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London - eat - Caravan King's Cross

Caravan King's Cross

Nibble on globetrotting tapas in an old industrial granary

Caravan King’s Cross is a little tricky to find and there tends to be a slight wind tunnel effect along the new pedestrian route towards the granary, but once inside it’s worth the hunt. It’s a vast, interesting space that’s held on to it’s roots as part of the old granary. Lots of exposed light bulbs and expensive salvaged pieces – that much loved industrial chic look. There are so many interesting sounding items on their small plates/sharing menu. Interesting combinations from a variety of cuisines reaching from Latin America, through Italy, all the way around to Southeast Asia. On my first visit I feared the chef had possibly been overly ambitious with his flavors, but once the food arrived I knew I’d found a new favorite restaurant. Fried chicken with watermelon, grits with wild mushrooms, pizzas, ceviche. Oh, and try it in the summer when the vast outdoor seating area rules supreme!

Review by Sally Hurst

To read more of Sally's foodie findings visit her blog at: chefsallyjane

cuisine: Variety of cuisines

address: 1 Granary Square
N1C 4AA London

phone: 020 7101 7661

website: Caravan King's Cross

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