Tramshed has been on my list of places to go for quite a while now. I had seen the Damien Hurst artwork (Cock n Bull) in the middle of the restaurant and the whole chickens being served at peoples’ tables but I hadn’t thought of it exploring it under the low fodmap diet. Tramshed has been been put up there as one of the best steaks in London, so I needed to go and taste it for myself.
Kindly Oh My Fod managed to do all the low fodmap research for me! The low fodmap starters are the Atlantic prawns, the ‘Hix cure’ smoked salmon and the burrata.
I chose the burrata but asked for it without the salsa, as I was sure this would have onion and garlic in. As I had stated I was gluten free when booking, the waiter even offered me gluten free bread to go with my burrata, which I thought was lovely. This was my first taste of burrata and all I can say is Wow!!! I definitely need more of this in my life. I personally didn’t need the gf bread with this starter, as I felt it took away from the amazing taste of the cheese.
The low fodmap mains are the Indian rock chicken with chips, the steak burger with chips and ALL the steaks.
I went for the steak as I really wanted to compare it to my current favourite steak, at Flat Iron. Unfortunately that even though the chips are gluten free, they are cooked in the same fryer as items which have gluten in (so not ok for coeliacs). I decided to risk it and have the chips.
The steak was very large and had a great taste. I don’t think it was as good as the Flat Iron steak but it’s definitely up there with the best. The chips were crispy and tasty.
I decided not to go with a pudding as I was already quite full. But Mr FFL had three mini chocolate cakes, which he enjoyed.
I would go back to the Tramshed, I throughly enjoyed the eating experience and restaurant. It’s quite pricey (steak and chips was £23), so good for a special occasion or date night.