Mark Hix’s menu is simple – seasonal sharing starters, followed by chicken or steak. A mezzanine floor offers private dining for up to 36 guests with views of the restaurant and the specially commissioned artwork by Damien Hirst featuring a cow and a cockerel. Mini-Marks bar offers cocktails and bar snacks.
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32 Rivington StreetLondonEC2A 3LX
Really really disappointing.
Came here around March time. Table of 12 of us.
We were assigned only one waiter for the entire table. The waiter was surly and rude. he was unfriendly and didn't explain the menu. he didn't introduce himself and generally looked annoyed when we asked for things like water for the table.
Drinks were forgotten during the meal, or brought after an entire course...more
We went here for dinner thus evening. A very impressive restaurant in a former rail shed. Great industrial feel to the place.
The menu is short a d sweet with chicken. And beef and chicken as two options for a main course. Overall I was disappointed. The appetizers were cold when served and the main course came out 20 minutes later. We ordered 2 bone I rib steaks medium rare. They...more
Went here for lunch a few week's ago and had the lunch menu steak sandwich. Incredibly tasty and filling.
The only slight downside would be that the meat was a bit rare for my liking and they didn't ask when they took my order so I forgot to ask for medium-well, but it was very good quality so I didn't mind too much.
Service was fine, it was fairly empty so we had no issue getting served or...more
I'm not a big fan of red meat so I got the vegetarian/fish menu, the food is good I got the curry sweet potato and the fish fingers. The atmosphere and decoration here goes on top of everything.
One thing that got me a little annoyed is that they try to hard to be cool, the waitress was rude and she kept making b*tch faces to me and my friend when we where paying.
This restaurant is more for...more
You know what, I'm going to go for it. The full five stars. I unabashedly love Tramshed.
I love that it's all cow and chicken based, so much so that they have a giant mural of the old Cartoon Network show "Cow and Chicken" hanging above their second floor. Who even remembers that show?
I love that you can order a full chicken and that it comes on a pole, face down, feet stuck in the air,...more