There’s no better way to bring a community together than through the common love of food. Showcasing a total of 19 stores, Tramsheds Harold Park, is the hottest destination to be right now


Restoring the Rozelle Tramway Depot that was originally built in 1904, the industrial space has been transformed in to a contemporary hub of restaurants that draw a connection between the old and new. Spread across one floor, each store brings their own unique charm and taste. Fish and Co, Bekya, Bodega 1904 and Osaka Trading Co are just a few of the delicious eateries you can choose from, making this the absolute playground for food lovers.

Yet to see a venue like this in Sydney, Tramsheds, brings together diverse culinary talent under one roof which is why this hotspot is worth your time. You’re guaranteed to find a cuisine that tickles your fancy and maybe you’ll be lucky enough to be seated next to a familiar face such as Neil Perry. Whatever the occasion, if you’re looking for a new way to appreciate and experience food then Tramsheds Harold Park is a stop that you most definitely shouldn’t miss.


Tramsheds Harold Park

Tramsheds

Tramsheds

Tramsheds

Middle Eastern lunch from Bekya

Middle Eastern lunch from Bekya

Tramsheds

Tramsheds

Interior of Sir Chapel

Interior of Sir Chapel

Dessert from Sir Chapel

Dessert from Sir Chapel

Dessert from Sir Chapel

Dessert from Sir Chapel


The Skanky Stomach Says: ♥♥♥
Location: 1 Dalgal Way, Forest Lodge, Sydney
When To Go: Mon-Sun / 7am – late
Great For: trying different cuisines, feeling a part of the food culture