Mark Hix offers simple wholesome food within quintessentially British surroundings. The menu focuses on chicken and steak sourced from Swainson House Farm in Lancashire. The starters and puddings reflect seasonality.
The restaurant is housed in a building, built in 1905 as an electricity generating station for trams. The space retains its original features; tiling and beams. The Tramshed prioritizes British food and British artwork with two Damien Hirst pieces in the main restaurant.
Mark’s Kitchen Library is used to house Mark Hix’s vast collection of cookbooks. This space is also used for practicing new dishes. Occasionally Mark invites a guest chef and the bar can accommodate 12 seated guests.
Mini Mark’s Bar offers cocktails until 1am.
The Cock ‘n’ Bull Gallery houses a selection of British artwork from significant artists.
The Tramshed is available for private hire. The Cock ‘n’ Bull Dining Room can accommodate 40 guests for seated lunch or dinner, or 80 for a standing event. The Kitchen Library can accommodate 12 guests and is ideal for special events.
The Tramshed is perfect for those who love British cuisine and a setting with a unique history.
11:30 – 23:00 Monday-Tuesday
11:30 – 00:30 Wednesday- Saturday
11:30 – 22:00 Sunday
What it’s renowned for
Chicken and Steak