Caravan is a restaurant, bar and roastery. Our food and drink concept is seasonal and well traveled, using flavours and ingredients from around the world. We also roast our own coffee on site daily creating seasonal espresso blends and single origin filter coffee sought out for their unique flavour characteristics.
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Venue Details & Map
11-13 Exmouth MarketLondonEC1R 4QD
- Public transport:
- Barbican, Underground
Stopped here for a dessert and a coffee while visiting my friend. Most places around were expensive restaurants or pubs, and well we just wanted some cake and coffee =) We found some delicious desserts here and loved our deep rich lattes.more
I've been here twice and love it!
I'm obviously not alone because there's usually a queue for brunch here at the weekends, even in heavy showers. Be prepared to take a number but know that it will be worth it once your food arrives.
The restaurant itself is really nice, cool venue and lots of space for groups.
I like this place because the quality of the food they serve is really high and they...more
I was disappointed with Caravan.
We arrived at rush hour so were told we would have to wait 45min. However we'd spotted space outside and when asked were seated there straight away (so why were we asked to wait?!).
We ordered a couple of juices which were exactly what you'd expect and reasonably priced at £3 and £4.50.
We then had the aubergine with sausage and the baked eggs.
Caravan, Caravan, Caravan... what a place. Is it *the* place? Quite possibly. The food is fantastic, as is the coffee. I used to live nearby, and this was a frequent brunch spot (although not as frequent as it could have been, due to the pricetag).
Brunch aside, there is a fantastic selection of food for lunch and dinner, and there drinks menu is broad. Saying that, I have eaten here for...more
Banana Loaf with Banana Caramel Yogurt
Cornbread French Toast - Bacon, Rocket, Avocado, Paprika Maple Syrup
Two Crumpets "and too much butter" with Honey
In bed at a comparatively early hour after the Monty Python Live show at The O2 the night prior and with lunch reservations in Bray set at noon it was with the sun that I rose on Thursday morning and...more