Have you ever found yourself out on the town and hankering for a bowl of Lucky Charms? If so, and you're visiting London, you're in luck: The city's first cereal cafe is set to open next month.
The Cereal Killer Cafe will serve up more than 100 varieties of cereal from across the world in Brick Lane in London's East End, starting on December 10.
The venture is the brainchild of two identical twins from Belfast, Alan and Gary Keery, who have sourced treats from America, France, Australia, South Africa and South Korea.
Two floors will be decorated with cereal ephemera, including bike reflectors and milk bottles. The cafe will offer the likes of Lucky Charms, Trix and Corn Pops with 12 types of milk (including rice, soya, almond, oat and hazelnut varieties) and 20 toppings from Oreos to marshmallows.
Breakfast fiends can also choose from 18 types of Pop-Tarts and stomach-challenging cocktail creations that mash up cereals, toppings and milk.
The brothers only raised £1,015 of their £60,000 goal (around $1,900 of $112,000) via Indiegogo, but have since found further investment. The pair has also put £20,000 ($37,200) of their own savings into the project.
The Cereal Killer Cafe isn't the first place serving all day breakfast snacks; Cereality is just one chain in the U.S. offering similar fare. Zooey Deschanel also starred as a cereal cafe employee in the movie Flakes.
This story originally appeared on Mashable.