I just can’t get enough of Exmouth market– it’s too cute. When I came for brunch with the boy a few Saturdays back we walked by Caravan, which looked lovely- the Grind had unlimited prosecco, which we were def in the mood for, so that swung the deal that day, but I knew I’d be back.
I’d arranged to meet my gal pal Holly for a Saturday schmooze session. As she was a new’ish mum this time was precious. We needed food, drinks and serious catch up goss (with a few baby pics of super trendy Roo thrown in).
Caravan is cool- big windows, huge bar and friendly staff. The menu had all the classics. We didn’t book ahead so happy that we got a cute window seat. The party started with some fruity seasonal Bellini’s– I think they were peachy flavoured. Everyone was on the brunch wagon and there we some good looking dishes flying out.
Great London pic, red lippy, red bus and red phone box!
I went for the smashed avo and poachies on sourdough. Sourdough, the best bread, but man is it hard to cut with a normal knife! It was worth the pain and did make me eat slower instead of inhaling. It was superb. The eggs were hot and runny even after taking 10mins to gram, insta story and tweet my dish. No shame.
Holls went for the scrambled eggs and smoked salmon which looked really fresh and a good hearty plate. Oh and we also got a portion of chorizo to share- that was a good decision it was greasy and smoky and bloody gorgeous.
Another sneaky bellini later we had our plates lick’ably clean. Good work Caravan, service was quick and food was tasty and not outrageously priced.
We scooted round the corner to Bourne & Hollingsworth Buildings where we chilled on their lush sofas with a vino or two for the rest of the afternoon. This will be my next brunch venue for sure!
Saturday goals right there peeps.