SquareMeal Review of
Caravan Exmouth Market
The original Caravan isn't as big or shiny as its King's Cross sibling, but it has no shortage of fans. We reckon London's growing brunch scene simply wouldn't be the same without it – and not only because it produces some of the best freshly roasted coffee beans in town. For a start, Caravan's easy-going Antipodean style is something of a template, from cornbread French toast with bacon to orange-scented pancakes with vanilla butter. At other times, the full fusion menu offers a cornucopia of colourful dishes. Don't be surprised if you end up chomping on Nepalese vegetable momo dumplings, BBQ pork belly with bourbon shrimp butter, and a salted peanut brownie during the course of one evening. The wine list has plenty by the glass to cope with the barrage of bold flavours.