Tramsheds have announced their very first artisan markets (Sydney)

It has now been a few weeks since Tramsheds Harold Park opened to the public, a new and unique European inspired dining hall in the historic Rozelle Tram Depot that has proved to be a massive hit with visitors. The food and dining precinct has quickly become one of the it destinations in Sydney, bolstered by high quality experiences from the likes of Bodega 1904 and Belles Hot Chicken. While the many tenants who make up this very multicultural space have been working hard to serve the masses, one of Tramshed’s more curious features remains Artisan Lane, a sightly strip in between many of these restaurants designed as an adaptable “flexi space” with rotating pop ups; it’s time Artisan Lane is put to the test, with a program of food stalls, masterclasses, markets, and workshops planned for 76-seater strip.

Throughout the next two months Artisan Lane will welcome some big players in the local food industry. Last year’s My Kitchen Rules winners Will & Steve were first up this past week, and have been making full use of the space’s two fully functional kitchens for four days now. That’s far from all that’s in store though, over the next few weeks you can expect a series of insightful workshops and classes by Tramsheds’ many tenants who will be taking the public across a range of topics from baking, filleting fish, butchery, and beer brewing.

Each Sunday already has a handful of local stalls from artisan traders, with forthcoming appearances including Pepe Saya showing off their famous handmade butter, Chrissie’s Cuts cooking up gourmet sausages (seriously, those things are special), modern Sri Lankan restaurant Hopper Kade touting edible bowls, and Thorny Roses Florists bringing masterful floral displays. You can look out for these ones on weekends from Friday 28th October and throughout the month of November.

For our full preview of what to expect at Tramsheds, including some of the stand-out eats offered from the many tenants click HERE. For more information on and updates from Artisan Lane click HERE.

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Chris Singh

Chris Singh is the Deputy-Editor-At-Large of the AU review, loves writing about travel and hospitality, and is partial to a perfectly textured octopus. You can reach him on Instagram: @chrisdsingh.