|Budget||Reasonably Priced (£30 - £40)|
|Nearest Station||Liverpool Street|
Mark’s idea is simple, it’s chicken or steak to share. Mighty-marbled Himalayan salt dry-aged steak from hand selected cows and barn reared chicken from Swainson House Farm in Lancashire. Starters and puddings change with the seasons. Artworks from leading British artworks include Damien Hirst, Tracey Emin, Tim Noble & sue Webster, Gary Web, Sarah Lucas, Henry Hudson and Matt Collishaw.
It seems Mark Hix’s can do no wrong on the London restaurant scene as he launches his next meaty project in Devonshire Square, the City. This is a similar set up to the Tramshed in Shoreditch, which mirrors a seasonal menu that is ever changing. The focus is sharing platters of Indian roast chicken as well as sirloin and rib eye steaks up to 1kg in weight; ideal eyes bigger than stomachs. This restaurant also invites customers to a bar area which remains open to 2.30am so this is a great location for post-sups tipples. The décor has been influenced and crafted by artists such as Tim Noble & Sue Webster, Gary Webb and Tracey Emin- it would seem Mr Hix does nothing by halves.