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Hipster overload: Cereal Killer Cafe opens

Celyn

Well-Known Member
  • My first thought was that it can't be real, then I remembered that Urban has quite a lot to discuss about porridge, so there might well be hordes of fans of rare brekky cereals just dying to go to this place.
And now I think that, with all the bright coloured boxes and old adverts and little cereal-box toys, it could be great fun if you're in the right state of mind, which probably wouldn't be at breakfast time. So if they opened at more of a sort of late-night schedule, it might get by for a while.
 

Chilli.s

changed the little words
Just how many bowls of cereal does one have to sell to pay the rent on a café in Brick Lane? It's not a type of dish that requires skilled preparation so ain't gonna be able to charge too much.
 

JTG

Angry about not being able to be an astronaut.
Just how many bowls of cereal does one have to sell to pay the rent on a café in Brick Lane? It's not a type of dish that requires skilled preparation so ain't gonna be able to charge too much.
I dunno though. I once went to Lord's for a Middlesex match and went in search of a cafe for breakfast. This place showed me a narrow selection of cereals at exhorbitant prices and no sign of a fry up.

Fucking St John's Wood
 

Pickman's model

every man and every woman is a star
I dunno though. I once went to Lord's for a Middlesex match and went in search of a cafe for breakfast. This place showed me a narrow selection of cereals at exhorbitant prices and no sign of a fry up.

Fucking St John's Wood
are there any urbs living up that way?
 

belboid

TUC Off Your Knees
Just how many bowls of cereal does one have to sell to pay the rent on a café in Brick Lane? It's not a type of dish that requires skilled preparation so ain't gonna be able to charge too much.
Nigel Slater is knocking up a column for next weeks Guardian on why it's actually a lot harder than you think, and is absolutely definitely worth a fiver of your hard earned for a bowl of Weetabix.
 

Fozzie Bear

Well-Known Member
The inside cover advert of the Guardian Guide this week is some bearded tattooed hipster advertising e-cigs.

So that style is probably on its way out now too.

Whatever happens next will probably be just as annoying though.
 

editor

hiraethified
The inside cover advert of the Guardian Guide this week is some bearded tattooed hipster advertising e-cigs.

So that style is probably on its way out now too.

Whatever happens next will probably be just as annoying though.
I hope it's home grown annoying as opposed to entirely copied from NYC annoying.
 
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