If you’re heading to the Frieze Art Fair (15th -18th October) then in amongst viewing the art, make sure you head to Caravan who have taken elements of their King’s Cross and Exmouth Market restaurants to create a 130-cover restaurant, which will also feature a 40-cover bar and nestled under Regent’s Park tree canopy, a private outdoor terrace which sits a further 40 guests.
Chef-Owner Miles Kirby will be making sure the seasonal and local produce will be the focus of the menu, with a mixture of classic signature dishes and dishes especially created for the fair. Small plates include scallop ceviche, tomatillo relish, coriander with black rice and lime whilst bigger plates feature flat iron chicken, kimchi slaw and gochuchang ketchup. For pudding there are the likes of twice-baked raspberry cheesecake with skip Garden honey yoghurt or rosewater blancmange, guava sorbet and pistachios.
For those who don’t have time to stop then fear not as they are also launching a new concept – Caravan To Go which will see Caravan’s Coffee Roaster’s signature espresso served as well as baked goods, pressed sandwiches and a selection of the main restaurant’s menu, in a takeaway form, including chopped kale salad, lemon ricotta, shaved fennel and pine nuts.
The Caravan bar team will also be there serving up cocktails including the especially made Bloody Mary with fermented chilli and smashed cucumber, alongside the espresso martinis they’re renowned for… looking at art is thirsty work after all.
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A bit of a cake connoisseur, Editor, Emily is constantly on the search for the best brownie London has to offer, a restaurant once even put them on the menu when they heard she was visiting… You’ll either find her on a night out or debriefing over brunch the next day with plenty of coffee and eggs.