Caravan, King’s Cross, a restaurant based within a converted in Grain Store in Granary Square. Serving fresh and interesting food.
Michelle’s has no sense of direction, so I take control of where we go and how we’ll get there. This arrangement works for us, however Sunday morning was different. In brief heading the shower I instructed “go find somewhere good for brunch close to King’s Cross”. Some research led her to read out two review’s, but we agreed on Caravan.
After dropping our cases at Euston Station we headed straight to Caravan. The restaurant is housed in a grade II listed Victorian grain store in Granary Square. The building itself is a great eating space, a very cool industrial look with great high ceilings. You need to be prepared to wait, we arrived around midday and had a 45 minute wait. However having found a seat by the bar we ordered coffee. Our table was ready within 10 minutes.
A great brunch menu, with some really interesting menu options, it was hard to choose. We both opted for the same dish of jalapeño cornbread, poached eggs, sherry corn salsa and a herb crème fraîche – light, fresh and crammed full of flavour. Michelle washed this down with a Breakfast Martini which was served with a slice of sourdough toast and marmalade, while I opted for my favourite, a Bloody Mary.
Despite being busy at no point did we feel rushed, instead what we had was a very chilled out brunch, precisely what you need on a Sunday morning. We highly recommend a visit if you happen to be in the area.
The views expressed within this review are entirely our own and based on a meal which we paid for ourselves.