Identical twins Alan and Gary Keery are self-confessed cereal fanatics who have turned their cereal obsession into the UK’s first cereal cafe. The idea came to the 30-something Belfast boys when they needed an afternoon cereal fix but couldn’t find a restaurant who would dish it up for them so late in the day. The Cereal Killer Cafe opens from 7am to 8pm, and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner in a fun environment filled with classic cereal memorabilia from the 80’s and 90’s. They also have vintage televisions looping old school cartoons to enjoy with your bowl of cereal.
The menu is made up of over 120 types of cereal from all over the world, as far as South Africa, France, Australia, America and South Korea. They also offer 30 varieties of milk: regular milk, lacto-free milk, oat milk, hazelnut milk, almond milk and a variety of other flavoured milks too. 20 types of tasty toppings include Reese’s Pieces, M&M’s as well as fruits and nuts.