THE TRAMSHED PROJECT, SHOREDITCH

32 Rivington Street, London, EC2A 3LX

Tramshed in Shoreditch has received a fresh new look, and has been re-titled The Tramshed Project. It will be open from today, the 9th October, in Shoreditch.

Previously a Mark Hix’s restaurant, the grade two listed former power station is now a converted dining court offering food from three of London’s renowned chefs. 

The main kitchen is led by Andrew Clarke, regarded as one of the UK’s leading open fire chefs. The bar menu has been created by James Cochran of 12:51, while a selection of specials are also on the menu from the culinary master, Zoe Adjonyoh. 

Damien Hirst’s formaldehyde-preserved cow and cockerel, entitled “Cock and Bull”, which was installed back in 2012, has now been replaced with a fig tree. These days, you can find the iconic piece of art at the Getty Museum in Los Angeles.

The East London food hall is also a ​membership-free destination for co-working. It is open to everyone so you can drop in, or pre-book a work space online, for yourself and/ or your coworkers.