Beat The Clock Gifts Home & Lifestyle Food & Drink Gadgets Clothing & Accessories Toys & Games WRB Prints Books Last Chance Show me everything
EST. 1998
Not For Everyone

Monkey Brains Bowl

Severed Simian Storage

Monkey Brains Bowl

Severed Simian Storage

  •  Feast straight from the gaping cranium of a hairy primate
  •  An elegant dining vessel fit for the Maharajah of Pankot
  •  Handy skull cap lid to keep your food hot or cold
  •  May cause sensitive dinner guests to faint melodramatically
  •  Also makes a very tasteful desk tidy


Roast chicken and Shepherds pie just won't cut it any more. Your body is a temple, a temple of doom, and it deserves to be fed something far more exciting.

So why not liven up meal times with this Monkey Brains Bowl and scoop chilled cerebral delicacies straight from its hairy gaping cranium. If this fine piece of severed simian storage is good enough for his Supreme Highness, the Maharajah of Pankot (and he knew how to party), then it's certainly good enough for you. You can fill it with all sorts of exotic delights like crispy Coleoptera beetles, Eye-ball soup and "Snake Surprise" ...or something more boring, like cornflakes.

It's an undeniably tasteful dining vessel, though the sight of it may cause more squeamish dinner guests to roll their eyes back and faint melodramatically.

more info

Please Note:
  • Delicious chilled monkey brains not included
  • Not dishwasher or microwave friendly
Product Features:
  • An elegant dining vessel fit for the Maharajah of Pankot
  • Comes with a plastic insert so that you can eat out of it
  • The ideal distraction for when conversation about secret religious societies turns sour
  • Also perfect for storing pens, keys and precious archaeological artefacts
  • Box Measures approximately 16cm(W) x 16cm(H) x 16cm(D)

Customer Reviews

Temple of Doom is one of my favourite films used to love it when I was little so when I saw this I had to get one. Truly awesome to look at exact replica from the film. Have now ordered my brother one for Christmas! Thanks Firebox.
Lindsay, - 28th September 2014
Who wouldn't want to eat their food out of a monkeys brain, brilliant I must say.
Billy, Nottingham - 30th June 2014
Submit a review