- Function Rooms: 0
- Max Meeting: 100
- Max Dinner: 54
- Max Reception: 100
Set in a listed building that used to supply electricity to trams, Tramshed in Shoreditch is, perhaps, the most visually striking in Mark Hix’s portfolio of London restaurants. Much of the building’s original character remains, while art, including Damien Hirst’s famous cow and chicken preserved in formaldehyde, gives the place a memorable identity. Three spaces are available for events, including a 12-seater private dining room that is surrounded by cookery books and vintage cooking equipment, and a demonstration kitchen. For larger dinners, try the Mezzanine, which accommodates 36 diners. If you’re planning a large party, the 100-capacity Cock n Bull Gallery, which features rotating exhibitions and long trestle tables, is a good spot. The venue has a live music licence too.
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