There’s been lots of talk about the Tramsheds at Harold Park and it finally opened this weekend in Sydney’s Inner West. It’s pretty awesome. Tramsheds is a food destination: Bekya (Middle Eastern); Bodega 1904 (Spanish/Latin American); Belle’s Hot Chicken (chicken and natural wine), Butcher and The Farmer (Jared Ingersoll); DUST (bakery/pizza); Flour Eggs Water (by A Tavola); Fish & Co. (sustainable seafood); Garçon (by The Little Marionette); Gelato Messina (needs no introduction); Mama’s Buoi (Vietnamese); Osaka Trading Co. (by Tokyo Bird); Sir Chapel (bistro and brewery) but there’s lots of other handy stuff there too including a supermarket, cellar, nail bar, hairdresser, boxing gym, pharmacist, medical centre and bulk natural/organic food store. See the full list of vendors here. ‘Artisan Lane’ will be a flexible space in the Tramsheds for the providores to share their skills with the community. It will house pop-up restaurants and host regular market stalls, events, education sessions and activities. Looks like they are developing some nice green space outside so you can loll about in the sun with a full and happy stomach. Tramsheds at Harold Park is located at 1 Dalgal Way, Forest Lodge, NSW. Keep up to date at their Facebook page.