Located in the old Shoreditch Tramshed building, Mark Hix's latest venture is a cavernous refectory space kitted out with communal tables and chairs made from recycled Coke bottles. Head for the mezzanine to get the best views of the striking Damien Hirst centrepiece depicting a cockerel astride a cow – a visual clue to the restaurant's theme: chicken and steak. The former, sourced from Woolley Park, roasted whole and served upright for punters to hack apart, arrives with deliciously moist meat and crispy skin. As for steak, the ‘mighty marbled' sirloin (dry-aged in a Himalayan salt chamber) has wonderful depth of flavour. Starters might feature smoked Cornish sardines served with beets and horseradish, while puds keep it simple with the likes of apple pie and custard. The bijou ‘hidden' bar deals in snacks and cocktails, and the Cock ‘n' Bull basement gallery doubles as a library and exhibition space.
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Three course meal and a glass of bubbles with DJ Cheapdate from 10pm until the early hours. Early tables £60 per head, late tables £70 (plus drinks and service).
Available: Bar tickets, including a drink, are also available for £20 in advance from 10.30pm
Expires: 31 Dec 2013
Booking in advance is essential. Please mention offer when booking.