Good news for fans of Antipodean coffee roaster Caravan, the brand is opening its first West End restaurant this month.
Bringing Caravan’s signature all day dining and craft coffee to Fitzrovia, the new site will be located in the old BBC Radio recording headquarters. In a nod to the building’s history, the basement will house a ‘record room’ offering private parties the option to hire the space, with a dedicated bartender and a sideboard of treats.
Upstairs, a large bar weaves throughout three defined dining rooms, making it the perfect destination for both post-work drinks and dining all day. The new restaurant will also see the launch of Caravan-To-Go, an exciting expansion of the existing take-out offering, with sustainability as its focus. Think delicious treats from Caravan’s own sourdough bakery and ‘croissanterie’, like the wickedly indulgent twice baked golden milk crème brûlée croissant; healthy, grain and plant-led salad bowls; and house-made healthy soft drinks, including coffee kombucha.
Great Portland Street, W1W (caravanrestaurants.co.uk)