I like restaurants that specialise in one or two dishes but i think they either needs to be well priced or dammmmnn good food but unfortunately Tramshed was neither. We had a fun evening with our friends and glad we tried it but there are better places in East London to go and will not rush back.
Place – good decor, bustling, interesting building and cool Damian Hurst centre piece.
Who to go with – Friends, on a first date, work/social group
Who not to go with – Grandma, Grandpa, vegans, veggies, students, Fussy people, squeamish people Distance i would travel – 10-20 mins for the first visit and 5 mins for the second
Food – Nothing to shout about but it was good
Drinks – well stocked bar, cocktails served and made well, wine list was good, maybe drinks are priced a little high for east london
Value – Not so good :(
Dishes in Depth – What we ate
Starters – you have choice of three which change daily
Mammouth Yorkshire Pud with a side dish of of creamy Cauliflower purée dipping sauce – perfectly made, great combination, more sauce next time please Mixed mushroom and artichoke heart salad, Well cooked and seasoned, good flavour.
Main Course – Chicken or Beef sir?
500g Sirloin Steak 40£ – for two to share – it was okay but its the same price as a Goodmans' steak GIVE ME GOODMANS please (although chips, gravy and sauce come free at Tramshed so not a fair comparison)
Chicken £25 – for two to share, juicy, tasty, nice skin. Next time i want Whole chicken though ill pop to Nandos for the no frills £11.95 or ill check out Soho house, The Chicken shop at £14.95
Raspberry Ripple cheesecake – tasty
Apple Pie with custard – yummy custard in separate jug and tasty pud