Caravan describe their brunch as ‘well travelled’, and few things sound more delicious than that. Except perhaps their green eggs: asparagus, spring greens, edamame, miso, green chilli and soy; or their jalapeño cornbread, chorizo, avocado, chipotle butter and fried eggs; or the slow roast pork belly with kimchi pancake, gochujang ketchup and a sunny duck egg. You get the idea. Having made a name for themselves in Exmouth Market, the folks at Caravan have now brought their globe trotting menu to a Grade II listed Victorian grain store, where industrial chic meets an Antipodean coffee roastery. You can’t book a table for brunch, but all the more excuse to languidly sip your coffee who’s beans have been roasted behind the bar, read the menu ten times over in a vein attempt to choose your dish and generally just soak up the buzz of the place. Whispers abound that this really is the best brunch in London town.