Brunch is a growing trend in London. I recently sampled one of the best breakfasts going so this had a lot to live up to. Part of the huge redevelopment around Kings Cross, Caravan is in an old warehouse with the appropriate brickwork and exposed ancilliaries.
Wildly popular, you can’t book for brunch, you simply take a numbered bag of flour and wait for your table at the bar. Once our full party (eventually) turned up we didn’t have long to wait but if you do face a longer stint, the coffee is excellent. They roast it fresh on the premises and the staff really know what they’re doing.
I opted for the Caravan fry – a lovely pile of fried mushrooms, bacon and tomatoes with eggs. The cooking was good and they were using really nice ingredients. The menu is innovative and I definitely want to try their salt beef bubble.
If you’re looking for brunch in central London – this is an excellent choice.
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