If you are not a student at the University of Arts London you might not come across to this area.
However, if you were on the Eurostar then you might have seen it when you come in/ out of London.
It is just north of Kings Cross St Pancreas station, an easy 8 min walk along a new pedestrian path, crossing the canal then you will reach an open plaza with water fountain features in front of a group of old building.
Like on the day of visit, it is full of kids playing in hot summer sun/ splashing water with cool looking parents.
Caravan Kings Cross situated majestically towards left hand side of previous granary building.
Inside, your familiar warm tungsten traditional light bulbs with industrial looking lampshade adds twinkle to the warehouse like space. Brick walls and timber ceiling with iron structures are softened by grey felt upholstered seating and some tall windows flooding lights into space definitely makes you want to stay there all day. The long open kitchen Along the front of the space is definitely a perfect scene to watch all the drama.
With super attentive, friendly staffs, delicious food and coffee no doubt it won’t be the first of its kind exploding in London coffee/ coffee roaster/restaurant /wine bar successful scene following its own Exmouth Market original space,Allpress, Workshop, Ozone….
Who will be coming soon ?
Apart from the overwhelming space and service, it is reassuring to see some familiar faces behind the coffee bar, offering confident delicious coffee, whether it is espresso/ brewed and with coffee roasted as well in the thoughtfully laid out/ equipped roastery at the back of the space. ( what a giant Probat!)
When are you going ?