|Monday - Wednesday||08:00 - 00:00|
|Thursday - Friday||08:00 - 01:00|
|Saturday||10:00 - 01:00|
|Sunday||10:00 - 16:00|
|Budget||Great Value (£15 - £30)|
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Caravan is a restaurant, bar and coffee roastery located on a busy corner site in Farringdon’s Exmouth Market. With glazed frontage on two sides of the building, overlooking the market and a bustling London intersection, the space has an open and relaxed feel to it. At market level we have created a main dining room seating 48 and a bar seating 18. In warmer months we open our bi-fold doors and let the market in, seating a further 30 outside. The basement houses our kitchen and coffee roastery, and includes our roastery table that is available for private hire for up to 12 guests.
The food at Caravan is well travelled. We use seasonal ingredients to create dishes that draw influence and flavours from around the world. Our food is served from three menus – breakfast (weekdays), brunch (weekends) and our all day lunch and dinner menu which is made up of small and large plates designed for sharing. Our drinks list is inspired by our own travels and love of diverse styles and flavours. We celebrate a live wine from Granada as much as we do a classic Burgundy.
We have converted the basement at Caravan into a working coffee roastery. Here we roast small batches of beans daily using green coffees sourced from around the world. We use our coffee not only to provide Caravan customers with their daily fix, but also to supply retail and wholesale customers around London and the UK.
The stalwart of antipodean dining, Caravan’s original Exmouth Market outpost naturally has bi-fold doors along with pavement dining that seats 30. For a true southern hemisphere alfresco experience go for brunch, both meat lovers and veggies will not be disappointed. We’re still dreaming of the cornbread French toast that we washed down with an Earl Grey Martini. You’d be stupid not to order a coffee from beans roasted in their basement and one more thing, the restaurant is East-facing so for breakfast or brunch you won’t want to forget your sunnies!