Cadbury crème egg aficionados in the UK will have the opportunity to take their obsession to the next level this month. According to the Evening Standard, Cadbury is launching a seven-week long Crème Egg Café pop-up in London's Soho district beginning January 22.
The pop-up will span three floors, with the first selling toasted egg crème sandwiches at £2 a piece ($2.85 USD). On the second floor visitors will find a restaurant-style area offering items for £4 ($5.70 USD) such as strawberries and crème egg, crème egg tray bakes, and egg and soldiers as well as tea, coffee, and water. Finally, The Mirror reportsthat the third floor will feature with a giant (non-edible) "interactive ball pool." Tickets for the pop-up restaurant go on sale at Eventbrite on January 19. Some limited space will be available for walk-ins. The café will operate Friday through Sunday through March 6.
Despite coming up with clever dessert café dishes, Cadbury managed to peeve many UK fans last winter when it altered the crème egg's chocolate recipe — omitting fresh milk in favor of a powdered mix.