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Dublin could be getting its very own cereal-only café

The owners of London’s new Cereal Killer Café reckon Irish people would love one of their own.

THE IRISH OWNERS OF the UKS’s first ever cereal café have said they might consider opening another café dedicated to the breakfast treat in Dublin.

Belfast brothers Alan and Gary Keery are opening a cereal-only café in London on December 10.

The Cereal Killer Café will be stocked with over 100 brands of cereal, which punters can pair with 12 different types of milk and toppings of their choice.

Speaking to John Murray on RTÉ Radio 1 this morning, Gary Keery said that given the reaction the café has gotten in Ireland, they might consider opening another one here:

We don’t know but but we always talked about opening a few. I think, the amount of interest we’ve had from Ireland – there could be a possibility of opening a cereal café in Dublin soon.

Here are five other things we learned about the cereal-mad Keery brothers this morning:

1. They came up with the idea for a cereal café when out for lunch one day

Cereal Source: Nocookie

We thought: “Wouldn’t it be great if we could get a bowl of cereal somewhere?” It was just a lightbulb moment.

2. Gary’s favourite cereal is ‘peanut butter-flavoured’

Though he concedes it isn’t that popular over on this side of the Atlantic.

3. They don’t think porridge is a ‘real cereal’

2013-09-25-beast Source: Huffingtonpost

And it won’t be served at the café. Controversial choice (but mainly due to the fact that they don’t have a license to serve hot food).

4. They have “30 to 40″ boxes of cereal in their apartment


5. The Honey Monster is a fan

National Honey Week Source: PA Archive/Press Association Images

The Sugar Puffs mascot has gotten in touch to say he wants to come down to the café’s opening day. If that isn’t a ringing endorsement, we don’t know what is.

Previously: Irish brothers set to open greatest restaurant ever in London… for cereal>

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