This trendy restaurant on Rivington Street in Shoreditch is set in a high-ceilinged open space which used to be an electricity generating station for trams. The space is dominated by a enormous work of art by Damien Hirst of a cow with a chicken on it’s back. Looks pretty awesome and translates itself in the menu which offers you a choice between chicken or steak. The Woolley Park Farm free range chicken is served with its feet still attached and up in the air. Looks pretty funny. Not sure what you could order here as a vegetarian.. I guess you would be bound to order sides like green beans and lettuce… Tramshed is not particularly romantic so I wouldn’t pick this restaurant to go to with a date. It’s more a place you go to before you hit the nightlife in Shoreditch with a group of friends. I would have loved some dimmed light on the tables for the atmosphere but I guess you cannot have it all.
32 Rivington Street, London | Tube: Old Street | +442077490478 | £££ | Website | Map