What was once an old grain store has now been converted to house the second super cool Caravan in town. The restaurant and bar combine together in one clean cut room with painted brickwork, long dangling lamps and steel pipework. It’s the kind of place you could while away several hours in, and with a 25 kilo roaster on site, you’ll probably get a caffeine high just reading the paper.
Their brunch beats a bowl of rice crispies any day, and the all-day menu pretty much covers any food cravings that you might have. Their scallop ceviche was delicious to the point of divine and the burrata was so good we almost forgot we were sharing. Their selection of wines are super, the prosecco on tap is pure genius and their range of cocktails were perfect. Go for the Cherry Gimlet or the Sunshine Mary made with Kamm & Sons, yellow tomato and capsicum for the perfect hangover cure.