1 Granary Building,1 Granary Square,King's Cross,London N1C 4AA,UK, N1C 4AA
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+44 20 7101 7661
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Caravan Kings Cross
1 Granary Building,1 Granary Square,King's Cross,London N1C 4AA,UKN1C 4AA
- +44 20 7101 7661
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Had a wonderful lunch here, with everything from the service, quality of food and atmosphere absolutely spot on! Had massive food envy by opting for pizza as opposed to sampling the small plates on offer, but still, the pizza was still fantastic.
Sampled some of the girlfriends deep fried duck egg with chorizo however, and oh my, I was lost in my food heaven. Both opted for an apple juice,...more
Had a lovely meal on a Friday night. We had to wait a little for the table, but had a drink at the bar, so no biggy.
The food was lovely - particular highlights were the chorizo & sweet potato croquettes, wasabi oysters, cornbread and the grits although it was all good. I'd recommend ordering in batches otherwise you can get carried away and end up with more food than you can handle!
As a big fan of the Exmouth Market original I was slightly taken aback at the sheer size of Caravan's King's Cross iteration. It was certainly popular enough to justify the size; only 45 minutes after opening it was already fairly crowded with a bunch of brunch hungry patrons.
Scaling a restaurant up to fill a bigger venue must be a difficult job and it is impressive that the original...more
Another new place in kings cross. Nice one. The more the better in my work place. This gaff has caused a buzz locally and I was interested to see why.
The approach is pretty cool. Set in the same building as the st martins school of art, an old warehouse made good, and those modern spurty fountains outside that are such fun. It's big and expansive and excites you as to what's inside.
I can't yet comment on the food. Whenever I'm in the area, I always tend to grab delicious street food from Kerb, just opposite.
The coffee, however, is the best I've had in London. The espresso-based drinks are all absolutely delicious and they do a cracking flat white. The filter coffee is fine, about as good as filter coffee can be, which is never as good as an Americano of course......more