Harden's says

Mark Hix's Tramshed restaurant may be gone (his business went in to administration during lockdown), but the Tramshed building lives on, revived by Dominic Cools-Lartigue, founder of Street Feast. He fed 21,000 people with his Plate For London campaign during lockdown, and now he's brought three top chefs (Andrew Clarke, James Cochran and Zoe Adjonyoh) to this great space to create a socially distanced working-dining space. The main restaurant is downstairs, with food and music events on the schedule, and co-working areas.

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Restaurant details

12, 60
No dress code
32 Rivington St, London, EC2A 3LX