If you're a big fan of chocolate Easter treats, you may want to consider taking a trip to the world's first Cadbury Creme Egg Cafe.
The new Cadbury Creme Egg Cafe will open as a pop-up shop on London's Greek Street. The shop will run for seven weeks, starting on January 22nd and ending on March 6th. The shop will consists of three floors, each offering a different Creme Egg experience. On the ground floor guests will be treated to Creme Egg toasties, which are grilled cheese sandwiches with chocolate standing in for the cheese. The middle floor will function as a full-service restaurant where diners can choose from four different Creme Egg dishes. Finally, the top floor will house an interactive ball pool filled with Creme Eggs.
Eager chocoholics can purchase advanced tickets for event starting tomorrow.
The 'Cadbury Creme Egg Cafe' Celebrates a Beloved Easter Treat
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