Sunday is finally here and you know what that means, it’s time to treat yo’self before Mondayitis sets in. Where to, you ask? Well, there’s a new curated food precinct in town. If you’re a fan of Chippendale’s street-food market, Spice Alley, then you’re going to love this European-style market hall.
Introducing: Tramsheds Harold Park
At the intersection of Glebe and Annandale, Sydneysiders will find that the historic 1904 Rozelle Tram Depot has been gutted and restored. Now, the depot is filled with an impressive array of eateries. Spanish, Italian, Middle Eastern – you name it, they’ve got it.
Fish & Co., a sustainable eatery oﬀering wild caught, sustainable and traceable seafood, has proven to be a crowd favourite. In addition to paddock-to-plate restaurant, Butcher and the Farmer. However, if neither of these options tickles your taste buds, rest assured, there’s a host of other options. Gelato Messina, Mama’s Buoi, Belle’s Hot Chicken, Flour Eggs Water, and more, have set up shop in the tramsheds. Bulk foods shop, Naked Foods and fresh produce market, Supamart round off the culinary delights. As for drinks, the dynamic dining destination is home a brewery, and an artisan bottle shop with a sommelier.
Tramsheds brings together a band of providores who share the same vision – a love of food, education, and community. With a united commitment to ongoing sustainability and ethical lifestyle choices, they strive to keep the tradition alive through innovation – www.tramshedsharoldpark.com.au
In the midst of all this food and drink, you’ll also find a shared collaborative and educational space, Artisan Lane. In addition, Boxing Works, a fitness, and martial arts studio, is the perfect spot to sweat off that food coma. While The Depot Nail Bar is a must-visit for a post-lunch manicure.
We can’t think of a better spot to spend those last (and very precious) hours of the weekend. So, what are you waiting for?