Sydney’s Tramsheds Harold Park, has revealed its latest food providores, including Belles Hot Chicken, boutique coffee concept, Garon, and Egyptian fusion eatery, Bekya.
These operators will begin trading in the heritage-listed building from late August, 2016.
Belles Hot Chicken, co-founder and head chef, Morgan McGlone said, “We are thrilled to be amongst the excellent company of retailers and food offerings curated by Tramsheds. This will be our fifth location in Australia – our second in Sydney, so we are excited to introduce more Sydneysiders to the ultimate Belle’s experience of hot chicken and natural wine.”
Bekya’s Middle Eastern Kitchen, founded by Wally Mostafa and David Conceicao, will also begin trading this August, bringing their middle-eastern style menu to the Inner West for the first time, featuring home made flat breads and traditional Egyptian breakfasts.
In addition to the new tenancy announcements, A Tavola’s Eugenio Maiale has confirmed the name of his newest venture – Flour Eggs Water.
Maiale said, “This restaurant will bring the art of pasta making to the Inner West and provide an experience dedicated to the craft of preparing, presenting, innovating and learning about hand made pasta.”
The newest food tenants will join the likes of restaurant, bar and butchery Butcher & The Farmer, brainchild of head chef Jared Ingersoll and part of the Seagrass Hospitality group; sustainable seafood restaurant, Fish & Co; Brazilian tapas restaurant, Bodega 1904 and Gelato Messina.
Further retailers are due to be announced over the coming months.