A Cadbury Crème Egg Café is Opening in London and It Sounds Divine

The Crème Egg Café popup will open for two months, serving dishes featuring everyone’s favorite Easter candy
As if we needed an excuse to eat more Cadbury Crème Eggs.

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As if we needed an excuse to eat more Cadbury Crème Eggs.

Here’s a popup experience that’ll have all the chicks going crazy: a Cadbury Crème Egg Café. The café will be serving crème egg toasties, cake, and more fun dishes featuring the springtime sweet treat. The popup is opening in London on January 22, and will close in early March.

If you want to experience ooey-gooey chocolatey creations, you’ll have to buy a ticket online for £4 ($5.68 USD), and we hear they’re selling fast, according to Foodbeast.

Here’s the breakdown of this Cadbury fun house: The first floor will sell Crème Egg Toasties (like mini paninis) filled with melted Cadbury Crème Eggs; the second floor will be the main restaurant serving Cadbury-inspired dishes; and in case you want to get out your sugar rush-induced extra energy, the third floor houses a giant ball pit for all ages.

With all of the hubbub surrounding this highly anticipated popup, we wonder if this is in response to the backlash against Cadbury for changing its iconic chocolate recipe and angering British sweets fiends everywhere. In fact, after changing its formula for the iconic cream-filled chocolate eggs, Cadbury has faced a $9 million sales slump.

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