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Cereal Killer Café to open Camden Stables branch in May

PUBLISHED: 17:31 28 April 2015 | UPDATED: 17:31 28 April 2015

The identical twins behind Cereal Killer Café, Alan, left, and Gary Keery.

The identical twins behind Cereal Killer Café, Alan, left, and Gary Keery.

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The identical twins behind Brick Lane’s Cereal Killer Café are to open a second venue in Camden Stables on May 14.

Alan and Gary Keery said they had been overwhelmed by the success of their first venture in east London.

The controversial venue - seemingly loved and loathed in equal measure - sells 120 different types of cereal with more than 30 types of milk to choose from.

The Camden venue will be open every day from 9.30am to 7.30pm and will be spread over 1,000 sq ft.

It will house cereal memorabilia from cult US TV series Seinfeld and The A-Team’s Mr T, as well as early-’80s arcade game icons Donkey Kong and Pac-Man.

Gary said: “The thing that makes me most happy is the amazing feedback we get from customers. We knew the idea was a little crazy, but when people say it’s the best dining experience they’ve ever had it’s pretty amazing!”

The Brick Lane cereal café sees between 200 and 500 customers per day, with queues often stretching out of the premises.

The brothers’ Camden venue will feature the “cereal cocktails” on offer in the east London store and will also have a takeaway option.

For more information visit the Cereal Killer Cafe website.

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