for lunch and dinner? Even better!






This morning I decided to check out the Cereal Killer Cafe in Camden. And to my delight, it was just as good as the one I went to on Brick Lane. I was feeling a little crazy, so I decided to mix it up from my usual bowl of Cheerios and try something off its specialty menu.


The Cereal Killer Cafe has a bunch of specialty cereal cocktails to choose from, but the “Sticky Monkey” caught my curiosity and it sounded amazing.


Clearly, I was not disappointed. But then again, Cereal Killer Cafe never disappoints! Definitely a must-try if you are in London!

Happy National Cereal Day!



Topics: study abroad, England, Gina McKlveen, The Cereal Killer Cafe, National Cereal Day, Camden

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