Tramshed

TRAMSHED

32 Rivington Street, London EC2A 3LX
T: 020 7749 0478 - BOOK ONLINE NOW

VOTED BEST MEAT RESTAURANT, TIME OUT EATING AND DRINKING AWARDS 2012

Steak and chicken are the order of the day at Tramshed. The menu is simple – seasonal sharing starters, followed by chicken or steak .

A mezzanine floor offers elevated private dining for up to 40 guests with views of the restaurant and the specially commissioned artwork by Damien Hirst featuring of course, a cow and a cockerel. Mini-Marks bar offers cocktails and bar snax all day long.

Take a walk downstairs into Cock ‘n’ Bull Gallery. Known for his love of art, Mark Hix has transformed the basement into a unique subterranean art space with exhibitions changing every four weeks. Existing as a commercial gallery, Cock ‘n’ Bull passionately supports a wide range of artists from the discovered to the unknown. In addition, our gallery shop stocks a selection of affordable art prints and books, as well as Tramshed clothing and jewellery.

The famous grade-2 listed tramshed building on Garden Walk and Rivington Street was designed by Vincent Harris and built in 1905 as an electricity generating facility for the Tramway System.

 

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