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02/03/2015 10:25 GMT | Updated 02/03/2015 10:59 GMT

London's Porridge Cafe Is Making Oats More Interesting

Holly Mac eats a bowl of porridge at the 'Porridge Cafe' in Shoreditch on March 2, 2015 in London, England.
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Holly Mac eats a bowl of porridge at the 'Porridge Cafe' in Shoreditch on March 2, 2015 in London, England.

London's first Porridge Café opened in London on Monday, selling a range of sweet and savoury oat dishes.

Despite it being one of the world's most boring breakfast dishes, the oaty eatery's home in used-to-be-hip Shoreditch will undoubtedly bring in the yuppies with their unique take on the dish.

Featuring blends such as Blueberry, Ginger and Cashew Butter and Bacon, Avocado and Roasted Tomato, the Porridge Café is bringing an unseen twist to the streets of London.

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Obviously they have gluten-free options available

Located on Paul Street near Old Street station, the venue has a different menu every weekday.

Following on from the completely baffling trend of hipster cafés selling everyday foods for high prices, they have at least put a lot of thought into the flavours and combinations. There's a ton of interesting blends on the menu, and their weekend brunch does sound more than a bit tempting.

Even if it is on a base of boring old porridge.

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The Mushroom, Fennel and Lemon porridge costs £4.50

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