Tramsheds at Harold Park opened this weekend in Sydney’s Inner West and houses a plethora of dining options:
- 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)
As well as… 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.