East London restaurant, The Tramshed Project has launched their Summer Series with a feast of food-fuelled events. Expect flame-grilled hits from Andrew Clarke, a flavourful new Sunday Jerk Roast in collaboration with The London Jerk Festival, and the return of Black Flamingo jazz nights.

Bringing Jamaican flare to East London, The Tramshed Project launches its all-new Sunday Jerk Roast on May 30th in collaboration with The London Jerk Festival. The vibrant three-course set menu has been curated by the eponymous  Original Flava, known for authentic Jamaican dishes and hot-selling cookbook of the same name. Available every Sunday throughout the summer for two sittings (12pm – 2:30pm and 3:30pm – 6pm), dishes include mouthwatering jerk roast, your favourite Caribbean sides and a tropical rum punch cocktail on arrival – all for just £60 per head.

Back by popular demand, Black Flamingo jazz nights are the ultimate way to enjoy the brand new summer menu from renowned resident chef Andrew Clarke alongside live music from world class jazz musicians.Inspired by the iconic and first British Black magazine of the 60’s, Flamingo, Black Flamingo is a celebration of Black culture, cuisine and music. Curated by Jazzie Geoff, new jazz artists will perform each week and feature local sounds from the likes of The Dave Lewis Quartet, Bruce Mississippi Johnson and Louise Clare Marshall; breathing soulful music into the heart of East London.

Chef Andrew Clarke is back on the stoves to work his flame-grilled magic during the week and on Saturdays. The new menu features a host of outstanding seasonal dishes including Grilled Tuna with Italian Peas, Fennel & Anchovy Hollandaise and Longhorn Ribeye with Tramshed ‘Café de Paris’ Butter mains, sharers for two like the Whole Roast Plaice with Squid Ragu and Herb Fed Chicken with Leeks, Garlic & Aioli – all accompanied by a delectable selection of starters and sides.

Wednesday to Saturday from 12pm to 11pm
Sunday from 12pm to 6pm
The Tramshed Project, 32 Rivington St, London, EC2A 3LX