Yet another great addition to the list of London foodie treasures is the chicken and steak restaurant in Shoreditch, London opened by celebrity chef and restauranteur, Mark Hix. Not only is this decommissioned power station now hailed as a top notch restaurant at reasonable prices, it houses the hanging centrepiece created by Damien Hirst — Cock and Bull — a Hereford cow and a cockerel preserved in a steel and glass tank of formaldehyde.
Some of you may, in certain occurrences, feel uncomfortable dining underneath the giant preserved animals in which case I’d suggest to take the seats on the side of the large communal space.
Buttermilk chicken with spiced mayonnaise £5.50
The signature roast barn-reared Indian Rock chicken with stuffing in half £15
Himalayan dry-aged 250g sirloin (of Hereford and Aberdeen Angus breeds) | £22.50
Tramshed is certainly not one to be crossed out of the list if you’re looking for a good night out no matter how big the group is. Make the best of the menu with sharing platters, mainly the whole chicken and starters.