Toronto’s first ‘freestyle cereal cafe’ lets you fill a bowl for a fixed price

May 1 2017, 1:51 pm

They say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day.

It’s a tidbit of wisdom that doesn’t actually specify that the meal needs to be consumed at any specific time of day… so I think its safe to assume that as long as you get it in at some point you’re all good.

Silo13, newly opened near Yonge and Sheppard, serves classic breakfast staples all day long.

The cafe prides itself on carrying over 100 different types of cereal along with a rotating selection of seasonal fruits, chocolate and candy options, syrups, powders, and, a variety of milks.

Best of all, owners Ariel Kabir and David Cai have introduced a ‘freestyle’ service model meaning that customers can build their own bowls from any combination of ingredients for the fixed price of $10–so long as the domed lid ultimately closes.

The 24 oz bowls offer ample opportunity to go overboard with abundant options on the breakfast bar, and there’s no need to leave room for milk.

Choices of almond-, soy-, rice-, 2%, and homo milk (plus flavoured varieties) are included in the price but provided in bottles on the side ensuring no take-out order ever goes soggy.

Meanwhile, other grab-and-go selections include overnight oat and chia parfaits, fruit-infused bevies, and coffees.

Silo13 Freestyle Cereal Cafe

Address: 4750 Yonge Street, Unit 107, Toronto

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