Welcome back to another episode of Colossal Food Challenges, a series where we find the biggest food challenges and examine them further.
On this trip, we're going to Nevada. We're taking a look at a challenge that is cereal-inspired.
The Cereal Killerz Kitchen is a cereal-themed restaurant in Henderson, Nevada. They are known for their selection of over 100+ cereals that you can choose from to customize what you order. They also offer a wide variety of waffles, ice cream, milkshakes, and more, including the option of non-dairy milk.
The Cereal Challenge
Cereal Killerz offers something a bit more than just the regular menu to those willing to take it on. One bowl of cereal. That has to be easy, right? Nope, because this beast is massive! Let's break it down.
• You must notify the restaurant one day in advance and reserve your spot for the challenge. No walk-ins.
• You have 60 minutes to take on one bowl of 130+ different types of cereal. The challenge also comes with a gallon of milk, though you do not have to finish it.
• If you can conquer this beast, you get your bowl of cereal free, a free t-shirt, a $50 gift card, and your picture on the "Cereal Wall of Fame." Sounds pretty sweet to us!
At this point, you might be asking who would be willing to try such a thing. Even if you like cereal, this would be one of the toughest challenges you could ever try.
Naader "Freak Eating" Reda answered the call for this challenge, traveling to the restaurant and taking the challenge head-on in 2020.
LAS VEGAS HEAVY D also attempted this challenge in that same year.
Did they win against this colossal food challenge? Find out below!
The Cereal Challenge at Cereal Killerz Kitchen ranks highly on my list of unique food challenges. The thought of taking on over 130 different kinds of cereal in an attempt to see if you can conquer it and secure your spot on the Cereal Wall of Fame is something that will always intrigue me.
The question remains: Who is willing to take it on next?
Source: The Cereal Killerz Kitchen
Photo credit: Freak Eating
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