Sydney's Harold Park Tramsheds to open as foodie hub

Sydney's Harold Park Tramsheds to open as foodie hub
Sydney's Harold Park Tramsheds to open as foodie hub

Sydney's Harold Park Tramsheds are set to open as a food hub with bistro and brewery Sir Chapel the latest outlet to join.

The European-inspired food hall officially opens to the public on Thursday 22 September.

Sir Chapel and Fish & Co will trade alongside restaurant, bar and butchery Butcher and The Farmer; tapas restaurant Bodega 1904, gelato kings Gelato Messina, Egyptian-fusion restaurant Bekya, Southern-inspired diner Belles Hot Chicken, Japanese restaurant, Osaka Trading Co. and premier coffee venue Garçon.  

Sir Chapel will offer a wide range of Australian craft beer favourites alongside their own, brewed onsite in their traditional copper brew house via an all-malt mash. 

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