The Tramsheds

One of Sydney’s coolest new food destinations of 2016, Tramsheds, opened to the public in September. It’s a place that comes alive through the community, history, and architecture.

A restored tram is a key feature in the main entrance, a reminder that these sheds were originally the home to Sydney’s trams. The European-inspired market hall layout is lined with mainly independent hospitality and lifestyle vendors.

Our Sydney team visited to see what the big fuss was about and enjoyed a delicious lunch at BEKYA – a Middle Eastern-influenced restaurant.

The character and charm of the industrial space have been retained – celebrating the sawtooth roof, exposed supports and services. We love that so many original features of the heritage-listed building were preserved, and how the injection of quirky fixtures and colours add excitement.

The large diversity of restaurants are fantastic – accommodating for all the trendy diets, and our favourite Gelato Messina with its wacky flavours to bring out the kids in all of us.