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Eclectic Restaurant££
Today 8:00 – 11:30 am, 12:00 – 10:30 pm
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11-13 Exmouth Market London EC1R 4QD United Kingdom
11-13 Exmouth MarketGBLondonEC1R 4QD
+44 20 7833
££Eclectic Restaurant, European Restaurant
Eclectic Restaurant
European Restaurant
Coffee Shop
Today 8:00 – 11:30 am, 12:00 – 10:30 pm
Monday 8:00 – 11:30 am, 12:00 – 10:30 pmTuesday 8:00 – 11:30 am, 12:00 – 10:30 pmWednesday 8:00 – 11:30 am, 12:00 – 10:30 pmThursday 8:00 – 11:30 am, 12:00 – 10:30 pmFriday 8:00 – 11:30 am, 12:00 – 10:30 pmSaturday 10:00 am – 4:00 pm, 5:00 – 10:30 pmSunday 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
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Seasonally-inspired sharing plates with worldwide influences alongside bar and coffee roastery.- Google
People talk about corn bread, baked eggs, filter coffee, avocado and small plates
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kate punter
reviewed 2 weeks ago
Amazing coffee! But need to get there early for brunch if you don't want a 45 min wait even tho it's worth it! The caravan fry up will fill you up all day. Buzzing and fun atmosphere.
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Micka Agosta
reviewed 6 months ago
Caravan has to be my favorite place to eat in London. Its also one of the best coffee places to go to. It's ALWAYS the first place I take friends to who are visiting or looking for a good meal. The staff are always welcoming and accommodating. Weekend end breakfasts are always delicious and worth the wait- the corn fritters with bacon and maple are mouth watering and the coconut bread is to DIE FOR. They change the menu around so it's nice for some change and a chance to try new things-( esp. for a regular). Also the cocktail menu deserve a special mention. A mix or traditional and modern takes on classics.
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J Smith
reviewed 4 months ago
Came here for brunch and had a yummy scrambled eggs on toast to cure a stonking hangover. They supply the coffee to lots of places I've been to for lunch. The variety is amazing. We were lucky enough for them to show us the roaster and explain the differences in the beans.
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Ryan Heath
reviewed in the last week
I really enjoyed my experience here last Friday and I would definitely come back for more. The food was super delicious and the service was excellent. The price I paid was also reasonable, considering the location of the restaurant. If you decide to go without having to wait for a table, just book your table in advance. The place is very popular and gets busy at peak times.
Andrew White
reviewed 2 months ago
we came here for a birthday dinner, and (presumably because of the group booking) were forced into the set 3-course menu. not itself a problem, but caravan is the only place i've been where a set menu does not offer at least as good value as the same combination a la carte. we paid £35 each, whereas the most expensive entre+main+dessert a la carte would barely crack £30. the standard of food was a mix of ordinary and bad. a couple of okay ideas among the entrees, but my main tasted awful (hake in a cream sauce with lentils, pickled yellow beetroot and peppers). the combination of cream sauce and the sweet acidic vegetables was sickly. panna cotta overdid the gelatine and was almost as solid as asian grass jelly. the only decent dishes i tasted were a smoked salmon entree and my partner's chocolate delice dessert. entrees were a fixed combination shared among the table yet my partner, a vegetarian, was not catered for (except in the 'complimentary' amuse bouche when she was spared the salmon-flavoured cream soup). she made do with 'corn bread with jalepeno butter' absent jalepeno butter. service was brusque and slightly incompetent, interrupting a number of conversations with an arms across faces or to have us rearrange something on the table. noise in the dining room was so loud when we arrived that it was difficult to hear the person opposite. and then as a final indignity, before the last of us had finished our dessert, staff turned up the house lights. i felt so slighted that i was compelled to write my first ever internet review, at risk of being lumped with the moaning haters i tend to enjoy mocking. thankfully we had a lovely night with friends in spite of everything.
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Kirstie Falkous
reviewed 4 months ago
I give this restaurant one star for their lunch service. The food is nice but their approach to their customers is bemusing. The restaurant has a "no lap top or tablet" policy during their lunch service in order to enhance the lunch experience, presumably. The idea being, I imagine, that the sight of an iPad will ruin lunch for everyone because people aren't giving their full attention to their food. We were however allowed to have files and notebooks (not the electronic kind) on the table and our conversations weren't monitored for work related details. Very strange.
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