The King’s Cross branch of this popular restaurant and coffee roastery is in the Granary Building, just minutes from King’s Cross Station. Take a seat in the stripped-back, industrial style dining room, or if the weather’s fine, on the terrace overlooking the fountains of Granary Square.
Dishes draw influence and flavours from around the world and are best enjoyed as small plates made for sharing. Think delicate portions of crispy soft shell crab with red lentil dahl, braised Welsh lamb sofrito topped with salsa verde and grilled octopus with chorizo and mojo picon. There are plenty of veggie options as well, with soba noodle salad, curried swede heaped with coconut yoghurt, goat’s cheese and chickpea chips.
If sharing’s not your thing, then large plates on offer might be gnocchi with wild mushrooms, seared cod with sesame squash and hazelnut dukkah or Yorkshire shorthorn ribeye with bourbon relish.
Caravan roasts small batches of beans daily, in-house. Espresso is blended using the freshest, tastiest crops of the season, while the filter coffees are single-source and have been sought out for their unique flavour characteristics and quality.
Mornings at Caravan
Breakfast and brunch at Caravan is a real treat. Find out more about breakfast and brunch at Caravan and the other King’s Cross restaurants at top pics for breakfast and brunch.
For opening hours and to make a reservation, visit the Caravan website.