Caravan King's Cross

All-day restaurant and bar overlooking Granary Square

Featured in: Eating (Restaurants & Pubs), Drinking

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Caravan King's Cross
Granary Building
1 Granary Square

Tel: 020 7101 7661


Directions from outside the front of King's Cross and St Pancras stations:

Walk up Pancras Road which runs between St Pancras and King's Cross stations, on the St Pancras side. When you reach a slight bend in the road, cross at the pedestrian lights to reach the bottom of King's Boulevard which is a pedestrian-only street. Walk about 270 metres up to the end of King's Boulevard to reach Goods Way. Cross at the pedestrian crossing and go over the bridge to reach Granary Square. Caravan is to the left of the large building on front of you, its entrance behind a hedge.

Caravan occupies a large space with an industrial feel to it on the ground floor of the Granary Building which it shares with Saint Martins College. The wide-ranging all day menu includes oysters, small plates (eg mackerel fillet with avocado and corn) , pizza and main courses (lamb chop with spinach and ratte potatoes), while the brunch menu is equally varied and interesting. There is a well-stocked bar and they are also coffee specialists with a roasting facility on site.

Opening times:

Mon - Tue: 8am - 10.30pm
Wed - Thu: 8am - 11pm
Fri: 8am - 12 midnight
Sat: 10am - 12 midnight
Sun: 10am - 4pm

Outdoor area: None


Typical food: International, oysters, brunch, coffee
Food price: £££

Price guide (typical main course):
£: Under £5, ££: £5 - £10, £££: £10 - £15, ££££: Over £15

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