Dining at Tramsheds
The old Rozelle Tram Depot opened its doors in 1904 and closed them in 1958. The heritage site has since laid dormant for decades, but has now been reborn as Tramsheds. No longer a Tram Depot but a foodie destination.
Tramsheds houses 12 different food options under one roof. They’ve catered for nearly every craving you could imagine. From fried chicken, to pasta, to ice-cream. It’s all here. Each restaurant, or Vendor is appropriately themed to match their food offering, which includes cuisines such as Japanese, Italian, South American, Vietnamese, Middle Eastern, French and more.
But what Tramsheds is about at its heart is community. They want to connect you to the providores and the passionate people behind the food. They want you to feel like a local, they want you to feel welcome. There are no airs and graces here.
So, let’s explore the different Vendors at Tramsheds, in alphabetical order.
BEKYA is a Middle Eastern kitchen cooking family recipes. Think Egyptian flat bread, spices and sharing.
Hours: Mon – Fri – 11am – 10pm, Sat – Sun – 9am – 10pm
- BELLES HOT CHICKEN
It’s all about Nashville hot chicken at Belles Hot Chicken. Served with a glass of natural wine, should you choose.
Hours: Sun – Thurs – 12 – 10pm, Fri – Sat – 12 – 11pm
- BODEGA 1904
Latin American and Spanish tapas is served at this wine bar by the guys behind the much loved Porteno.
Hours: Lunch – Mon – Sun – 12pm – 5pm, Dinner – Mon – Sun – 6pm – 11pm
- BREWERS TAKEOVER
This is naturally one for the beer lovers. Serving local craft beer with American bites.
Hours: Mon – Fri – 12 – 11pm, Sat – Sun – 9am – 11pm
- BUTCHER AND THE FARMER
Butcher and The Farmer is about sustainable food practices, with a farm to plate approach. Plus, you can buy your own meat to take home! Bonus.
Hours: Mon – Thurs – 8am – 9pm, Fri – Sun – 8am – 10pm
Read our review of Butcher and the Farmer
Dust is a casual bakery and pizzeria, offering breads, cakes, pastries and pizzas.
Hours: 7 days – 8am – 9pm
- FISH & CO.
Fish & Co. is one for the seafood lovers and prides itself on being a sustainable fish eatery.
Hours: 7 days – 11.30am – 10pm
- FOUR EGGS WATER
The offshoot to one our favourite Italian restaurants, A Tavola. Serving rustic Italian cuisine.
Hours: Lunch – Mon – Sun – 12 – 3pm, Dinner – Mon – Sun – 5.30pm – late
Read our review of Flour Eggs Water
Garcon is about coffee and wine, depending on the time of day. But the French culture is at the heart of everything they do.
Hours: 7 days – 7am – 10pm
- GELATO MESSINA
Gelato Messina needs no introduction. But it caters for all your sweet cravings at Tramsheds.
Mon – Thurs – 12 – 10.30pm, Fri – 12 – 11.30pm, Sat – 11.30am – 11.30pm, Sun – 11.30am – 10pm
- MAMMA’S BUOI
Vietnamese cuisine is offered at Mamma’s Buoi, serving family style food.
Hours: 7 days – 12 – 10pm
- OSAKA TRADING CO.
Osaka Trading Co. serves up quality Japanese cuisine. Much more than your average sushi joint.
Hours: 7 days – Lunch – 12 – 3pm, Dinner – 6pm – late
So, there you have it. Tramsheds is virtually an international smorgasbord under one roof!
We think Tramsheds also makes for the perfect Progressive Dinner. Why not try entree at Bodega 1904, main course at Flour, Eggs, Water and finish with cheese or dessert at Butcher and The Farmer. Night sorted!
Also good to know, Tramsheds offers events during the year such as Pasta Making Workshops and Bottomless Bubble Brunches. Be sure to keep an eye on their Whats on Page for their latest offerings.
We think Tramsheds is a foodie’s paradise!
Address: 1 Dalgal Way, Forest Lodge (off the Crescent)
Hours: 7 days – 7am – 10pm
Phone: (02) 8398 5695
Images courtesy of Tramsheds.